A gorgeous statement architecture that elegantly defines modernity within heritage precincts, striking Park Hyatt is an art deco jewel set in the heart of Siem Reap.
The culinary standards here are outstanding, whether it is the melange of local desserts and western confections for tea or the full-on Khmer culinary experience that accompanies the Cambodian ballet for dinner, these are essentially food from the heart executed by an inspired chef and his dedicated team. The Spa offers traditional and combination massages within small but comfortable rooms.
Like most of the city's luxury establishments, service here still can benefit from more focus on refined approaches, like anticipating guest's requirements and generally offering them before they are being requested.
This Bill Bensley wrought monolith still radiates with his forward style that puts it at the edge of Siem Reap's ethnic-resort precincts. The light bathed octagonal atrium is an inspired feature as are the black and white compositions integrated with colours and forms via shelves, books and zigzag carpets. So sublimally rendered, it makes the subsequent works of Bensley in this city reductive and garish by comparison.