Shinta Mani Ankgor

Location: Siem Reap & Temples of Angkor | Cambodia

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Shinta Mani Angkor is a boutique hotel in the French Quarter of Siem Reap. In an area rich in history and culture, the Shinta Mani stands out with its contemporary design and a colour scheme that flows throughout the hotel, emanating an air of sophistication and relaxation.
Perfect forThose looking for both luxury and a way to give back to local communities.
In the knowShinta Mani Angkor is a hotel where you can make a difference simply by staying here: a percentage of the room rate goes to the Shinta Mani Foundation to aid the local communities with education, finance, healthcare, employment and sustainable farming. 

Recommended for...

  • Chic Design
  • Boutique Hotel
  • History & Heritage
  • Cultural Immersion

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Shinta Mani Angkor sits in Siem Reap's historic French Quarter, and as well as visiting the unmissable, incredible Angkor Wat - the world’s largest religious monument - the hotel is also a short walk to the night market and Pub Street, which is known for its variety of restaurants and bars.

Rooms at Shinta Mani Angkor

The stylish rooms feature handcrafted furnishings and unique pieces of artworks such as handmade lamps, vintage sculptures and inlaid ceiling art featuring images of Angkor, showcasing a contemporary yet distinctly Khmer design. There are six types of rooms to choose from, two of which have a view of the lap pool and lush courtyard.

For some serious indulgence there are also 10 gorgeous pool villas in the Bensley Collection with their own private pools and Bensley Butlers, alongside touches such as plush beds with tailor-made Khmer-inspired bed sheets and bathtubs under the stars. These two-storey Art Deco-inspired villas allow complete privacy and ultimate luxury under the protection of Siem Reap’s ancient canopy of palace trees.

Food & Drink

There are several restaurants and bars. Head down to Kroya (which means ‘food’ in the Khmer language) for some traditional Khmer food, which fuses local and international ingredients to create innovative and flavourful dishes – try the gourmet tasting menu. For a full Khmer experience, meals can also be enjoyed outside on specially-designed Khmer swings. Have a relaxing drink in the Bensley Bar - named after the hotel's renowned architect Bill Bensley - which sits over the inner courtyard. You can also sip cocktails and fruit smoothies by the pool.

If you enjoy the food, cooking classes are available where you can learn how to make authentic Khmer dishes using fresh ingredients from the local markets.


For some relaxation after a busy day’s sightseeing, visit the hotel spa for a treatment based on traditional Khmer healing techniques such as the popular Khmer Coffee Scrub, which combines white clay and organic Cambodian coffee beans in one revitalising treatment - perfect for unwinding! To cool down after a hot day take a refreshing dip in the lap pool hidden away amongst the foliage.

Activities at Shinta Mani Angkor

A half-day or full-day temple tour will get you up close to the famous Angkor Wat along with the many other beautiful temples dotting the countryside such as Angkor Thom, which is home to an impressive 54 stone figures. Time your visit for sunrise or sunset for particularly stunning views of Angkor Wat.

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Hotel location

Shinta Mani Angkor is only a 15-minute drive from Siem Reap International Airport.

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