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FCC Angkor: heaven stopover in Cambodia

• 15 May, 2009 • Catégorie: Cambodia, Historical, One hotel a day, Romantic

Design, the FCC Angkor is, but it lies in a lush tropical plant landscape that meets the clean lines and contemporary interior of this timeless hotel. 29 rooms and 2 suites raised in a particular landscape, the site of Angkor and its temples regarded as the eighth wonder of the world. Rich from the History, the FCC Angkor does not add any superfluous element in its decoration.

Simple and quiet lifestyle hotel, the FCC Angkor invites you to enjoy the simple pleasures of life: do a few laps in the sea water swimming-pool, enjoy the gardens while sipping a cocktail, have dinner on the terrace where the warm breeze embalmed with local spices take you to the XIIth century, in the heart of the Khmer empire. The rooms and suites offer a modern interpretation of Cambodian heritage, where luxury and comfort are a priority. Overlooking the Siem Reap River, this elegant hotel, where time seems suspended, however, lies in the city center, near the Old Market.

Your room doesn’t reflect this urban unrest once entered. Becoming the symbol and the emblem of Cambodia to adorn the national flag, the Angkor temples are to visit after a care maintained by the ancient Khmer traditions, at the Visaya Spa & Pool. Holistic well-being, historical relaxation, exotic flavours at the FCC Angkor Kitchen, a journey full of emotions, an ultimate proof of the beauty of Cambodia.

Rates: from 75€ to 150€ per night.

FFC Angkor
Pokambor Ave., near the royal residence
Siem Reap
Cambodia
T.: +855.63.760.280
F.: +855.63.760.281
angkor@fccambodia.com

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