Bangkok-based Hospitality Management and
Development Asia (HMD Asia) will open its first managed
property, the Treeline Urban Resort in Siem Reap, on 1 November 2018.
The Treeline Urban Resort is a new property
located on the banks of the Siem Reap riverfront.
resort will have 48 keys comprising 36 rooms and 12 suites,
together with a variety of culinary outlets including a rooftop
pool and bar.
With its location in the heart of Siem Reapís historic quarter,
the resort is perfectly positioned for guests to explore the
cityís growing art, food and cultural scene.
The resort has been conceived and designed
by its owner, Hok Kang, a young pioneering Cambodian designer.
And, in keeping with his commitment to help and promote local
artistic talent within the community, the resort has established the
Treeline Art Foundation.
One example of this initiative, is that staff
uniforms at the resort have been designed and produced by local
Cambodian Designer, Sokna.
Bookings are now open
with introductory rates from USD180 net per night, inclusive of
breakfast, service charge and government taxes.
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