When it comes to welcoming LGBTQ travellers Siem Reap is the best choice regarding traveling in South East Asia and along with Gay Friendly Hotels Siem Reap is the perfect destination. Cambodia is one of the most gay friendly countries in Asia. Plenty of LGBTQ travellers visit hotels in Siem Reap on a daily basis without any issues.
Siem Riep has been voted one of the most friendliest gay city in the South East Asia and there are plenty of gay friendly hotel Phnom Penh.
Siem Reap, a resort town in northwestern Cambodia, is the gateway to the ruins of Angkor, the seat of the Khmer kingdom from the 9th–15th centuries. Angkor’s vast complex of intricate stone buildings includes preserved Angkor Wat, the main temple, which is pictured on Cambodia’s flag. Giant, mysterious faces are carved into the Bayon Temple at Angkor Thom.
Day Trips from Siem Reap
- Cambodian Village Cooking Class
- Cambodian Pottery Class in Siem Reap
- Khmer Cooking Class at a Local’s Home
- Phare: The Cambodian Circus Show in Siem Reap
- Full-Day Phnom Kulen Waterfall National Park Tour from Siem Reap
1. MEN’s Resort & Spa Siem Reap – Gay Hotel Siem Riep
Exclusively for gay men over 18 years old, MEN’s Resort & Spa enjoys a central location in Siem Reap. Just 5 minutes’ drive from Pub Street, it offers free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool and professional massage treatments.
Air-conditioned rooms feature bold colours and modern Asian decor. Each has a flat-screen cable TV, minibar and personal safe. En suite bathrooms are equipped with a rainshower, bathrobes and towels.
MEN’s Resort & Spa (Gay Hotel) is a 15-minute drive from famous Angkor Wat and a 20-minute drive from Siem Reap Airport. An airport transfer is available at an extra charge.
Guests can relax at the large spa bath or sauna. Day trips and bicycle rentals can be arranged at the tour desk.
The location was perfect: not right in the middle of the old town (so very quiet), but only a 5 minute ride in a tuk-tuk ($2 each way) to the colonial area, markets and nightlife, and only 15 minutes from Angkor Wat.
Located in the heart of Siem Reap, Men’s is a resort fully dedicated to men. The complex includes boutique hotel, fitness center, a large pool, and sauna/spa. Men’s is also open to local people for the stylish and modern designed sauna/spa. “”For men only” first hotel in Cambodia – exclusively for gay customers.
Fantastic little gem in the middle of Siem Reap. Our trip started by being picked up at the airport in a nice SUV for only $10 – which we arranged in advance with the hotel. Very helpful reception staff who all spoke English. The grounds were gorgeous, well equipped and comfortable rooms, beautiful pool, great little bar, terrific food, skilled massage therapists, a sauna with lots of locals, only a $2-3 five minute tuk tuk ride to Pub Street – no complaints. If I’m being super picky, maybe they could add outdoor air conditioning around the pool – just kidding! I will say that you will ride through a very “authentic looking” neighbourhood in Siem Reap before you reach the hotel.
The facilities included a lovely pool, sun lounges and deck chairs to relax and enjoy your day whilst sipping on a drink from the poolside bar. Prices more expensive then in town but you would expect that, not unreasonable.
Limited choice for breakfast each morning but tasty and sufficient 3 course
meal with bottomless coffee cup.
The resort also included a spa, sauna and jacuzzi that commenced operation each day around 5pm till approx 10.
I also had a massage here. Again more expensive than in town at $18 but was pure quality, clean facilities and left very relaxed and content.
Overall the staff are very friendly, some with limited english but her ally nice guys.
The rooms are in a really cool industrial style with loads of polished concrete, smart lighting and great styling throughout. I couldn’t fault the cleanliness of the rooms and the linen was also of a very high standard. The housekeeping staff maintained this high level throughout my stay.
As for the hotel facilities the pool was truly amazing, and there were several choices of where you can relax, depending on how much sun you want. There were also several other lounge areas where you could go chill with your book (or cocktail) and relax. The sauna area was also clean, well-maintained and certainly served it’s purpose.
The hotel is immaculately clean, very nicely designed, nice pool and the layout is nice. I feel there was great customer service all around. But probably the most surprising part of this hotel stay was the AMAZING food! The food was really well priced and better than what I found in the town center–to whoever cooked my food a big.
