Alis’ House is a typical Khmer residence in Siem Reap Cambodia, that has been converted to a homestay featuring a few dormitory beds and several private rooms. Two rooms have up to 6 dorm beds and are air conditioned. Each bed has its own reading light, power outlet, and security locker. Each room has its own bathroom equipped with a toilet, wash basin, mirror, and hot shower. Both rooms are co-ed. We provide the linens and towels. All of our dormitory beds are full beds measuring 1m x 2m.
One of these dormitories is a whole-dorm room. This is a regular dormitory room with a bathroom and air conditioning and six individual beds (bunk beds) for your exclusive use. This has been very popular with families traveling together and small groups of friends traveling together.
We also have a few private rooms with a double bed and bathroom (featured above). These “family” rooms are ideal for couples or small families who want to stay in the same room.
Located just a few minutes from Angkor Park to the north, and Downtown/Pub Street to the south, Alis’ House is close to all the action but just far enough away to provide for a peaceful night’s sleep.
Cold water, chilled soft drinks, and beer are available for purchase at the reception desk. Many choices of food are readily available within 50 meters of the house. Two outdoor covered patios are available for friends to relax and make plans for their next day.
We provide free Wi-Fi access to our guests. We also have a computer that can be used to check your email and perform quick searches. We have an arrangement with a local hotel for swimming pool usage. The hotel will allow our guests free use of their pool if the guests purchase something from their bar/restaurant. We can arrange motorbike and bicycle rentals for you and we excel in helping you plan your touring activities in Angkor Archaeological Park.
To book our property, please use our contact form to receive the best rates. We accept cash only on site in either US dollars or Khmer Riel. We also work with local tour guides and travel agencies. Our booking partners Air BNB and Agoda accept many payment types including credit cards. You can find our links in the sidebar on this page. Please check our reviews on Facebook, Booking.com, Trip Advisor, and Google to learn how we have typically exceeded our guests expectations for the low prices we charge.
On parle francais. (We speak French.)
យើងនិយាយភាសាខ្មែរ។ (We speak Khmer.)
Obviously we speak English. For everything else we use Google Translate.
COVID-19 Update (March 2020)
Alis’ House is open! Now is an excellent time to visit Cambodia when the crowds are low and the weather is good. The safety of our guests and staff is our highest priority. Here is what we are doing to protect our guests and our staff from the COVID-19 outbreak.
- We are offering only whole room bookings at this time. We offer double rooms, a family suite, and whole dormitory rooms with 6 beds, all at affordable prices. By booking a whole room, you will not share sleeping space with strangers. (Applies to March 2020. May apply to April 2020.)
- Every room has a private bathroom.
- Rooms are cleaned daily.
- We have hand sanitizer at the reception desk for use by our guests and staff.
- Common areas are cleaned daily.
- We are located away from the crowds, closer to the temples.
Booking.com Award for Alis’ House
Featured in BUILDER’S JOURNAL
(28 September 2018) We are fortunate to have had some wonderful guests earlier this year who are bloggers. They documented their visit to Cambodia and featured Alis’ House in their blog, BUILDER’S JOURNAL. Thank you Edmar for your coverage and I hope your travels will bring you back to visit again in the future.
Featured in The Broke Backpacker
(3 May 2018) Alis’ House is featured in The Broke Backpacker as one of their 23 recommended hostels. Thank you Aaron! The Broke Backpacker has comprehensive coverage of Siem Reap and Angkor Archaeological Park. Aaron has done a good job explaining Khmer culture and his blog is worth the read.
Alis’ House Opens Its Kitchen
(1 May 2018) In response to customer suggestions on how to improve the guest experience, we moved opening our kitchen to the top of the list and made obtaining basic appliances and kitchenware a priority. We are happy to announce that the kitchen is now open! Guests may use the appliances to prepare snacks and meals. We even stock the cupboard with some ramen noodles for purchase for the convenience of our guests.