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Angkor Hub Siem Reap

in Cambodia 🇰🇭        ✉️

has closed for coliving, it offered:

🚪‍ private rooms from €360/fortnight €720/month 👯‍♂️‍ dormitory beds bunk from €190/fortnight €370/month 🥈high ranking,  small coliving, 🏬 town, 🧲 hub, 📶 fibre, 🎦 callroom, 👩‍💻 workations, ⌨️ ergonomic coworking, 🌷 garden, 🚲 bikes, 🚕 pickup, 🧬 impact, 🚌 transit,  all south-east-asia  variable capacity tropical 🍽 meals half-board inclusive 💬 Wrong details?

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A really good place to work and to stay! I didn't know in advance that was possible to stay here as co-living, but I'll come back to Cambodia and for sure to here. The working place is perfect to get things done, there is an outside area with fans and inside one with A/C and fans. I totally recommend the place to people that want to get things done and enjoy a great group of people and a fantastic city. Aside from that I also recommend doing the temples visit using a mountain bike! Hope is useful! And thanks again to the AngkorHUB team, see you guys soon!
I had a great time at AngkorHUB. I really was very productive. Jeff the owner is extremely friendly and welcoming but also efficient. Lots of serious people getting work done there, but also made good friends when we took time off in the evenings/weekends. Internet was very fast. Food great. Rooms clean. Near the center but also just far enough to be quiet.
I don't have any other co-working spaces to compare against, but I can't imagine you need more than this. Really good internet connection, a professional and quiet working environment. Talk is limited so that everyone gets their work done. Friendly conversations about everything happens during the family-style lunch. The team that runs the place are super helpful and knowledgeable about Cambodia and Siem Reap. I learned so much, and was recommended awesome things to do and people to connect with for transport when needed. Check out their website, they have more up to date travel information than anyone else, and if you have any questions they can surely help! If you like cats they have two you can pet. Breakfast, lunch and drinks at reasonable prices. For dinner they sometimes invite all currently at the HUB out together. Other events as well. So this is awesome for people who want to socialize. Only thing that could be better is their chairs, for a guy of my height they didn't provide the best back support. Thanks for everything Jeff and Martin!
Great place to get stuff done and meet a few expats and locals too. They picked me up late from the airport and brought me straight to my lovely clean/big room. I have to say it's fun to just wake up in the morning, cruise downstairs to find a bunch of people working, order an espresso and get to business. I found it attracted tech/IT start-up types and a few marketing/social media nomads. They had fast reliable internet 24/7. Everyone is quite nice there and I found the family-style lunches to be quite charming. Also it's right next to the main nightlife attractions if you're looking to balance work and play.
AngkorHUB is the perfect one-stop solution for nomads. For a reasonable price you get the everything included - 4G sim, airport transfer, healthy breakfast and home cooked vegetarian lunch. Need your laundry done? That's included too. They have a solid internet connection, great coworking facilities and even a separate skype room, all with 24 hours access if you want to put in extra hours. The biggest feature for me, was the access to the community. They are super friendly and will connect you up with locals and other nomads, organise community meals, and look out for you. OK maybe I lied a little bit, the biggest feature might have been getting access to their two super friendly cats who lapped up a petting whenever I could dish it out... When you step out of AngkorHUB you will find a bustling city filled with cheap meals, a strong drinking culture (we're talking 50 cent draught beers), laptop friendly cafes and of course the Angkor Wat temple complex just a few km up the road. It's the perfect place to come for a longer stay, a visa run, or even a holiday break.
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