Bou Savy Guesthouse, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Being a highly recommended guesthouse in Siem Reap, we decided to stay at Bou Savy Guesthouse. It is a 10-minute drive from the the Siem Reap International Airport.

Bou Savy Guesthouse is located at a quiet neighborhood just a mere walking distance from the main highway.

We were welcomed by the manager (or is he the manager?) and were ushered at the receiving area.

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We sipped on our cold Guyabano shake while our rooms were being prepared.

When our rooms were ready, the staff brought our bags and took them all the way to the 3rd floor where our rooms are located.

lounge on the 3rd floor

hallway leading to our rooms (ours were the ones with the blue and red mats)

After our not-so-good experience at the guesthouse we've stayed at in Kuala Lumpur, we breathed a sigh of relief upon seeing our comfortable rooms.

We got 2-triple rooms. Each has 3 single beds, a mini dresser, aircon, fan, a CRT tv with 60+ cable channels, and a mini ref.  They also provided us with towels and complimentary bottled water. The guesthouse has free WIFI but the coverage is only up to the lobby area downstairs.

The bathroom is spacious enough and complete with basic toiletries and hot shower.

Our stay included a free breakfast and a free dinner. However, since we're watching the Apsara Show that night which already includes a buffet dinner, we requested to have a free lunch instead.

Bou Savy also offers tours and travel arrangements. They were the ones who bought our bus tickets to Phnom Penh without any additional charge.

Cost of our 1 night stay last February 2012: $7 each (based on $21 triple room rate)

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  1. hi.. im going to vietnam and cambodia..would you mind sharing your IT?

    my email is :

  2. balik na tayo dyan pakner nakakamiss!

    1. ang sarap magsiesta eh. aircon+ceilingfan+freshair.

  3. hi there =)

    just one q.. did you give tip your tuk tuk drivers? per day or just after everything?

    thanks much..

    1. We gave tips to the tour guides after the tour. As for the tuk tuk drivers, since they were staff of the hotel, we only gave them tips once. Not every time we go out.

      But we invited them for beer during our last night.


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