We stayed there only once (we came from the hotel in front: New Angkorland which was fully booked).
It was the first time in my life that I stayed in a guesthouse; and I was a little bit scared.
There are two types of rooms: with or w/o airco. Don't hesitate, get the one with air-co. It cost us 15$ (w/o was 8$).
So, for this price you get: a decent bed, a sofa, a television, a fridge, a wardrobe and airco.
OK, the bathroom is not very nice (but it sometimes aslo happen in more expensive places).
OK, the linen are not very clean and not changed during our stay (three nights).
OK, people at the reception were not very friendly and speak almost no English.
Still, I was helped by my Cambodian wife so this was not really an issue for me and after one day they became more friendly. Rooms are cleaned every day.
All in all, a good deal for the price. You get also free wifi, but the signal is weak in the room (even if we were on the first floor). So, I just went down in the lobby and it was fine there.
If you expect to get 5* services, just go in a 5* hotel. Good location.
Very unimpressed with service at check in. Staff were very disinterested. The room is cheap so I didn't expect much but it is very run down. The towels in particular are on the thin side and the sheets barely clean. Luckily we only stayed 2 nights. You can definitely do better in siem reap. Look elsewhere.
I paid seven usd for a single and was quite impressed initially. There was a good TV, view, bathroom OK, twin beds comfy. There was a slight musty smell and I had a funny feeling about it. Down the side of the bed I could see there was some kind of droppings, but assumed they were from a Gheko.
I came home in the evening. The guy who gave me the key asked if I wanted a massage and I said no. I went up, put TV on and settled in.
About thirty seconds later a huge rat crawled out from under the bed, and disappeared into the bathroom. I went into the bathroom and it had disappeared. The outlet on the floor didn't have a grill so it had obviously gone straight into it.
I had to go back into the room and check all the other places. The beds were kind of sagging and went right down to the floor. There were droppings but no more rats. The cupboard top was very dirty but OK.
Luckily the toilet door closed securely, so I plugged the outlet with the bin weighted with my rucksack, and closed the door, leaving the lights on. Slept, checked out pronto next day.
If this (huge) issue was dealt with, then the place has potential as it was well furnished and (until my roommate appeared) good value. Personally, I only stay in singles with just me in them.