This quirky little mid-range boutique hotel (that goes for budget prices during low season) makes a fun stay for creative types. Popular with young Asian hipsters, who can generally be found exploring every corner of the property with their iPhones, Reflections is probably one of Siem Reap's most photographed hotels. Murals decorate the exterior walls of the retro house and much of the furniture, such as the sofa covered with fluffy kids toys, looks like an art installation. Each room is different, so if possible, take a look before you settle in. Not everyone wants to sleep with a wall of Barbie dolls. Staff are friendly and breakfasts are okay. As the hotel is located on busy Wat Bo Road, the big drawback is the very public swimming pool within steps of the dusty curb, though most guests don't seem to mind.