The Aviary Hotel, a boutique establishment with 43 rooms, showcases Cambodia’s culture, art, and wildlife through its avian-inspired custom furniture and artwork by local craftsmen. In January 2020, the hotel added eighteen Sambok Deluxe Plus Rooms and a rooftop pool.
General Manager Joffrey Thin-Gris aims to make The Aviary Hotel a dynamic and avant-garde destination by working closely with local artisans to celebrate authentic Khmer culture and art. The hotel’s rooms are divided into four categories: Sambok, Tailorbird, Kingfisher, and Sarus Crane, each with a unique design and decor. The new Sambok wing highlights the hotel’s bird-inspired aesthetic with thoughtfully curated furniture and artwork.
Joffrey collaborates with local architects, craftsmen, and artisans to create spaces featuring plush velvet lounge chairs, sustainably-sourced wooden furniture, and traditional elements like brass, twine, and terrazzo. The Sambok rooms also include custom-made pieces by Cambodian fashion designers Eric Raisina and Sirivan Chak Dumas, as well as local artists.
The Aviary Hotel has also introduced The Aviary Square, a dining and retail concept celebrating Cambodian art and culture. The square features brands like Fumizen, The Flock Cafe, Eric Raisina, Sirivan Concept Store, Smateria, and Ambre, offering a diverse range of food, fashion, and accessories.
With room rates starting from USD $113++ per night, The Aviary Hotel continues its mission to become a gateway to Cambodian art and culture.