Asia Incentive Corporation opens seasons d’Angkor Villa Siem Reap
Local hotel and hospitality management group, Asia Initiative Corporation (AIC) has opened the highly affordable luxury 15-room Seasons d’Angkor Villa hotel in Siem Reap perfectly located a short stroll to Pub Street, night markets, restaurants and retail. Angkor Wat is seven kms nearby, and the airport eight kms.
Seasons d’Angkor Villa will appeal to individuals, couples and families attracted to its central location and over-size rooms that feature individual balconies, Wi-Fi, private bathroom, a/c, flat-screen cable TV and telephone with international direct dial functions.
Featured are 32-square-metre Superior, and Deluxe Rooms, all with double and twin styles. Prices begin atUS$60.00 per night for a Standard Room, and US$80.00 per night for the Superior Double/Twin. All rooms feature coffee & tea making facilities, mineral water, in-room safety box and laundry service. Courtesy swimming pool access is available at nearby hotels.
The hotel’s ground floor restaurant, Seasons Café, offers fresh Khmer and international dishes created with a contemporary touch. Set menus or mini buffet style dining are available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. An all-day dining menu is available from 11.30am to 10pm.
AIC signed a 5 + 5-year lease on the Seasons d’Angkor Villa last month adding high-value, high-quality rooms to its seven affordable luxury hotel and resort group. AIC also recently signed a nine-year lease on the popular 12-room The Sanctuary Villa hotel in Battambang, 292 km from Phnom Penh and inland from the Thai border.
Adding to its portfolio of affordable boutique hotels and resorts, the unique 10-room Java Wooden Villa hotel in Siem Reap was opened by Asia Initiative Corporation Plus (AICPlus) late last year. The two story Java Wooden Villa reflects traditional Khmer architecture with ancient recycled timbers and handcrafted wooden filigree complemented by ‘Manhattan’ style modern design and luxury appointments.
The Java Wooden Villa hotel complements the Bong Thom homestay, also managed by AIC, which provides a unique community-based village life experience in traditional Khmer housing set among mango and dragon fruit orchards, a purpose-built fish farm, and rice fields.
Employing 262 people, AIC has surged from one hotel to seven and project managed the opening of four additional properties during the past two years. It has also introduced a second brand, AICPlus+, with its management of the opening of the Alison Angkor Boutique Hotel, and Java Wooden Villa both in Siem Reap.
Source = Asia Incentive Corporation