The Top Rated Hotel in the World on TripAdvisor Costs $113 a Night
You’d think the most popular hotel on a site like TripAdvisor would cost you an arm and a leg to stay in. However, travelers looking to experience something truly great will be happy to learn that staying in one of the most well-regarded hotels in the world costs a mere $113 a night.
Viroth's Hotel, located in the center of Siem Reap, Cambodia, has earned the distinct honor of being named the number one hotel in the world in TripAdvisor's annual Travelers' Choice Awards. It likely won due to its serene landscape, lavish amenities, and remarkable local travel experiences.
From the outside, the hotel looks like it’s simply a part of the natural landscape, as its covered in lush vines and vertical gardens.
Inside, guests are greeted with mid-century modern decor both in the lobby and in each guestroom. In their rooms guest can also sit on well-appointed balconies overlooking the area. Or, for a relaxing experience, they can stand under the bathroom’s ultra-large rain showers. Each room also comes filled with locally sourced decor, including fresh flowers.
Beyond the rooms, guests can also dip their toes in the hotel’s expansive pool or just sit next to it on a padded lounge chair and wait for a cocktail to be delivered.
And after working up an appetite during a long day by the pool, simply head over to one of the hotel’s two restaurants or bar for a bite to eat.
Or, if you’re looking for even more adventure, book one of the hotel’s local experiences, which include an archeological tour, an adventure tour to nearby waterfalls, and more. Sounds luxurious, doesn’t it? Again, remember, this can all be yours for a little over $100 a night.
“Everything about this hotel was perfect; Service was exceptional, food was delicious, decor was gorgeous. If only every hotel could be like this,” one TripAdvisor commenter wrote.
“Beautifully decorated rooms and common areas, relaxing pool and spa, great restaurant for breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails. The staff were exceptional,” another added.