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Paradise Eco Resort Reviews

1 Tuk Vil, Baray, Siem Reap, Cambodia

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25 Total Reviews
  • 70%Value For Money
  • 83%Security
  • 65%Location
  • 78%Staff
  • 83%Atmosphere
  • 78%Cleanliness
  • 73%Facilities

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Excellent hotel. Super staff, mark was fabulous. The food was brilliant and we loved the pool. Would highly recommend this hotel 😀


We expected the place to be outside of town,but not THAT FAR!it took us at least 40 min to bike to the city, and since we rented bikes (not from The hostel,the free bikes are rundown and awful, and besides those - they only have another two that they rent out.) to bike around Angkor Wat, the place is TOO far from everything. The food isn't great here and overpriced, and there's nothing else around. Although a nature friendly and quiet place. I'd not stay here again, manly because of the distance


I loved the people here, the pets, the swimming pool, and they are super knowledgable and helpful when booking tours. Unfortunately satin sheets and the Heat are not comfortable, the bathrooms are a little worn, and the mosquitoes are evil. Having said that I would deffinatly come back for the food, company and booze ;)


Great cheap place to stay, only a short cheap tuk tuk ride away from all main attractions in Siem Reap!!


Our room was supposed to be the second best category but compared to other hostels it was more a standard room. Nevertheless it was one of the more expensive ones we slept in. The pool and pool area is quite nice but does not make up for the location. It is not as close to the airport as it looks and is also quite far to Siem Reap City (about 45 min by bike) so you always have to take a tuk tuk. That is why we stayed there only for one night. Could not make out what is eco about this one...


Were greeted by the owner who knew who were were and who was super chilled and informative. Location was ideal for those wanting an escape, not a party place. It's close to the airport, temples and lake Baray (ace btw) and is surrounded by countryside and you have free bikes! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED - fun and free. You hear the planes till 9pm but that was quite fun tbh. Tuk Tuk to city is arranged & $3. Food is a bit pricey but tons of local Khmer restaurants with beer nearby. A*

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