As you arrive at the resort, you are greeted and welcomed by the attention of the front desk and one of the owners, and treated to visual pleasures of the unique décor in the reception area. As you move to the inner open-air courtyard, the blue sky above, the access stairs to the rooms on the two upper levels, the pool, the sunlit gym, the bar and terrace restaurant amid fantastic tropical gardens are revealed.
The impeccably-kept rooms are very large, high ceiling, with a good view of the surroundings but sheltered from the sun, with a terrace and or a balcony with sliding glass doors: the large bathroom has a tropical yet private feel to it with its view of the surroundings. Minibar, large screen tv, and small safe.
The bar and terrace restaurant are open until late in the evening, and also serve a variety of complimentary and plentiful breakfast menus under the palm tree and fragrant frangipanis with their orchids!
Shortly before sunset, after a full day of shopping at the markets or touring Angkor and its many other Wats, you can mingle in the steam rooms and jacuzzi with other guests and locals, or head for the elegant spa and let yourself be pleased by your personal masseur(s) or by a salt body scrub.
The secluded, most conveniently located resort, is near the Old and Night markets, unless you prefer authentic local ones, all within good walking distance, and to the River banks and the many restaurants and bars, or the Angkor National Museum and its shop all worth a visit. Alternately, tuk-tuks are always available at the front door or a phone call away.
The pool area is absolutely lovely and the pool is warm and welcoming, the gym is well equipped. The breakfast fare is rather limited as people have said before but fine and service is good. Pierre and his front desk staff are very helpful and they arranged a tour with a private guide and a minibus for us to spend a couple of days exploring the wonderful temples of Angkor Wat and surrounding area. In the evening the spa is open to locals as well, and it is a bit more like a gay sauna.
It’s not huge, having 14 well appointed rooms, a gym and a spa. Drinks and meals are served al fresco at tables or couches surrounding a good sized salt water pool.
The spa and gym are open to the public in the evenings, which adds a certain interest. In addition there are usually 4 masseurs “on hand” to provide a variety of professional massages.
How much does a room costs at MEN’s Resort & Spa (Gay Hotel)?
Spacious and bright suites come with a sofa and private balcony.
2. Rambutan Resort – Siem Reap 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Siem Reap
Rambutan Resort – Siem Reap is a gay-friendly resort offering 4-star villa accommodations. Boasting a pool and restaurant, it is a 5-minute walk from Siem Reap Old Town’s centre. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
Featuring private balconies, spacious suites and villas have modern Cambodian-style furnishings and ample lounge areas fitted with a flat-screen TV. They offer views of surrounding greenery and the pool. For convenience, they are fitted with a safe and fridge.
Relaxing massages can be enjoyed at the loungers by the outdoor pool. Exploring Siem Reap is easy with the bicycle rental, tour and ticket services offered. Rambutan Resort – Siem Reap has a business centre and gift shop.
Firstly the location is right across from the centre of Siem Reap. You do not need to take a tuk tuk to get anywhere if you are prepared to walk. It is only about 3 minutes across the river through the night art market to get to the old market, Pub Street, numerous food places or to go for a massage.
The rooms are great and a very good price for the standard. If you want to indulge yourself upgrade to the Urban Residences attached to the resort. They are incredible so if you are staying more than a few days do this. They are large apartments with full kitchen so if you feel like cooking – why would you when there is so much good food around you incredibly cheap – you can do that. They are fully serviced and well worth the few extra dollars.
Also, the location was just fantastic. A peaceful location across the river from the busy town, but 5 minutes walk to get there.
Since this hotel makes a point of saying it is gay friendly, we weren’t sure if this meant hetro unfriendly; if we would be the odd ones out with a kid ruining everyone else’s holiday. But this wasn’t the case at all. There was a mix of guests, though admittedly no other children. Either way, the staff were ridiculously kind.
What more could you want in a hotel. That feels far more charming than a hotel. A variety of uniquely decorated and configured rooms. Some more traditional in flavour and others very modern incorporating wood, concrete and metal with traditional crafts and style.
My room had an upstairs open air balcony with outdoor shower, bath and lounge. Really charming. Downstairs was a richly decorated room with all the facilities needed and generous bathroom.
The rooms are arranged around a central pool and lounge area and the open air restaurant and bar. Wonderful cocktails. Must try the Khamer martini.
The service here is so charming. From the management who obviously are respected by the staff to everyone you deal with. Front desk, restaurant, bar, security. They do their jobs very smoothly and efficiently, with smiles and authentic hospitality.
Location is a short walk from pub street through the tourist market and across the river. Very handy and convenient. The hotel is in a small lane so is quiet and away from traffic and any noise.
The resort also has an excellent spa! We got a couples’ room and splurged on a three-hour treatment, which included a massage, scrub, and facial. (The price for each of us– $62.00…) Our two masseurs were excellent (and handsome) young men who worked throughout that time with only one three-minute break. We were plenty relaxed for our trip back to the States. My partner had never had a full-body treatment and was a little skeptical at first, but he enjoyed the experience and we both agreed we “glowed” afterward.
Staying at the Rambutan made our experience in Siem Reap just about perfect.
How much does a room costs at Rambutan Resort – Siem Reap?
Prices start 45$/night for the Villa with Balcony with breakfast. The Deluxe Twin Room with Rooftop Terrace is 71$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This large 2-storey villa comes with a rooftop terrace with an outdoor terrazzo bathtub, sun loungers and an outdoor shower.
Additional benefits: – Complimentary one-way airport transfer – A 30-minute foot massage
3. 3 Monkeys Villa (Gay Hotel) 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Siem Reap
3 Monkeys Villa offers accommodation located in the heart of Siem Reap. Featuring an outdoor saltwater swimming pool surrounded by a tropical garden, the hotel also provides free WiFi throughout the property.
The vibrant Old Market, Night Market and Pub Street are just 5 minutes away by Tuk Tuk. It is a 15-minute drive from Angkor Wat. The nearest airport, Siem Reap International Airport is a 10-minute drive. The property offers airport pickup services at additional charges.
Each air-conditioned room is tastefully decorated and features a flat-screen TV, and personal safe. Each en suite bathroom is equipped with a hot and cold shower facilities and towels.
3 Monkeys Villa is the first “exclusively for gay men” “Maison d’Hotes” (French Touch) in Siem Reap Cambodia where we treat all our guests as part of the family in an Homely environment. We are a lovely TukTuk drive through the city to Angkor Temples. The Villa is located in the heart of Khmer country life, just 5 minutes away by Tuk Tuk (rickshaw) from the centre of Siem Reap and the popular Old Market, Night Markets and Pub Street. Our tranquil tropical garden, which is not overlooked, is absolutely ideal, if you want to relax or play by the pool, sit at the bar or at the restaurant, after a long day visiting the Angkor Temples.
The 3 Monkeys Villa guest rooms come in a range of sizes and prices. All our non-smoking bedrooms are tastefully decorated, with a different theme, unique in Siem Reap, to make you feel at home. Each bedroom has a terrace or a patio, is air-conditioned, has a custom-made king size bed, wet-room with hot-water shower, 32 inch LCD flat screen TV (HDMI video input & USB to watch your movies and view your photos) with a selection of international channels, Wireless Internet, minibar, safety box to store your valuables, kettle and hair-dryer.
Great rooms, beautiful garden and clothing optional pool. Delightful and extremely helpful host. Nice common areas to relax and interact with other guests if you want to be social or our room had a private courtyard if you didn’t. In a quiet back street, but only a short and cheap tuk tuk ride away from the centre of town and easy access to airport and temples. Highly recommended for gay men, either singles or couples.
Stepping into the grounds of the hotel was a revelation. You move from the dust and heat of Siem Reap into an oasis of tranquility. The gardens are beautiful with a good sized saltwater pool, sun loungers with towels, bar area and breakfast/dining area. There are a range of choices for breakfast, which is included. I has the continental breakfast each day and was provided with fruit juice, coffee, croissants, yoghurt, fruit and chocolate. I was very happy. Hot food is available at lunch time for people to order but not of an evening. Siem Reap Town Centre is close enough with its many restaurants.
This gay friendly hotel is a veritable oasis in Siem Reap. Tucked away a couple of kilometres from the centre of town it offers a secluded and relaxed place to stay. The beautiful villa building is set behind high walls and offers complete privacy. The rooms are big and immaculately clean and the staff are attentive without being intrusive. The grounds are a delight with a well stocked bar, a sparkling pool and outdoor settings for dining and/or relaxing. Services, such as massage can be obtained at relatively small cost. This is a great place to stay if you are looking for high quality accommodation at good value.
