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Heritage Hotel, Wat Polanka OR Thnou Street, Old Market area.
Bodia Spa has two locations in Siem Reap, both have an excellent reputation due to the wide range of treatments available and professional service. Hot stone massages or acupuncture treatments are available amongst others, and you can even sip champagne in the jacuzzi after your treatment is complete. We particularly like the Heritage Suites branch.
FCC Angkor, Pokambor Avenue.
Visaya, at FCC, has some excellent value massage, treatment and pampering packages, in a lovely relaxing environment. Some of the longer packages, in particular, are fantastic value, with the "Touch of Harmony" 2½ hour package a real bargain at US $110.
Junction Oum Khum and 14th Street. - Reopening January 2011
Shinta Mani Hotel has a spa which contains intimate treatment rooms predominantly catering to singles or couples. Traditional Thai massage or Shiatsu massage, following the fine details of Japanese and Thai traditions, are their speciality. Other treatments, from flower baths to facials, are also available.
Hup Guan Street, behind ANZ, between central market and Angkor Riviera
Frangipani is a little hard to find, but is worth it, offering a range of massages, scrubs and treaments. Our feedback is that women seem to prefer the range of treatments to men, although everyone comments on the fantastic welcome foot rub.
Sivatha Boulevard, opposite Barrios Restaurant, just up from Hotel de la Paix
If you are looking for a pleasant massage, in a clean, safe environment, but without the luxury and frills of the top spas, then this is our recommendation. It's a little further from town than the backpacker places, so doesn't feel like a conveyor belt - an "everyday" massage for ex-pats in Siem Reap.
Contact us to add a simple treatment or spa package to your tour - discounted rates available to ABOUTAsia clients
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