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A Regal Experience awaits in the heart of Siem Reap as Park Hyatt Siem Reap reopens its doors

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A Regal Experience awaits in the heart of Siem Reap as Park Hyatt Siem Reap reopens its doors

Siem Reap’s most centrally located luxury hotel to welcome back guests on 1 July, 2022 with refreshed suite offering.

The award-winning Park Hyatt Siem Reap will reopen on 1 July to provide guests with a sophisticated home away from home near the temples and sights of ancient Angkor Wat.

Known for its curated luxury experiences, the hotel is poised to welcome discerning local residents and international travellers under the leadership of seasoned hotelier Rina Mariani, who was recently appointed as general manager.

“The definition of travel has gone through a transformation, with a greater emphasis on authentic, bespoke experiences that provide travellers with a sense of place.

"And as Park Hyatt Siem Reap gets ready to open its doors once again, we will introduce a refined luxurious hospitality to this historic destination.

“This new chapter marks an exciting beginning for us as we return with an array of rich cultural experiences and fresh gastronomic delights, delivered with personalised service in a setting that is steeped in Cambodia’s stunning culture,” said Mariani.

A Regal Experience

When the hotel reopens in July, in addition to its selection of spacious king and twin rooms, guests can also choose from14 refreshed suites that offer a range of generous living space, pristine Italian marble bathrooms and elegant décor with Khmer-inspired artworks.

The hotel’s suites offer a myriad of luxurious options for travellers, including a Rooftop Garden Suite with views across the city, and a two-bedroom Presidential Suite with a substantial 250sqm (2,669 sq ft) of immaculate living space and two lush courtyards for a truly private experience.

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As part of "The Regal Experience at The Park" reopening offer, travellers will have the opportunity to experience meticulously designed and spacious suites with views across the city and a host of exceptional privileges.

These include round-trip airport transfers, breakfast for two, two daily complimentary cocktails and minibar once during the stay, and 20 per cent discount at the hotel’s restaurants and spa.

Discover Siem Reap

The Park Hyatt Siem Reap offers a lush oasis in the heart of Siem Reap, which has seen significant investments in its infrastructure over the past two years.

Brand new roads lined with flowers and new sidewalks, as well as more than three thousand new trees having been planted, have greatly increased the city’s prestige, and positions it as a pedestrian-friendly destination.

The hotel is perfectly located just a short 15-minute drive from the UNESCO Heritage Site of Angkor Wat.

In addition to exploring the ancient temple ruins, guests can readily discover modern Khmer culture in the nearby Pub Street and the bustling night bazaars.

The hotel’s concierge will also be able to organise personalised experiences – from exquisite epicurean ventures such as sugar palm tours and Cambodian cooking classes, to cultural immersion with Apsara dance shows and sunrise temple tours.

The hotel features a fully equipped fitness centre and two swimming pools surrounded by tropical botanicals and exotic poolside alcoves for restful relaxation. The spa provides a tranquil sanctuary with traditional Khmer pampering rituals to revitalise mind, body and soul.

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The Park Hyatt Siem Reap will unveil gastronomic experiences across three dining venues – The Dining Room, The Living Room and The Glasshouse.

In the meantime, guests and locals alike can enjoy exceptional culinary experiences with a refreshing mix of traditional Khmer dishes and international cuisine created by Cambodian executive chef Pisith Theam.

Park Hyatt Siem Reap will offer an exclusive "Welcome Back" package, which includes 15 per cent off the best available rate, breakfast for two people and special hotel discounts. This offer is available to book now until October 31, 2022. For reservations or enquiries call +855 63 211 234 or email siemreap.park@hyatt.com.

World of Hyatt Asia Pacific Mid-Year offer

World of Hyatt members can earn 1,000 Bonus Points for every two qualifying nights at many participating hotels in Asia Pacific. Register by July 31 to earn up to 15,000 Bonus Points for qualifying stays completed between May 16 and September 2, 2022.

Join World of Hyatt and enjoy extra rewards when you register for our Asia Pacific Mid-Year members-only offer. For more information, please visit hyatt.com/asia-pacific-mid-year-bonus.

Guided by its purpose of care, Hyatt’s multi-layered Global Care & Cleanliness Commitment further enhances its operational guidance and resources around colleague and guest safety, and peace of mind. More information on Hyatt’s commitment can be found here: hyatt.com/care-and-cleanliness.


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