Be aware that it’s a gay resort for men only and no under-18s. The salt-water pool is ideal in the hot weather, they can arrange for a masseur to come to a little wooden massage shed next to the pool so you don’t have to leave the hotel. It’s about 20 minutes walk into town but when it’s hot and humid it’s better to get a tuk tuk instead (about USD$2). Only 6 rooms but I saw four of them and they’re all large and comfortable with their own bathroom plus a shared terrace (some rooms have their own private terrace). The staff (Hien for housekeeping, Ratana for the bar) are both friendly and helpful. I’d definitely stay there again and I’m already dreaming of our next holiday in Siem Reap.
The owners have done an amazing job turning a large colonial style house into an ideal getaway for gay men not wanting to be bothered by family style hotels. There are 4 or 5 rooms, large, well decorated with a beautiful salt water swimming pool with waterfall, enough greenery to guarantee privacy and a well stocked tiki bar with an excellent bartender. The prices are surprisingly reasonable for for what is offered. It is away from the downtown market area and quiet at night. Due to it’s location I suggest an app called PassApp that can summon taxis. Simply, 3 Monkey’s Villa is a jewel and the owners super friendly and have created a unique experience. Treat yourself, late night skinny-dipping, clothing optional, this is a great place for males only.
How much does a room costs at 3 Monkeys Villa (Gay Hotel)?
Prices start 55$/night for the King Room with Pool View with breakfast. The Luxury King Room is 90$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This air-conditioned king room features a patio. It is fitted with a flat-screen cable TV and minibar. A bathtub and free toiletries are included in the en suite bathroom. Complimentary bottled water is provided.
4. Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Siem Reap
Nestled within private gardens right across the Royal Gardens, Victoria Angkor Resort &accommodation in . This colonial-style property features an outdoor and a centre. Guests can enjoy meals from 3 dining options or have a drink at the bar. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
Featuring a Victorian touch, air-conditionedand suites come with wooden flooring, stylish furniture and offer views of the swimming pool or the Royal . Private bathrooms have a hairdryer. Some bathrooms offer a bathtub and separate shower facilities. Slippers, tea/coffee making facilities and a turn down service are available.
It is 600 m to Angkor National Museum and 1.2 km to the vibrant Pub Street. Victoria Angkor Resort And Spa is 6 km to the Angkor Wat temple complex while Siem Reap International Airport is 7 km away. The property offers complimentary airport pickup services.
Cambodia’s charm at Angkor doors Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa is a 5* hotel in the heart of Siem Reap that reminds us the wellbeing, elegance and refinement of the French Lifestyle. Its design is inspired by the 1930’s colonial architecture. Located in the city center, in front of the “Royal Park” and completely immersed into its natural environment, our resort is few minutes away from the Old Market, 7km from the Siem Reap International Airport and 6km from the Angkor Temples.
This is an amazing hotel with a beautiful architecture. It keeps the colonial “flavour”. The room that we stayed in was a standard with garden view which was very nice. I would stay for hours on the balcony and admire the garden, breathe the fresh air. The staff is very kind, polite, ready to help you with everything.
The hotel is a regal and elegant hotel that makes you feel you’ve travelled back in time with its French colonial architecture and graceful environment.
The staff are efficient, gentle and kind. The variety of restaurants are wonderful and the food is delicious.
Sitting poolside with shady palm trees and lush plants is like Paradise.
The hotel has a boutique feel, though larger than your typical boutique hotel, you mostly feel as though you have the place to yourself (exception would be at breakfast or late afternoon poolside). Our room was great (deluxe pool view on 2nd floor), breakfast buffet with many choices (though same breakfast offerings every day) and happy hour (5-7) daily was a highlight. The pool is very well maintained though seemed to lack sufficient space on the weekend, when it seems local residents (in this case, expats) are permitted to use the facilities, despite there not being sufficient space for hotel guests.
The property is located away from the downtown hustle and bustle, though only a $2 tuk tuk ride (or 20 min walk) away from the Pub Street/central market nightlife. Note: coffee in rooms is instant coffee. There is a new giant mall that has opened across the street, which hosts outdoor concerts iat night and may impact the ‘tranquility’ factor. (On the flip side, that mall also has a Starbucks, in case you need a coffee fix).
