Rooftop spa and Jacuzzi, free WiFi throughout, gardens. In rooms: cable TV, minibar.
All follow the same contemporary blueprint, with sensual rain showers, but ground-floor Room number 1 lives up to its name with a delightful private garden area. Upstairs, Room 7 takes top billing thanks to the best pool view in the pad.
Given its celebrated status as a small, intimate hotel, the pool is suitably small and intimate. Overshadowed by deliciously verdant vegetation, it is great for a cool plunge on a hot day.
Bring your glad rags, as this stylish sanctuary should put you in the mood for a night out (or two). Owners Viroth and Fabien can point you towards some happening spots.
Smoking is allowed in designated areas only.
Welcome, although there are currently no baby cots available. Extra beds for older children cost US$20 a night.
Viroth’s is something of a grown-ups paradise, but that doesn’t mean smaller Smiths aren’t welcome. Extra beds can be added to rooms for older children for US$20 a night, but the hotel doesn’t supply baby cots.
Slightly older kids who'll appreciate Siem Reap's heritage.
An extra bed can be added to any of them.
Mini history buffs will have a lot of fun exploring the temples and Old Town. Further afield, there's plenty of adventure to be had: horse riding, visits to crocodile and snake farms, elephant trekking, quad biking and tours on Tonle Sap Lake.
It's quite small and mainly suitable for plunging. Plus, it's a quiet spot where adults chill after tromping around temples, so a lot of noise and splashing is not always appreciated.
No need to pack
You'll have to bring everything with you, including a baby cot, if you need one.
Extra beds can be added to rooms for US$20 a night.
Built and designed from energy-efficient local materials, Viroth's makes smart use of green products, including water-hyacinth carpets, solar power and electric bikes.