Four specially created Personality Suites take their inspiration from people who have been closely associated with Angkor. Located in the heritage building, each is fitted with a claw–foot bathtub, and a relaxing day bed on the oversized balcony which overlooks our magnificent pool.
An exclusive collection of original memorabilia distinguishes each of these luxurious suites, making each truly unique experience.
Henri Mouhot Suite - In honour of the nineteenth century French naturalist and explorer Henri Mouhot who "rediscovered" the legacy of the ancient Khmer civilization and through his writings introduced Angkor to Western audiences.
Louis Delaporte Suite - In honour of Louis Delaporte (1842-1925) a member of the French Mekong Exploration Commission of 1866 - 1873 who acquired a great admiration for Khmer art to which he devoted the rest of his life.
Henri Marchal Suite - In honour of Henri Marchal (1876-1970) who was the Conservator of the Monuments of Angkor for many years and was involved in the restoration of several temples including Banteay Srei.
John Thomson Suite - In honour of John Thomson (1837-1921) the scholar-photographer who was the first to photograph Angkor Wat in 1866, a task fraught with enormous practical difficulties.
517 Sqft / 48 Sqm
King Number of rooms: 4
Heritage building , Floors 3 & 4
Services and Amenities
- Private balcony or terraces
- Larger or sepate living room
- Ceiling fan
- Polished wooden floors
- Fully-equipped mini bar
- Large working desk
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Personal safe
- Individually controlled air-conditioning
- Separate bathtub and shower room
- Hand-made silk bathrobe
- Raffles signature bathroom amenities
- Complimentary Business
- Daily e-Newspaper via Press Reader
- 42” flat screen LCD televisions with cable channels
- Two-line telephone
- Raffles butler service
- Morning coffee wake up service
- 24-hour in-room dining
- Fresh tropical fruits, replenished daily
- Laundry and dry cleaning service available at a charge