Tips for Renting a Luxurious Property in Siem Reap
A blog post around the tips and tricks for searching for luxury properties in Siem Reap.
Start by defining your needs and wants.
Some of the best opportunities to find luxurious properties in Siem Reap are places like Siem Reap, the vicinity of Angkor Wat, and Angkor Thom.
While luxury properties can be found in these destinations, their appeal is not just about their looks but also about the comfort they offer. In this post, I’ll provide you with some tips on how to rent a luxurious property in Siem Reap without losing too much money.
And what if I was looking for a luxury hotel for rent? Make sure that the hotel is located in a remote location.
Sometimes the most convenient residences of said hotels are in more remote locations than the location of potential purchases. The reason for this is obvious. A hotel might be good for Monday to Friday engagements, but it is not likely that you will be coming back repeatedly from three days to three weeks in a row to keep a place.
But if your choice is among several hotels in Siem Reap or Angkor, try reading the reviews rather than getting your hopes up.
A great example is the Tanai Hotel by the Angkor Conservation Zone. I’ve been there, and it seems a lovely place. But I cannot speak on what level of comfort I have achieved from my stay there, because I haven’t stayed there in a long time.
Let me leave you with another example to keep them in the same general area you’re visiting once again.
“Talk to the rental agent or manager to make sure there won’t be any unexpected delays with the process, like a claim against you if there is something wrong with the place (for example, excessive damage to the furniture and bedding) after you have left. Once you get your booking confirmation, talk to both sides of the communication tree by phone and ask questions regarding security, added amenities, and any additional charges that might come.”
Do your research on different areas in Siem Reap.
Siem Reap is one of Cambodia’s most popular and historical cities, which has a rich history starting from ancient times.
With a long history dating back to the 3rd century B.C., Siem Reap is also known as “the city of kings” due to its location at the Khmer Empire’s capital, Angkor.
However, many young people have come to visit this beautiful city just for fun and relaxation in recent years. As a result, many luxurious hotels are being opened all over Siem Reap, including Siem Reap City Hotel.
I have found that most people often overlook the fact that Siem Reap has many tourists coming here for leisure or business purposes.
They tend to only focus on the city itself and not stay at these luxurious hotels in Siem Reap before they leave Cambodia (of course it depends on where you are visiting). I’ve posted some tips here and pictures of some of my favorite luxury properties in Siem Reap and their prices.
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Consider the cost of renting a luxury property.
Many people are convinced that renting luxury property in Siem Reap is one of the best investments available for travelers. However, it is not as simple as it sounds. The rental prices vary from property to property, and the property’s location may also be important.
Why would you want to rent a luxury property in Siem Reap?
Aside from the obvious benefits such as being able to experience local culture, enjoy the beautiful scenery and relax with a delicious meal under gorgeous tropical skies, some other considerations should be taken into account when choosing a rental property for your stay.
Narrow down your search to the properties that fit your budget.
As a general rule, Siem Reap is a beautiful city in Cambodia. It’s a small city in the middle of the countryside and is home to some of the best architecture in Cambodia.
With its old French colonial architecture and white sandy beaches, Siem Reap doesn’t need much attention from tourists or business travelers.
But it does deserve to be noticed for its rich culture, beautiful views, and famous temples. There are tons to explore in Siem Reap, and you can always find an interesting place to stay with your budget.
Let’s take a look at some of the most popular properties in Siem Reap that you might want to consider renting:
Tour the properties and ask questions about the amenities.
Tours are a great way to experience Siem Reap’s culture, learn about the city and get a feel for what it’s like to live in Siem Reap.
Though we believe in going above and beyond, we also believe that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to experience the local culture. Therefore, we will not be offering any tours in Siem Reap on a guided or organized basis.
To offer a full range of experiences, it is important to see the entire city and ask questions about the amenities offered by each property.
Make sure you understand the lease agreement before signing anything.
When you sign a lease for your house, apartment or office, you need to understand the terms. A well-written lease is an invaluable tool to help you manage and budget when renting.
Just as importantly, they are an important document to protect your assets and personal belongings when things go wrong.
When it comes to renting, the standard leases have everything to do with the landlord’s ability to collect rent from the tenant.
For example, most leases have a clause that says the landlord has a right to substitute another person in their place of business during a tenancy if they cannot collect rent from the tenant.
This clause is called sublease or subletting, and it is intended to prevent landlords from abusing their rental power by subletting rooms without permission.
But there are many other clauses in most leases that also cover matters such as how long a tenant can remain in their home, how much security deposit must be paid before moving out, and penalties for late payments.
You must understand these terms to avoid legal trouble down the road if things don’t go according to plan (for example, if your lease term runs out after months of late payments or no-shows).
Which properties are perfect for a first-timer in Siem Reap?
A long time ago, I used to think of Siem Reap as a huge tourist attraction, with the Mekong Bridge in Phnom Penh and Angkor Wat in Siem Reap as the highlights. Nowadays, I see it as a kind of “hidden paradise”.
One of my main motivations for writing this blog post is to help first-time travelers decide what kind of property will be best for them. It is not only about the location — which one you pick depends on your budget, how much time you have available, and what kind of experience you are looking to get out of it (see below) — but also about the type of accommodation that suits your needs.
If you’re looking for an apartment with a view overlooking Angkor Wat or the Mekong River in Phnom Penh, then don’t look at luxury properties on the River Road: they are usually far too expensive and not close enough to where you will be staying anyway (Angkor is just 7km away).
But if you need somewhere more affordable but with a good view over the river or city skyline in Siem Reap City or Kandal Provence district, there are some great apartments or new Large Condos for rent on the river road that offers a good mix of comfort and value for money.
Which properties are considered a luxury in Siem Reap?
Luxury properties that is.
In Siem Reap, a few properties are worth mentioning in this regard:
1. Royal Thamel Hotel
2. Hotel Na Nam Phuoc
3. Hotel Nang Pha En
4. Nam Pha Suan Samloi
5. Hotel Pra Ratanakosin
Budget: what to expect from your budget?
Siem Reap is home to ancient monuments, beautiful temples, and a plethora of ancient ruins. It is visited by tourists from all over the world and its prices go up every year.
It has been said that the cost of renting this place for one month can be astronomical. That’s why we have written a blog post about what to expect from your budget when it comes to Siem Reap.
Enjoy your new luxurious property in Siem Reap!
We have a beautiful city with the best of our natural beauty, the ‘temples’ of Angkor, royal caravanserais, exquisite temples, and a charming Old Quarter. It is also an ideal location for exploring the temples of Angkor Thom, along with its UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is considered one of the most important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia.