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Hotel Facilities & Highlights
Pool: Swimming pool 12x5 and spa with Khmer and Oil massages available for your relaxation.
Restaurant: La Terrasse de Lotus is the restaurant located on the ground floor of the main house, with view over the water lily pond and the garden and under the shade of ivy leaves. The Waterlily Lounge is an open air wooden platform built on stilt over the pond, ideal to enjoy a cocktail in the evening for some private romantic dinners. The restaurant serves an authentic Khmer cuisine with daily set menus offer set menus using produces from the hotel own organic garden. Using home recipes, some dishes cannot be found anywhere else in the country, such as deep friend frangipani flowers. Guest can also discover some secret recipes by joining the Khmer Cooking classes
Your Host & The Team
“I am passionate about preserving traditional Cambodian architecture. I wish to share my culture and cuisine with my guests in an eco-friendly environment with a botanical garden that is filled with flowers, fruit, vegetables and plants, which are used as ingredients in our Khmer kitchen.”
Nagaraja Aquatic Club The goal of this project is to help people who are living along the Mekong River learn how to swim not only for survival reasons, but also potentially as a paid professional sport. With their support, alongside VLK Travel, Hola Travel and another private donor, so far, they have built one club with a swimming pool and have professional swimming instructors that go out to teach the local children how to swim.
“Just outside the town of Battambang, set in a quiet village, surrounded by nature and ponds, the 10 rooms are built on traditional Khmer houses”