December 6, 2019

Park Hyatt Siem Reap » Park View Room

Park View Room at Park Hyatt Siem Reap

The Park View Room is the lead-in guestroom category of Park Hyatt Siem Reap. It measures 35 square meters and is available in 1-King Bed or 2-Twin Beds configuration. The Park View Room is designed by the world-renowned interior designer, Bill Bensley, featuring wooden floors, Italian marbles, and contemporary Khmer accent pieces.



The Park View Room is one of the three guestroom categories of Park Hyatt Siem Reap. In terms of design and room amenities, the Park View Room and the Garden View Room are basically identical. The difference is only the view from the window. The Park Deluxe Room is the biggest among the three.

Room Category Room Size
(sqm)
Bed
Configuration
Park View Room 35 1 King or 2-Twin Beds
Garden View Room 35 1 King or 2-Twin Beds
Park Deluxe Room 54 1 King Bed
Park Suite 71 1 King Bed
Park Executive Suite 99 1 King Bed
Rooftop Garden Suite 152 1 King Bed
Two-Bedroom Pool Suite 182 1 King & 2-Twin Beds
Presidential Suite 248 1 King Bed




Park View Room at Park Hyatt Siem Reap

The Park View Room where I stayed in is located on the East wing facing the hotel's courtyard. I love the residential feel of my room, especially in the afternoon when the golden rays of the sunset warm up the room.

Park View Room at Park Hyatt Siem Reap

Welcoming my arrival in my room are a platter of fresh fruits, a bottle of red wine, a handwritten note from the hotel's General Manager, and a photo book featuring Park Hyatt properties around the world. Not shown here are the banana chips and sweet potato chips placed at the minibar.

Park View Room at Park Hyatt Siem Reap

The sofa was very spacious and could comfortably seat up to four persons. In my case, I had a quick afternoon siesta on the sofa to catch up on sleep. It was 1:00pm when I checked-in and the heat outside was too unbearable to travel around town, so the next best thing to do was to relax inside the room.

Park View Room at Park Hyatt Siem Reap

The Park View Room is equipped with a TV with local and international cable channels. It is placed right at the center of the room making it possible to watch TV from the sofa, bed or even from the bathtub. The minibar is fully stocked with soft drinks, juices, local and international beer, and liquor. A Nespresso coffee maker is also available inside the room.

Park View Room at Park Hyatt Siem Reap

The air-conditioning works perfectly to keep the in-room temperature with my preferred temperature range of 20°C to 22°C. There is also a ceiling fan that adds to the residential feel of the room. It will also allow you to set the room temperature to around 25°C and circulate the air inside the room with the ceiling fan.

Park View Room at Park Hyatt Siem Reap

My most favorite part of the room is definitely the bed. Thankfully I was already done with my Angkor Wat tour prior to checking-in at Park Hyatt Siem Reap. This meant that I didn't have to wake up very early and got to enjoy a full 8-hour sleep during my stay.

Park View Room at Park Hyatt Siem Reap

The Park View Room features a spacious bathroom clad in white Italian marbles. There is dual vanity with plenty of countertop space for your personal toiletries. Towels are also generously provided.

Park View Room at Park Hyatt Siem Reap

The bathtub is separate from the walk-in shower. Hot and cold shower is available inside the bathroom. Water pressure was consistently strong during my stay and the water temperature was very easy to regulate.

toiletries at Park Hyatt Siem Reap

Guests staying at Park Hyatt Siem Reap are provided with Cochine-branded Water Hyacinth & Lime Blossom line of body and bath amenities. The complete set includes shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, and body lotion. The smell was very refreshing to the senses, and every shower felt like stepping out of a spa.

Park View Room at Park Hyatt Siem Reap

In case you are wondering, the headboard of the bed is crowned by a metal sculpture of a banyan tree. This is inspired by the banyan tree located at the hotel's central courtyard. In Buddhism, a banyan tree is associated with meditation and enlightenment. I think the concept here is to promote calmness, peace, and tranquility to the person sleeping underneath the banyan tree sculpture. True enough, I did have a very restful sleep during my stay.




Park Hyatt Siem Reap
Sivutha Boulevard, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Contact: +855 6321 1234
Email: siemreap.park@hyatt.com
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