Siem Reap’s Amansara temporarily closes its doors in 2019
In a bid to maintain its position as one of the leading hideaways in Cambodia’s Siem Reap, the owners and management of the Amansara have officially announced that they will temporarily close their doors for a full-scale rejuvenation project from 15 June until 15 August 2019 inclusive. According to the official statement from the Amansara, reservations and sales department remain available during office hours.
Housed around elegant central lawns on the former guesthouse estate of King Norodom Sihanouk, Amansara’s 24 suites feature subtle Khmer touches such as sandstone reliefs that duplicate the ruins of nearby Angkor. Expansive glass doors open onto a private garden courtyard with sun loungers and a reflection pond. The signature Aman Spa and an award-winning restaurant greet guests as they check-into Cambodia’s cultural capital.
Forming an essential part of our Exquisite Experiences across our Asia, Asian Trails Cambodia regrets not being able to offer its local food exploration in combination with the Amansara during the aforementioned period. Alternative accommodation during these 2 months can be offered to match with the wishes of an authentic exploration of the culinary kind.
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Affected bookings during the said period will be taken up with partners on an individual basis.
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