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All reviews boutique hotel fresh coconut coconut drink owner david angkor wat tuk tuk hotel owner royal suite complimentary bottle of wine complimentary lunch small property free mini bar free rides fruit platter rooms are spacious hotel is beautiful hotel experiences
David and his staff helped to make our stay with our 9-month old baby and a ten-year old son an amazing experience. They were attentive to every detail, always with a smile on their faces, anticipating everything. The facilities were great, the food was delicious,...More
The Shintana Saya Residence is a wonderful small hotel in Siam Rep. It is beautifully decorated in a very stylish way. Every staff member was very well trained and utmost friendly. I enjoyed my stay very much!
Wife and I had a very relaxing three 3 night stay. It all started with a seamless airport transfer and wonderful reception with refreshments on arrival. Our room was spacious with great decor. Breakfast was cooked to order each morning and tasted great. Reception were...More
I stayed at this hotel for four nights in October. I got royal treatment from the owner David and all the staff. I arrived in Cambodia via land border crossing, and as soon as I crossed the border from Thailand, David called my driver to...More
I can’t say enough about the Shintana Saya Residence, everything is first class and we really enjoyed our stay. The owner David and all the staff were very attentive and courteous. The rooms were quiet and very clean and we loved the beautiful art work....More
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Yes it is safe to eat, kitchen is to Western Standards, (i got a peek at it!), As a side note, I generally do not eat raw vegetables unless I am at a major hotel as just washing the vegetables does not necessarily clear... More
Yes it is safe to eat, kitchen is to Western Standards, (i got a peek at it!), As a side note, I generally do not eat raw vegetables unless I am at a major hotel as just washing the vegetables does not necessarily clear bacteria off the food..
Fruit with skins, and cooked food is fine...but most raw vegetables are not sanitized/ washed with sanitizing additive, and it is common in SE Asia for farm animals fecal material to be present in the fields...
There are reams of common sense information about eating fresh food in developing countries..
Most Westerners are unaware that almost all food that we eat has been dunked in a bath of water that contains bleach (chlorine) or iodine based sanitizers..