Swimming Pools in Siem Reap | Cambodia

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Swimming Pools in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Most pools are attached to hotels, hostels, and guesthouses and many of these allow non-guests to the pool if some food or drink is bought, or for a fee. However, if you’re not ‘in the know’ it can be tricky to find out which hotels and guesthouses offer this.


To save you the trouble of researching swimming pools in Siem Reap whilst we were living there we visited and reviewed as many pools as possible. So in the order visited here are some of the swimming pools in Siem Reap that you can use if you’re not a guest at the hotel or guesthouse.

Swimming Pools in Siem Reap

We were provided with complimentary use of the swimming pool and facilities of all featured hotels and guesthouses I’ve reviewed below. Read more in our full Product Review Disclosure.

Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa 

Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa Swimming Pool in Siem Reap, Cambodia

There’s a poolside bar from which you can order a good selection of drinks and Western and Asian food, which you can enjoy either poolside or in the restaurant. We found the pool staff to be very attentive, friendly, and always available when we wanted to order anything.
In addition to the pools, there’s a small gym and children’s soft playroom. The playroom has a nurse so you can leave your children to play for a while, whilst you take some time out. if you want to pamper yourself there’s also a spa offering a range of treatments for an additional charge. Attached to the spa are separate changing rooms and toilets for ladies and men which can be used by pool visitors. Free wifi is available too.
We spent a lovely, peaceful afternoon here; perfect for a relaxing treat.

Cost: $25 USD (£19.20) for full use of the pools, gym and steam room plus a credit for the same amount to spend on food or drinks from the restaurant or bar.

Opening hours: daily from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm

Location: Central Park, Siem Reap

Tel: (855) 63 760 428

Royal Angkor Resort

Royal Angkor Resort Swimming Pol in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Set back from the pool is a bar, however, it seemed to be unmanned when we visited so we didn’t sample any food or drinks.  In the gardens is a gym and spa offering a variety of treatments for an additional cost. At the far end of the pool are toilets, showers, and small changing rooms for both men and women. There is also a steam room, sauna, and jacuzzi but they were closed when we were there, I assume because it was low season. Wifi is available free of charge.

Due to its size, this pool is great if you want to swim lengths. It’s also used for swimming lessons, although I’m not sure how regularly they take place. Just before we left at about 2:30 pm on a Saturday a group of children arrived for lessons.

Cost: $5 USD (£3.85) includes a gym, steam room, sauna and jacuzzi.

Opening hours: daily from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm

Location: Highway No.6. Phum Kasekum, Siem Reap

Tel: (855) 63 76 75 55

Baby Elephant Boutique Hotel

Baby Elephant Boutique Swimming Pool in Siem Reap, Cambodia

At the other end of the pool near to the hotel is a well-stocked bar serving delicious cocktails, beer and soft drinks, plus a great selection of Western and local food. The staff and owners were all extremely welcoming and friendly and the service from the bar and restaurant was quick and efficient.
Attached to Baby Elephant is Lemongrass Garden Spa which offers massages and other health and beauty treatments at an extra charge. Near the pool is a shower and toilet where you can change ready for your refreshing dip.
The fast wifi is free to use if you check in on Facebook. This quiet oasis made a fantastic alternative office for the afternoon when I visited with my laptop to finish some writing.

Cost: – Free if you purchase food and/ or drink of at least $5 USD (£3.85).

Opening hours: daily from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

Location: Street 53, #418, Vihear Chin, Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap

Tel: (855) 77 769 126

Navutu Dreams Resort & Wellness Retreat

Navutu Dreams Resort Swimming Pool in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Between the two main pools is ‘Niam Niam’ the resort’s restaurant where you can order a variety of Asian and Western dishes, alcoholic and soft drinks. The staff were on hand if we needed them but were unobtrusive and left us to our own devices the rest of the time.  The pool staff were helpful, friendly, and on-hand if needed.
The resort also has a yoga and gym studio, offering daily yoga sessions. Additionally, there’s a spa which offers a wide range of holistic and spa treatments at an extra cost. Toilets and showers are near the pool and good quality wifi is free for pool visitors to use.
Apparently, the pools rarely get busy so make a great spot to lounge around and chill out with a good book.

Cost: $8.00++ or $9.14 USD net (£6.16++ or £7.03) – Pool and gym use with food and drink credit OR pool, gym and yoga pass.

Opening hours: daily from 6:30 am to 10:00 pm

Location: Navutu Rd, Siem Reap

Tel: (855) 063 964 864

Spring Palace Boutique Hotel

Spring Palace Boutique Hotel Swimming Pool in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Near the reception is a well-stocked bar offering beer, wine, cocktails and soft drinks. There’s also a very nice menu consisting of Asian and Western dishes. The staff were attentive without being overbearing. They were always happy to help and checked with us regularly to see if we needed anything.
This is a lovely space to retreat to away from the noisy city centre. There’s also decent wifi which means you could base yourself with here with your laptop to work for a while for a change of scenery like I did.

Cost: $5 USD (£3.85)

Opening hours: daily from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm

Location: Thmor Meas Road, Siem Reap

Tel: (855) 063 965 499 

Angkor Era Hotel

Angkor Era Hotel Swimming Pool in Siem Reap, Cambodia

In the main building beside the pool, is a gym, jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and cold plunge pool. There are two of everything – separated for ladies and men (except for the gym). A spa is also available which offers massages and other treatments, however, unfortunately, we didn’t have time for a massage. The changing rooms are attached to the spa and there are additional poolside showers near the pool. Free wifi is available too. Due to it’s out of city location this pool stays pretty quiet so it’s a nice place to relax and get yourself pampered.
It should be noted that if the hotel is busy in high season the pool may not be open to non-guests, so be sure to check before arriving.

Cost: $5 USD (£3.85) for pool use only OR $10 USD (£7.70) for pool and a one hr massage.

Opening hours: daily from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm

Location: National Road 6, Phum Khnar, Khum Chreav, Siem Reap

Tel: (855) 63 968 99

The Golden Gecko Villa

Golden Gecko Villa Swimming Pool in Siem Reap

Centrally located down a quiet side street off Wat Bo Road isThe Golden Gecko Villa.It has an attractive, well maintained, good sized swimming pool with a lovely waterfall feature at one end. There are plenty of sunbeds complete with towels, tables and large parasols, surrounded by tropical plants and flowers.

At the opposite end of the pool is a restaurant and bar offering a good selection of alcoholic and soft drinks, including some tempting cocktails. Be sure to try their signature ‘GG’ cocktail and if you’re brave enough give their ‘Sambuca Challenge’ a go! Next to the bar is a little seating area, perfect for chilling out in if the sun gets too much or you get caught in a rainy season storm.
There’s also free, quick wifi available, so you could happily set yourself up here with your laptop for a few hours work if you fancied a change of scenery. 

Cost: – $5 USD (£3.86) minimum spend on food and/ or drink/ Expats free – just introduce yourselves when you arrive.

Opening hours: daily from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

Location: 20th Street off Wat Bo Road, Siem Reap

Tel: (855) 69 641 082/ (855) 10 279 059

Hotel Somadevi Angkor Boutique & Resort

Hotel Somadevei Angkor Boutique and Resort Swimming Pool in Siem Reap, Cambodia

At the far end, on a raised platform is The Blue Pool Bar, well stocked with a good range of beer, wine, spirits, tasty cocktails and soft drinks. It also offers an appetising selection of Asian and Western dishes to have either next to the pool or at a dining table situated at the near end of the pool. The staff were extremely friendly and on hand whenever we needed anything.

In addition to the pool, The Aloe Spa and Fitness Centre offers a variety of treatments for an additional cost. Attached to the spa is also a jacuzzi, steam room and sauna (separate for men and women), available to pool visitors for no extra charge, along with changing rooms and toilets. Wifi is also available for free by the pool, just ask one of the staff for the password.
We thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon here in this peaceful haven away from the hustle and bustle of central Siem Reap.  

Cost: $11 USD (£8.50) for adults and $8 USD (£6) for children for full use of the pool, jacuzzi, steam room and sauna. 

