Navutu Dreams, a Siem Reap hotel, is the first property in Cambodia to be selected for the prestigious Condé Nast Johansens’ Global Collection. From the publishers of Vogue, GQ, Traveller and Glamour, Condé Nast Johansens is the leading reference guide for independent travelers. Each property is annually recommended by a member of their team of expert on the ground.
With a focus on luxury spas and romantic getaways around the world, the Global Collection was easily taken with Navutu Dreams’ stand out services. The trio of Italian owners firmly believes that a Siem Reap hotel does not necessitate a casual approach to service and comfort. Johansens’ calls their boutique retreat a “chic European resort style” married with “Cambodian scenic beauty.” In comparison to the area’s other accommodations, the resort hardly falls under the category of a simple Siem Reap hotel and this is exactly what Manfredi, Maddalena and Giovanna dreamed of when they built Navutu Dreams.
As Johansen’s most recent selections hail from Italy, East Sussex and Saint Barthelemy in the Caribbean, the team at Navutu Dreams is pleased to be recognized as a power player in the international luxury travel arena less than a few years after establishing a presence in Southeast Asia with their first location, Navutu Stars Fiji.
Johansens highlighted the daily yoga schedule and its various schools of thought and types of instruction. Additionally, Navutu Dreams was chosen above every other Siem Reap hotel for the focus on personalized hospitality. The resort is limited in guest capacity but certainly not in size. With an abundance of space for visitors to spread out and unwind, the Navutu team can provide each guest with meticulous service. A sprawling tropical getaway surrounded by manicured garden walls, lush rice fields and sugar plantations, this Siem Reap hotel is proud to be recognized as a luxurious Southeast Asian oasis. A step above and worlds away, this tropical resort is in high demand so be sure to book your ultimate romantic getaway well in advance, especially during high season (November through April).