Cambodia's Anantara Angkor Resort Reopens After Renovation

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Cambodia's all-suite Anantara Angkor Resort has reopened after undergoing extensive renovations. Renovations to the suites, restaurants and common areas, plus the addition of several amenities were made to ensure a personalized and easily navigated experience for hotel guests.

Each of the 39 suites have undergone a complete upgrade and are now accented with teak wood trimmings offering suites with private gardens, expansive balconies and large living spaces. Guests can enjoy roundtrip airport transfers, butler service, unlimited private tuk tuk transfers to and from the city, a complimentary in-room minibar, plus exclusive in-suite spa treatments for the Anantara and Sothea suites. Two all-inclusive packages are also available for wellness and exploration travelers.

The Experience Butler service butlers greet guests with a white lotus - a symbol of purity and enlightenment, before taking them to the Anantara Spa for a welcoming foot ritual. The butlers remain on-hand to personalize each moment of the guests trip, from temple tours to jungle exploration. There are more than 100 activities offered through the resort's Discovery Guidebook. 

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Dining at the Anantara Angkor has also been refined with a new concept at Chi Restaurant and Bar. The restaurants recent renovation was executed to blend space and luxury with upscale dining. Chi Restaurant and Bar offers Khmer Cuisine in an environment lit by massive brass chandeliers. 

Anantara is a luxury hospitality brand for modern travelers, connecting them to places, people, and stories through personal experiences in worldwide destinations. The portfolio currently boasts over 35 properties located in Thailand, the Maldives, Indonesia, Vietnam, China, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Mozambique, Zambia, the UAE, Qatar and Oman, with a pipeline of future properties across Asia, the Indian Ocean, Middle East and Africa.

 

 

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