Sneak Peek: Park Hyatt Siem Reap, Cambodia

  • Guestroom bed
  • Photo © 2013 John W. McDermott
    Guestroom Photo © 2013 John W. McDermott
  • Guestroom bathroom
  • Guestroom bathroom
  • Photo © 2013 John W. McDermott

Following a 14-month renovation,Cambodia’sHotel de la Paix reopenedthis month as the Park Hyatt Siem Reap—Hyatt’s first hotel in Cambodia. It has 108 rooms (from $280 a night), which feature dome-shaped ceilings modeled after those of the nearby UNESCO World Heritage Site Angkor Wat. A restaurant, lounge, gym, and patisserie are also onsite, as are a six-treatment-room spa with a steam room and rooftop space and two swimming pools surrounded by lush greenery that mimics the natural landscape. The town’s largest old market and an eclectic dining-and-shopping district are close by. (+855.6321.1234, www.siemreap.park.hyatt.com)

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