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Royal Suites, Indoor Bathtub

“We wanted our rooms to tell stories, so each room is decorated according to a different time in history. We wanted our guests not just to come and learn about the temples but to learn about all Cambodian history or events from our hotel.”~ Mane KEY.

 

The 1901 is the year the French School of the Far East (EFEO) started the immense task of clearing the temples of Angkor and created the first wave of conservation efforts.

A few months later, tourists arrived for the first time in Angkor, signalling the birth of tourism in Cambodia and the inevitable fascination of the west to the legendary lost empires of the east.

This “Royal Suite” has a king sized bed with a separate lounge with divan seating opening to its own private garden leading towards the Spice Garden. A terrazzo bathtub is the main focal point of the bath area with a separate shower, his and hers wash basins and an antique vanity table.

Some of the artworks in the suite are by Puerto Rican photographer Jorge Rodriguez who shot and hand developed these black and white photos using vintage tin type techniques.

 

The 1916 marks the year Henri Marchal was assigned to manage Conservation d’Angkor, where he began the intensive study of the temple and its history – eventually becoming the first “curator of Angkor”.

This “Royal Suite” comes with a king sized four poster bed reminiscent of the colonial beds of the era. A large wooden divan with soft silk cushions is also a feature of the suite as well as a private balcony. An antique vanity table with mirror is flanked on the side by bamboo books with transcripts of Khmer holy texts, reminiscent of what Henri Marchal used to further his scholarly research of the temples.

 

The large sandstone-tile bathroom is adorned with a large terrazzo bath tub with a separate shower and his and hers wash basins.
The 1920 saw the opening of the National Museum in Phnom Penh, the biggest repository of Cambodia’s ancient heritage. The museum, with sweeping roofs inspired by Buddhist pagodas was designed by George Groslier who at that time was spearheading the efforts to collate and preserve the revival of Cambodian history through its artifacts.

This “Royal Suite” is a spacious affair with a king sized four poster bed and furnishings culled from that era. A wooden divan welcomes the living area while a large bathroom has a terrazzo bath tub, separate shower and his and hers wash basins.

The colors of the suite reflect the exterior colors of the National Museum itself while key pieces are presented in the spirit of the museum.

 

The 1941 marks the year that an 18 year old prince was crowned as the new king of Cambodia – HRH King Norodom Sihanouk, whose rule and fate is entwined with the dramatic history of the kingdom as it sees itself thrust into independence, a golden age, the dangers of the cold war, the Khmer Rouge, a civil war and eventually its return to peace.

This “Royal Suite” comes with a Cambodian hardwood bed reminiscent of the royal beds of the era. A large private balcony is a key feature of the suite as well as large portraits of the king father.

The large bathroom is adorned with a large terrazzo bath tub with a separate shower and his and hers wash basins.

 

The 1949 signals the last days of the Kampuchea Krom area of what once was Southern Cambodia, when the Mekong Delta was awarded to Vietnam by France, nipping away Cambodia’s fragment of historic territory and heritage.

This “Royal Suite” comes with a king sized four poster bed and Chinoise furnishings reminiscent of the era. A private balcony leads to the Spice Garden and within easy access to the pool.

The large sandstone-tile bathroom is adorned with a large terrazzo bath tub with a separate shower and his and hers wash basins.

 

The 1956 is an era of globalization for the independent kingdom as this year realizes the establishment of Royal Air Cambodge in partnership with Air France, becoming the kingdom’s first airline and signalling Cambodia’s entry into the golden age of jet travel.

This “Royal Suite” has a king sized bed with a separate lounge with divan seating overlooking the Spice Garden. A terrazzo bathtub is the main focal point of the bath area with a separate shower, his and hers wash basins and a low vanity table.

Colorful memorabilia from the days of the airline adorn the suite.

 

The 1966 is a tribute to the power of media as Cambodia launched its first ever tv station XUTV this year, heralding the birth of Cambodia’s pop tv culture.

This “Royal Suite” is a spacious affair with a king sized four poster bed and furnishings inspired by the era. A wooden divan welcomes the living area while a large bathroom has a terrazzo bath tub, separate shower and his and hers wash basins.

 

The 2004 is the year the King Father abdicated his throne and his son King Norodom Sihamoni was crowned, creating a new era in the pivotal role of the royal family. This “Royal Suite” comes with a Cambodian king sized bed reminiscent of the royal beds of the era. A direct access to the Tea Garden is a key feature of the suite as well as portraits of the king during his coronation.

The large bathroom is adorned with a large terrazzo bath tub with a separate shower and his and hers wash basins. A his and hers built-in closet is also a treat for this suite.

 

EVERY STAY COMES WITH

  • Daily breakfast at Celadon
  • Private roundtrip airport transfers by car
  • Streaming apps (such as Netflix) is available in the room
  • Daily drop-off to downtown by tuk-tuk
  • Daily Cambodian afternoon tea from 16:00-17:00
  • 1-time 30-minute foot massage
  • Welcome drink & daily seasonal fruit
  • Access to gym, book bar & game area
  • Wireless internet access

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