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Siem Reap focus for Frangipani Hotels expansion

September 27, 2013 Hotel Openings No Comments Email Email

Frangipani-Villa-HotelsThe Frangipani group of Cambodian hotels has recently celebrated the opening of its third Siem Reap property, the 13-room Frangipani Green Garden hotel, expanding its offerings to the Australian and worldwide markets to eight hotels.
The Green Garden Hotel & Spa offers guests affordable luxury and a unique hotel experience in a quiet, garden setting with discrete relaxation backdrops and a swimming pool.  Featured are two roomy suites created in a fin de siècle style featuring mahogany decor and furnishings as well as deluxe single and double rooms.  All have unique styles and comfort designs with large flat-screen TV and a small desk. Room rates range from US$35 for deluxe rooms to US$50 for the larger suite and include breakfast and robust property-wide Wi-Fi.  Featured are a cocktail lounge, meeting and tour facilities and a restaurant serving affordable Khmer and western cuisine.  The Frangipani Green Garden hotel is well located to popular downtown tourist destinations Pub Street as well as markets, food stalls and temples.

Senior Sales & Marketing Manager, Mr. Saron Khan, said other Frangipani hotels in Siem Reap are the Frangipani Villa Hotels I and II, located adjacent to one another in central Wat Bo Street, close to Pub Street and the town centre.  These hotels reflect the ‘unique’ Frangipani post-modern industrial design style that creates a different feel for each room blending light, amenities and features into the one hotel experience.

The Frangipani Villa Hotel, Siem Reap feature 24/7 reception, swimming pool, free Wi-Fi and complimentary use of bicycles to explore Siem Reap at your leisure.  Room rates range from US$45to US$55 and include complimentary breakfast in the hotel’s terrace café.  The famous shady garden restaurant serves international and local cuisine including traditional Cambodian dishes such as fish amok, nom banh chok and green mango salad with smoked fish.  A wide selection of wines, cocktails, soft drinks and coffees are available.

The Frangipani group is owned and operated by a Cambodian architect and co-founders.  Co-founder and CEO, Mr Somethearith Din said the appeal of each Frangipani hotel was based on the offer of an individual unique hotel experience and a mixture of styles and locations to suit individual tastes.  “Our guests appreciate the choices we provide in location as well as the flexibility in accommodation and great rates.”

He said the Frangipani group is constantly seeking opportunities to buy or develop additional properties that can adopt its successful theme.

“Frangipani guests like the individuality of our rooms without compromising on comfort and affordable amenities,” said Mr Din. “They discover their Frangipani hotel room is comfortably different from a traditional hotel room ensuring their Cambodia holiday or business trip is relaxed, care-free and memorable.”

The central locations, high quality local cuisine and swimming facilities at most of the Frangipani hotels, appeal to independent Australian travellers as well as families and couples. They are able to take advantage of a variety of incentives including 10% discounts on hotel rack rates for guests staying at different Frangipani hotels during their Cambodia holiday.

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