HotelsGuests can use the credits to redeem meals, beverages and spa treatments under the Raffles, Sofitel, TRIBE and ibis Styles brands in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.

Accor extends complimentary hotel credits to celebrate Cambodia’s reopening

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Fully vaccinated travellers can now visit Cambodia without quarantine, following a rapid test upon arrival.
Fully vaccinated travellers can now visit Cambodia without quarantine, following a rapid test upon arrival. Photo Credit: Regis Binard/Accor

In celebration of Cambodia reopening to vaccinated international travellers without quarantine, Accor has launched its For the Love of Captivating Cambodia campaign in hopes of inspiring travellers to explore the country’s renowned heritage sites and extensive array of experiences.

Under the campaign, guests staying at any Accor properties across Cambodia will be rewarded with USD50 in-hotel credits per night that can be used on meals, beverages or spa treatments.

Accor is the largest international hotel operator in Cambodia, with addresses under the Raffles, Sofitel, TRIBE and ibis Styles brands in both Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.

Accor also launched a short film titled ‘Unveil Cambodia’ to showcase the country’s ancient wonders and the comfort of its accommodations.

“Travel has been fundamentally altered by the pandemic. Now more than ever, people are in search for far more meaningful and purposeful travel—the slow experiential kind of journeys in safe, secluded and sustainable destinations, conscious of the impact on the community. Siem Reap is a perfect match for all these reasons,” says Rey Moraga, front officer manager of Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor.

Bookings are open now under the “For the love of Captivating Cambodia’ offer that runs to 28 February 2022, for stays up until 31 March 2022. Besides extending complimentary credits for dining, wining and wellness, Accor also offers flexible reservations, offering peace of mind to guests in unforeseen circumstances.

From 15 November 2021, fully vaccinated travellers can visit Cambodia without quarantine, provided they carry evidence of a negative PCR test conducted no longer than 72 hours prior to travel, and take a rapid test upon arrival.

Cambodia boasts an 88% vaccination rate of its 16 million population, with booster shots currently being dispensed. The success of its nationwide vaccination campaign gave Cambodia the confidence of fully reopening its socio-economy activities and reinstating international tourism.



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