Shinta Mani Club

The Shinta Mani Club is a small, carefully designed luxury boutique hotel close to the heart of Siem Reap, and offers 39 compact, extremely elegant rooms that brim with state-of-the art simplicity and are tastefully decorated with contemporary Khmer art and photography.

 

Standing on a quiet, tree-lined avenue in the heart of the French Quarter of Siem Reap, Shinta Mani Club is an up-scale boutique hotel created by the renowned architect Bill Bensley. Reflecting a commitment to responsible tourism, this charming property offers luxurious accommodation in just 39 rooms, fine cuisine and excellent service in a traditionally hospitable atmosphere.

ROOMS

 

Shinta Mani Club offers 39 rooms with modern & minimalist interior gracefully decorated with exquisite furniture, furnishings and walls adorned with artwork inspired by Khmer culture.

 

All rooms feature: complimentary Wi-Fi; DVD player and LCD TV with cable channels: tea and coffee-making facilities; fully stocked mini-bar; personal safe; hair-dryer; bathrobes and slippers; complimentary fruit selection upon arrival; choice of pillows; nightly turndown service.

 

 

LOCATION

 

Shinta Mani Club is located in the leafy French Quarter of Siem Reap. It is just a 10-minute walk from the Old Market area and about 15 minutes by tuk-tuk or taxi from the Angkor Archaeological Park ticket office.

 

 

FOOD & DRINK

 

For unforgettable Khmer culinary experiences, Shinta Mani Club is host to the Kroya restaurant, where guests can enjoy unique menus based on fresh ingredients, native herbs and spices, and seasonal, locally harvested produce. Dining is available indoors, in the air-conditioned comfort of the elegant dining area, or outdoors on the Khmer swings. Other fabulous spots for dining or drinks include Bensley's bar, the Pool Bar, and the AHA restaurant, located in the Old Market.

 

 

FACILITY

 

Besides the pool, a spa with four dedicated rooms offers aromatherapy massages, body wraps, body scrubs, hand and foot care and therapeutic facials. A small business center also serves as a common room where guests who have checked out can wait for their onward transport, check email, watch movies or indulge in a book.



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