Cheerful – Comfortable – Caring
Soria Moria is a small cheerful hotel in the center of Siem Reap, with 38 comfortable, bright and spacious rooms. Being a small intimate hotel, we are able to provide every guest personalised service. We are centrally located on popular Wat Bo Road, within short walking distance to the old market and the hustle and bustle of town. It’s a 15 minutes drive to Angkor Wat and to Siem Reap International Airport. Our Fusion Kitchen serves local and international food, and our popular rooftop bar with great views over Siem Reap serves refreshing cocktails and tropical fruit shakes. There is also an open-sky Jacuzzi and a sundeck available. We will meet and greet you with a warm Khmer smile and do our best to ensure your stay is a comfortable one, with the very best of Khmer hospitality.

Our Vision:
  • To become the first choice of accommodation for independent travelers and small groups visiting Cambodia, by offering travelers a unique experience of true hospitality through combining the best of local history, culture and environment with international standards of service and facilities.
  • To become the first choice of workplace for Cambodian locals, by focusing on quality and development of the staff through best business practice, following labor laws, in addition to offering on-site hospitality training, education on a higher level and share ownership.
  • To positively impact the local community, and facilitate long term economic development of the impoverished area of Siem Reap.

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Soria Moria Boutique Hotel receives Conde Nast Traveler 2013 World Savers Award

 AUGUST 13, 2013 (New York, NY)—Today Condé Nast Traveler, the most trusted name in travel, named Soria Moria a 2013 World Savers Award winner.

The award is bestowed upon travel companies with exceptional achievement in social and environmental responsibility…. [read more]


The Responsible Tourism Awards celebrates change and innovation in the tourism industry by recognising tourism ventures, individuals and destinations  with inspiring approaches to responsible tourism,  and is the biggest award of its kind. The 2012 award presentation took place at The World Travel Market in London in conjunction with World Responsible Tourism Day on 7th November.  We at Soria Moria feel enormously proud and honoured to have received our third international accolade this year, and be awarded as Best Accommodation for Local Communities.[read more]

This annual award aims to recognize accommodation operators in Asia who are making a positive difference in the destination they operate by adopting sustainable management practices.  Judged by a team of industry professionals and experts, the judging process is based upon the Global Sustainable Tourism Council’s Criteria.The winners of  Wild Asias 2012 Awards  were announced at ITB Asia, at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on 19 October 2012.  We at Soria Moria Boutique Hotel were  thrilled to be awarded as Best in Community Engagement and Development…. [read more]

World Travel & Tourism Councils Tourism for Tomorrow Awards are one of the highest accolades in the global Travel & Tourism industry and recognise sustainable tourism achievements among businesses and destinations across the full spectrum of the industry. This year’s winners  was announced on 17 April 2012 at the Global Summit in Tokyo, and we at Soria Moria were honoured to be named a runner up in the Community Benefit category… [read more]

Travel + Leisure
"The 38 airy rooms aren’t the only draw at Siem Reap boutique hotel Soria Moria. There’s also a sleek rooftop bar and open-air Jacuzzi —plus, the hotel is 51 percent owned by the friendly local employees"  Travel + Leisure, 2011  
The Independent
"There's a pleasant, breezy rooftop bar, a great restaurant, and the location is perfect for wandering the riverside eateries and bars in central Siem Reap..." The Independent, 2009


"Excellent, well run small hotel that has a rooftop-bar and a decent restaurant. Rooms - all en-suite, with contemporary Asian flourishes, a/c and colour TVs - are quiet; the upper ones have nice airy views over town. Highly recommended" Footprint, 2010
Lonely Planet

Lonely Planet

OUR PICK: "A hotel with a heart, promoting local causes to help the local community, this boutique place has attractive rooms with smart bathroom fittings. Fusion restaurant downstairs and sky hot tub upstairs" Lonely Planet, 2010

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