We’ve rounded up an ever-growing selection of boutique hotel stays, luxury hideaways and romantic retreats in Cambodia. Click on a destination below to see our current pick of the best boutique hotels to book, as well as an insider guide to everything from restaurants and bars to temples and spas…

Destinations in Cambodia

  • Kep


    Playground to princes, politicians and pleasure-seekers, the palm-fringed headland formerly known as Kep-sur-Mer was Cambodia’s most glamorous beach resort for the first half of the 20th century.
  • Koh Rong Islands

    Koh Rong Islands

    In a pristine pocket of the Gulf of Thailand, off the coast of party-primed Sihanoukville, lie Cambodia's Koh Rong Islands, a handful of isles that are piquing the interest of luxury hounds around the world.
  • Siem Reap

    Siem Reap

    Thronged by adventurers and travellers since the 1900s, this once-sleepy Khmer village is now a bustling tourist hotspot.
  • Sihanoukville


    There may be a non-stop party atmosphere on Sihanoukville’s shores, but it’s what lies beyond this southern Cambodian coastal hub that is piquing the interest of luxury hounds around the world.

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Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Leave your languid lifestyle for Siem Reap, a once-sleepy Khmer village whose neighbouring ruins have made it a bustling destination for adventurous travellers for over a century. Settle in behind your own colonial era façade at the Heritage Suites Hotel, a collection of chic and intimate bungalows set amid a lush tropical garden, before heading out for a cocktail at the legendary, art deco Foreign Correspondents Club bar and dinner of nouveau Khmer cuisine at AHA. Don’t stay out too late, though, because you’ll need to be up bright and early to hop into the hotel’s vintage car for your ride over to Angkor Wat and the surrounding temple complexes. After a Khmer historian takes you around and you’ve had enough of the dust and the heat, return home to indulge in body- and mind-restoring treatments at the hotel’s superlative spa. If you can tear yourself away from the pool, explore some of the town’s local restaurants, take a cooking class and, of course, load up on Khmer art with private gallery visits.

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