Opening hours: daily from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm

Location: Oum Chhay Street, Siem Reap

Tel: (855) 63 962 662

eOCambo Residence

eOcambo Swimming Pool in Siem Reap, Cambodia

The unique two-tiered layout (both with sunbeds and towels) of their pool deck area offers unobstructed views of the pool wherever you choose to settle yourself. There are no parasols in sight at this pool…it was designed so palm trees offer natural shade to those relaxing on the top tier, whilst sun-worshippers can bask in the sun on the lower tier. Conveniently located nearby are bathrooms and outdoor showers.

There’s also the option to have a massage for an additional cost. It’s $10 USD (£7.70) for a one hour hand and foot massage.

At the far end of the pool is a bar where you can buy a selection of reasonably priced poolside snacks, sandwiches, salads and burgers. There is also an extensive drinks menu serving beer, wine, spirits, cocktails and soft drinks. If you’re looking for a more substantial meal you can also dine in the hotel restaurant, there are both Western and Asian dishes.

This peaceful, leafy setting is the perfect escape from the everyday traffic, noise, and dust of central Siem Reap. Wifi access is available should you need it. 

Cost: Free if you purchase food and drink.

Opening hours: daily from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm

Location: Street 22, Wat Bo Village, Siem Reap

Tel: (855) 70 379 905

Pool Party Hostel

Pool Party Hostel Siem Reap

Around the pool are sunbeds and hammocks, perfect for relaxing with a book and topping up your tan.

At one end of the pool is another bar which has a good selection of alcoholic and soft drinks, including coffees and smoothies. There’s also a large restaurant which serves up delicious Cambodian, Thai and Western food at local prices. There’s also a pool table in the restaurant should you fancy a game or two.
The owner and staff welcomed us with big smiles and were more than happy to help out with any questions we had.
Despite the name this really isn’t a big party hostel; it’s a lovely relaxing place to spend some time on a sunny day. There’s also good wifi so you could also spend a few hours there working with your laptop or catching up on your social media.

Cost: Free if you purchase food and drink

Opening hours: daily from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm

Location: Phsar Krom Road, Vihear Chin Village, Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap

Tel: (855) 012 80 63 99

There are many more pools in Siem Reap that allow non-guests to use, some of which we hope to visit and review soon. In the meantime, if you’d like to find out more pools to investigate yourself, Siem Reap.net have an extensive list of swimming pools in Siem Reap.

IMPORTANT: We did our best to list the correct prices for the pools in this post. However, we’d recommend calling ahead of your visit to check availability and possible price changes.

Cambodia Trip Planning Resources

Planning your trip to Cambodia? Here are some of our recommended useful resources to help. 

● For the best flights we use Skyscanner, I usually find great deals there.
● We use Booking.com or HotelsCombined to find the best hotel prices.
● For self-catering accommodation Airbnb is our go-to.
● We always check accommodation reviews on TripAdvisor before booking.
● Even in the modern days of Google we still like to use guidebooks for ideas.

● The easiest way to book buses, ferries and taxis is online with Camboticket.

● If you prefer organised day or multi-day trips Get Your Guide and Klook           are your best bet. 
● And most important: DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT TRAVEL                        INSURANCE. 

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14 thoughts on “Swimming Pools in Siem Reap | Cambodia

    1. TanyaKorteling Post author

      It really is – we love it and the rest of Cambodia. Hopefully, we’ll head back towards Xmas time for a while 😀

  1. Nicky

    What a great guide! We purposely splashed out (pun intended) on a place with a pool when we visited and we were so glad we did…sometimes it was the only thing that got us through the heat and dust of the day, knowing we could dive straight into a pool!

    1. TanyaKorteling Post author

      Thankyou – yes you’re right, Cambodia’s amazing but the heat and dust can get too much sometimes. A pool is the only answer 🙂

  2. orangewayfarer

    Pools in my opinion are the cenral attraction before selecting a hotel, atleast for me!Thanks for this blog post. Will refer to this before visiting Cambodia!

    1. TanyaKorteling Post author

      Yes I agree, it’s good to have a nice pool. If you do save it for if you visit there’ll be many more pools on it later in the year!

  3. Tasha Amy

    This is what I did in Siem Reap. We visited a restaurant which had a swimming pool, cant remember that name now. But sometimes it just gets so hot there you need to cool off

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