Why this hotel? Gay hotel. Free access to MEN's Sauna. Popular choice. Free WiFi.
8.3 Excellent - based on 155 Agoda reviews
A very popular hotel on Travel Gay Asia. The exclusively gay MEN’s Resort has 6 spacious suites (with king-sized beds) and 4 standard rooms (with queen-sized beds).
All rooms are air-conditioned and feature a LCD TV, minibar, tea and coffee-making facilities. There is free WiFi, a saltwater swimming pool and guests have unlimited free access to the MEN’s Sauna & Spa facilities.
Owner Pierre, his partner Sopheara and their friendly staff are on hand to help plan your explorations of Angkor Wat and the local gay scene.
venue: hotel (旅馆) | features: bar, cafe, swimming pool, spa, free wi-fi (酒吧, 咖啡馆, 游泳池, 温泉, 免费无线上网) | customers: gay
corrections | last updated: 23-06-2017
“The staff are hard working, friendly and always willing to engage in conversation. And they are incredibly pleasant to look at.
The property is absolutely beautiful, very clean and maintained to the utmost degree. Every morning the staff is hard at work, making it look perfect.
The property is in a great location (just close enough to Siem Reap but still in a quiet area) and is safe and comfortable. All of the local and visiting gay men know of the property and many arrive around sundown when the spa opens.
The spa is large and clean and there is a great chance to meet someone hot and new every night.
Pierre, the proprietor of the property, is incredibly helpful, amicable and kind. From the time of my reservation to the moment of my departure, he provided great advice and support as to Siem Reap, Cambodia and my individual travel needs.“
Mark | Problem with this review?
Great stay in Siem Reap
“Pierre is a wonderful host, the facilities are well maintained and the staff are very friendly and efficient. Particularly like the excellent poolside bar. Room was a good sized and kept spotlessly clean during our stay.“
James | Problem with this review?
A Great Escape
“Pierre at Men's Resort truly knows how to take care of guests! We made our arrangements for airport transportation through the resort. We landed and our driver Sout took us for a quick tour of Siem Reap and right to the hotel. Pierre was waiting for us at the door! He welcomed us with a cool towel and refreshing drink, then went over some highlights of the city and resort.
It is a very comfortable, friendly place away from the traffic and noise of downtown. One can walk to the market area but there was always a tuk-tuk waiting right outside. Our room was on the second floor overlooking the beautiful pool and garden area. It was spotless and had an incredible shower. There were always staff around to take care of any request. We enjoyed having the complimentary outdoor breakfast each morning.
In the evening, the spa is open to the public. It is a very relaxed, social atmosphere where we were able to meet locals and tourists from around the world. It's hard to make a choice of accommodations based on reviews from other people but I can say that this is the BEST option in Siem Reap. After staying at this gay resort, I would not consider any place else.“
Dave | Problem with this review?
Simply The Best
“i have just stayed at this resort for 5 nights and can't praise it highly enough. The rooms were spotless; service impeccable, and staff delightful, each and every one. Nothing was too much trouble. Even the massage was simply to die for! Many thanks to all concerned.
David from Ballarat, Australia“
David | Problem with this review?
A Gem for gay men.
“Mens Spa is really worth a visit. 5 stars and moderately priced for the luxury. It is a gay Paradise in this part of Asia. All facilities. Rooms are tasteful and comfortable. The spa is tiptop. Best masseurs in Cambodia. Very good food and drinks. Fantastic swimming pool and poolside, Gym, beautiful flowers. So nice to mingle with locals. We all want to meet Cambodians. The tuktuk Drivers waiting outside are helpful and make our lives so easy. They know exactly where to take us. Do not forget to tip a little. Politeness. My favourite Tuktuk is Mr Hak. A fully competent guide to the temples. He could explain to me all the reliefs on the temples much better than the poor English speaking professional guides. When it was very hot, he drove me in his air conditioned car. Do not forget to visit Tonle Lake to see life in the floating villages. MENS SPA and Siem Reap is my homeland in the whole world.“
Kjell | Problem with this review?
a great professional team !!!
“When I booked at MEN's I had already read some excellent reviews then I was pretty sure that I will enjoyed my stay there. But I was really surprised to discovered that it is much more than an hotel.
MEN's has the best masseurs in Siem Reap, and of course you don't need to specifically request for a male masseur like in other spas ;-)
They have also an excellent restaurant which is very enjoyable when after a day in the crowded temples I was not willing to move anymore out of this paradise.
But over all, what makes my stay unforgettable was their offer for tours service. My first intention was to contact a local tour operator, but when I've seen how the hotel's team was so well organized and professional I decided to trust them. The tour they prepared for me was splendid. As it was a last minute arrangement, they were not able to book for me the same guide for two consecutive days. But on both days of the tour I was accompanied by two lovely and knowledgeable professional guides. They were excellent to avoid the crowd and allowed me discover hidden places that most tourists probably miss. On the third day I continued to the Tonle Sap lake with only the driver who also was great and with a great sense of humor. It seems the tours service is only available for the hotel's guests. It's a pity for the others, hehe... but it makes one more reason to stay at MEN's !“
Pablo | Problem with this review?
A must in Siem Reap !
“Well what to add to these true reviews? This is a real paradise; the efficient owners, smiling staff, professional masseurs, the excellent food, the spacious rooms, all is perfect. Tours can be organized with or without a private guide and more than that, for a good price. Sure i'll be back and the sooner the better.“
Daniel | Problem with this review?
THE gay place in Siem Reap !!!
“I stayed 4 days at MEN's, and I would have stayed more if I had known it is so good. But I'll return next year for sure.
It was my first time staying in a 'all men' hotel, and I was not sure if I was going to appreciate that concept. I arrived after one week in a beach resort in Phuket, which was full of families with kids, even though it was billed as 'gay friendly.' Arriving at MEN's was really a gay paradise. MEN's has wonderful staff, doing a great job with 5-star service - always ready to help. The rooms are greatly designed and super comfy. The environment is always quiet. I slept so well.“
Hans | Problem with this review?
“This is a great hotel for gay guys to stay in comfort and privacy. The rooms are really nice and pool area, sauna, jacuzzi, etc, and very clean. The owners are nice and polite but don't mix with guests much.
The only drawback is the road to the hotel which is appalling and does detract from the place as you just about to get whiplashed going in and out of the place. It's only about 300m and very easy to fix, so I don't understand why they don't do something about it.“
“This place really takes you away from the dusty hustle and bustle that is Siem Reap.
The only minor challenge is getting the tuktuk to send you there as the road is rather obscure. I'm speaking from a visitors point of view instead of a guest as I haven't stayed there. However, the rooms look clean and very well maintained.
The fun comes at night where you get to enjoy the resort facilities. It's not the biggest sauna/spa out there but given the choices in Siem Reap, it's got most of what you would want for a cruising good evening. A sauna, Steam room, private rooms, a pool and Jacuzzi are all available at your disposal. Coupled with a nice bar and showers makes this clothing optional resort a paradise for gay travelers.
The local crowd that speaks English will be friendlier and are more likely to approach you. Otherwise, body language will serve as a good translator. During my visit, there was a good mix of French, German, Filipino, and locals on a supposedly unpopular Tuesday night. We don't get this kind of mix much in Malaysia.
Entrance is cheap at less than US$10 but it's free if you're a hotel guest.
Props to the owner for a well designed and thought of area.“
Musclover | Problem with this review?
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