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From the sugar palm tree–fringed, black granite lap pool to the dangling daybeds where you’ll enjoy the decadent breakfast buffet, the Shinta Mani offers just the right mix of drama and comfort. Full review →
Sister property of the sparkling Hôtel de la Paix, the Shinta Mani may be older, but it remains one of the best values in Siem Reap.
A renovated 39-room hotel a ten-minute walk from the town center and a 15-minute drive from Angkor Wat. Full review →
Conveniently located in the heart of the French Quarter and set in a magnificently restored Colonial mansion, Shinta Mani is a wonderful hotel.
Not only will you sleep and eat in luxurious style, your money will also help support projects bringing clean water, transportation, and jobs to underprivileged communities. Full review →You can choose between a poolside room and a garden view.
Established as a training institute to give disadvantaged youth a helping hand into the tourism industry, the hotel has rooms featuring designer bathrooms and sleigh beds. Full review →
American interiors whizz Bill Bensley has worked wonders at Shinta Mani Club boutique hotel in Siem Reap, which seduces with soft lighting, fragrant scents and stylish mod-Cambodian design. Full review →
The Shinta Mani Club is one of the most unique hotels in Cambodia. Full review →
Idyllic, modern urban resort in a quiet side-street a short walk from the centre. A model of modern responsible tourism, the hotel is run as part of the Shinta Mani Foundation.
On a quiet street, behind a splashing fountain and surrounded by tropical foliage, this boutique-hotel occupies an old post office. Although the furniture is somewhat scuffed and the... Full review →
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. Full review →
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