Marriott International has opened its first Courtyard by Marriott in Cambodia with the debut of Courtyard by Marriott Siem Reap.
The announcement represents Marriott International’s first hotel in Cambodia, with a second hotel to follow when Courtyard Phnom Penh opens in the capital city later this year.
Courtyard by Marriott Siem Reap Resort will feature modern Khmer architectural design, an innovative lobby space and contemporary room design, enabling guests to pursue both their personal and professional passions whilst visiting the seat of the ancient Khmer kingdom.
“This opening marks the third Courtyard Resort in Asia Pacific, adding on to the growth story of Marriott International’s largest brand by distribution,” Marriott International, vice president, brand & marketing Asia Pacific, Mike Fulkerson said.
“The resort is a testament to the confidence we have in this stunning destination and our deep commitment to serving the burgeoning market of Cambodia.”
The resort’s 233 contemporary guestrooms and suites combine stylish comfort with functionality and feature modern furniture and amenities, a bathroom with a separate walk-in shower, 43-inch flat screen television, as well as private balconies with views of the pool, city or gardens.
The all-day-dining restaurant Lok Lak offers gastronomic experiences with a fusion of modern cuisine and authentic Khmer flavours.
Lok Lak also prides itself with its “market to table” menu, carefully crafted using locally sourced and organic produce and which can be tailored to any event or dietary need.
Upper Deck, a stunning rooftop bar, is surrounded by breathtaking views of Angkor Wat whilst providing a wide range of exotic cocktails and an exquisite small plate menu.
Meanwhile, QUAN Spa invites travellers into a haven of relaxation, as does the lure of a refreshing dip in the outdoor saltwater pool.
The resort also has a fully equipped fitness centre, Kids Club, recreation room and retail outlet.
“Through our décor and innovative amenities, we are able to provide our guests with tranquillity and comfort whilst visiting Siem Reap on a meaningful journey of exploration,” Courtyard by Marriott Siem Reap Resort, general manager, Ashley Lai said.
Courtyard by Marriott Siem Reap Resort is just a twenty-minute drive to Siem Reap International Airport and only fifteen minutes away from the UNESCO heritage site of Angkor Wat.
A five-minute walk is all it takes to reach a bustling cultural haven of markets, artisans, museums, lively bars, cocktail lounges, international restaurants and vibrant clubs of Pub Street.
Courtyard continues to expand into Cambodia with the Courtyard by Marriott Phnom Pehn to open in the bustling capital later this year.