Formerly known as Auberge Mont-royal d'Angkor, this historic
hotel was built in 1996. After years of hardship, the hotel opened its door in
October 1998. The owners are Cambodians who took refuge in
Canada after the terrible khmer rouge regime. The owners had
great hopes for this small town and they knew one day
it would become the very bustling town that it is now.
The hotel has known its prestige years. There were only six
operating hotels in Siem Reap back then.
The owners are now slowly retiring. The owner's daughter,
who grew up in Montreal Canada, is now taking over the family's business.
Trying to bring a new perspective to the hotel without taking away
its charm and its unique history.
What they are looking to do with this hotel is to give
it a new fresh start.
Therefore, why they decided to change the name.
The inn is now eco friendly.
Indeed, the inn is partnering up with NGOs who support
clean and sustainable solutions.
They also reduced their water bottles usage completely.
The inn encourage their guests to discover the city in its
most authentic ways calling it: conscious traveling.