Shinta Mani Resort,
Cambodia, Siem Reap, North & East
Info : Shinta Mani Resort
Shinta Mani is a fantastic choice for any visit to Siem Reap. The hotel, designed by celebrated architect Bill Bensley was completely redesigned and reopened in 2012 and has an ideal position in Siem Reap. Staying here, you are within easy reach of the Temples of Angkor and just a 10 minute walk to the restaurants and night markets of Siem Reap itself.
With beautiful public spaces and artwork spread throughout the hallways and rooms, this is for guests who like modern Asian design. The prominent colour palette throughout the hotel is black, white and orange, with strong lines and striking design features. With only 39 rooms Shinta Mani is small enough to qualify as an intimate boutique hotel, but has all the facilities you’d expect from a large hotel, with a lovely landscaped pool, spa and attractive grounds, a Khmer restaurant and two bars. Our favourite rooms are the deluxe with private balcony, overlooking the courtyard or the pool area.
Shinta Mani is an ideal option for guests who like sleek modern Asian design, luxurious accommodation and an enviable location in Siem Reap.
Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.
- DVD Player
- Fine Dining Restaurant
- Salt Water Swimming Pool
- Wireless Internet
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Spend 4 nights exploring The Temples of Angkor and 8 nights at luxurious Song Saa island. Save a massive £2650 per person - must book by 28th February 2017.
We were very well looked after during our holiday. Transportation, communication and general organisation (no emergency backup required!) were very good.