This is a truly lovely resort hotel in Siem Reap. Beautiful rooms, equipped with mosquito netting over the beds. Lovely relaxing pool area and adequate gym. Recommend getting breakfast included – it’s fantastic – a huge variety of breakfast foods, fruits, juices etc. The hotel is a $2 tuk tuk ride to the night market – not to be missed.
he hotel fully delivered on all fronts – it is ideally located for visiting both the temples and exploring Siem Reap itself. The rooms were of a high standard, very clean and well maintained (appreciated the fruit bowl during our stay and the chocolates left by the turn down service were very tasty). The communal areas were lovely – very classical and spacious with large pool area surrounded by well tended gardens.
This is a great location if you are visiting siem reap, however from our own experience we would avoid it during the water festival. We are sure it would’ve been a much better experience for us at the festival not been on opposite when we were there
We use the spa once during our stay and the room was comfortable with a large massage bed and an excellent massage. We booked the massage during the happy hour so received 30% discount on a cost which we already thought was good value for money. So we would thoroughly recommend using their spa
It’s a really lovely pool with towels available, and comfortable sunbeds. We used the pool during the day when it was quiet and it was an oasis of peace for two or three hours before the noise of the music started again in early evening.
The hotel staff were welcoming and efficient.
How much does a room costs at Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa?
Prices start 180$/night for the Superior Double Room with Garden View – Free Pick Up with breakfast. The Prestige Suites is 366$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Located in the heart of the resort in the main building, this spacious suite has a private balcony that opens up to views of the Royal Park or the swimming pool. The seating area is fitted with a coffee machine, flat-screen HDTV with movie channels. The en suite bathroom includes a bathtub, shower facility, hairdryer and free toiletries.
Benefits include: – Welcome drink and cold towel upon arrival – Lotus flower bouquet and fruit basket on arrival day – Complimentary early check-in or late check-out upon availability – Daily newspaper in room – Free bottle of Champagne in room on arrival – Complimentary round trip airport transfer (flight details is required)
5. eOcambo Village 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Siem Reap
Featuring lush green gardens, eOcambo Village, a gay friendly hotels Siem Reap operates a 24-hour front desk. It offers comfortable rooms equipped with a balcony and free WiFi access.
Situated within Wat Bo Village, eOcambo Village is just 2 km to Old Market, Royal Palace and the famous Pub Street. Siem Reap International Airport and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor Wat Temples are within 7 km away.
Fitted with tiled flooring, air-conditioned rooms are simply furnished with a desk, a cable TV, minibar and a fridge. Rooms offer garden views and come with a private bathroom equipped with hot/cold shower and free toiletries.
First of all the location is perfect, close to the centre of Siem Reap but far enough away to relax in the peace and quiet. The pool area is stunning, the food is fantastic and the staff are amazing! It’s hard to pick a fault with the place and then when you learn they employ a huge amount of students to help fund their further education and they give 5% of profits to local youth projects you’ll be even more impressed.
Location – This wonderful hotel is situated in a quiet, peaceful area which is an easy walk or a $2 tuk tuk ride away from Pub Street.
It has a fabulous 16m pool, surrounded by a tropical garden, ideal for getting some laps done or simply relaxing with a beer or a cocktail from the pool bar.
The rooms – are exceptionally clean. They are spacious, equipped with Air Con, tea/coffee making facilities a refrigerator and an en-suite shower room with western toilet. Power points are a bit temperamental but perfectly manageable.
Restaurant – Breakfast was good, plenty buffet choices as well as speciality menu choices. Evening meals, although pricey, were excellent quality and a welcome pleasure after a long & busy day.
Staff – The staff here are second to none! They are all welcoming, professional, super efficient and have a great knowledge of the local attractions and tours available. Nothing is too much trouble for them, they ALL go out of their way to make your stay the best it can be. They are simply the BEST.
How much does a room costs at eOcambo Village?
Prices start 32$/night for the Superior Double Room – Free Pickup with breakfast. The Deluxe Double Room – Free Pickup is 57$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This air-conditioned king room features a patio. It is fitted with a flat-screen cable TV and minibar. A bathtub and free toiletries are included in the en suite bathroom. Complimentary bottled water is provided.