FCC Angkor Boutique Hotel

The FCC Angkor Boutique Hotel has an elegant mix of sparkling white architecture with clean, straight lines and louvre doors, the absolute opposite of the temples’ magnificent organic stonework. There’s a definite sense of unity and purpose at the FCC – everything has been meticulously planned and thought out which has created a very relaxed living space where everything is just so.


Renovated from the old French Governor's mansion, art deco embraces chic hotel, creating an atmosphere of refined luxury and casual elegance. Defined by its lush green gardens and the salt-water swimming pool, the FCC Angkor embodies Cambodia's tranquil pace of life: a casual swim, drinks in the garden, dinner on the terrace.



Arranged around the pool are 29 rooms and 2 suites, each given their own name after Cambodian herbs and spices, (Tamarind, Sesame etc), rather than a number. The rooms are all brand new, as the accommodation section of the FCC Angkor opened in December 2004.


The rooms themselves share the same simple elegance as the original front building – they all have floor to ceiling windows that look out over the swimming pool, with a curtain for privacy too, complementing white walls, solid hardwood floors, high ceilings, large comfortable beds and, of course, as befits the FCC, a sturdy writing desk. Air conditioning, IDD phone, minibar, coffee and tea making facilities are all present too.


The bathroom is a delight, with a solid marble bath with a invigoratingly powerful shower, as well as plenty of dressing room and storage space for clothes behind dark wood cupboard doors. There’s also a safe. The quality of the furnishings and the neutral colors used throughout the bedroom and bathroom make for an extremely relaxing environment.





The FCC Angkor is located at the heart of Siem Reap Town, overlooking the Siem Reap River and just minutes away from Cambodia's most alluring attraction, Angkor Wat. The night market and entertainment street are also just 10 minutes’ walk from the hotel.





The FCC’s restaurant takes up the entire first floor, with guests able to either sit beneath the fans within the dining room or on deeply comfortable armchairs outside on the balconies. The louvered doors that form the walls of the restaurant are usually open, creating a wonderfully airy space for dining.





Spa treatments are available either within your room or at the Visaya Spa, which is also located at the poolside – perfect for unwinding sore muscles after a day of temple exploring.

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