Hotel de la Paix is located in Siem Reap, Cambodia and has gained popularity for its opulently designed accommodations, although the luxurious hotel's social mission is just as hot a topic. The hotel has partnered with corporations and NGOs to facilitate a variety of initiatives from hospitality trainee programs and sewing school to its partnership with MasterCard, which provided over 900 bikes to local schools.
Architect Bill Bensley designed the stunning facility and paid tribute to local temples and the surrounding nature in his work. In addition to its three-story spa and world class restaurant, the hotel also runs the Green Gecko Project, a program now responsible for feeding and educating over 100 local street children and their families.
While staying at the moderately priced hotel, guests are encouraged to participate in several of the initiatives, providing a unique opportunity for travelers to revel in world-class luxury while not forgetting their socially conscious values.
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