Happy Thanksgiving! I am in Siem Reap. I won a skyauction deal ($65.night incl. breakky) for the (formerly Preferred Hotels The Sothea) Anantara Resort upon which I had to jump notwithstanding my Diamond status. But I did have lunch at the PH SR and report a few notes. Lunch was quite good - I has curried shrimp and an Angkor Beer. Tab with service came to $25. Steep by Siem Reap standards, but perhaps the only PH where a local beer is $4. (down the road, they were contemporaneously 35 cents). Service was lovely, and security appeared serious - their porte cochere has gates which may be closed is they so please. The interiors were pretty much serene, but I suggest the music in the "Living Room" could be quieter and with a slower tempo to fit the PH line. PLEASE be aware that this is not one's typical PH where one exits into a neighborhood as serious as the property. After all, its Cambodia, and serenity ends five feet from their porte cochere. It sits on along a main street, at a corner. Neighbors across from it include a gas station, a dumpy bank, 3 massage parlors, and a KFC (I cannot make this up). A Swensens is down the street. (Why are there so many Swensens in Asia but practically none in North America?). Equally, it is a 5 minute walk to Pub Street and its affilated streets collectively known as Pub Street, where there is a mix of backpacker quality and finer restaurants and bars. I do not think anyone need fear crime in between, but getting run over by a bicycle, moto, remork, car, or truck may pose its own threats. (memo to the Mayor of Siem Reap - stop spending money painting lines in the street - no one obeys them and you are wasting your money). Bottom line is that next trip, I'll do PH SR.