The Shinta Mani Resort is a newly renovated boutique property centrally located in the leafy French Quartier between The Royal Gardens and the Old Market Area just 15 minutes from the Angkor Wat.
The courtyard-style resort’s 62 rooms & junior suite enjoys a surprisingly different “Bensley twist” with direct access or first floor balcony views to the stunning swimming pool and flourishing tropical gardens.
Poolview Rooms are located on the first floor of the courtyard style resort and all have balcony views over the swimming pool and tropical gardens. Rooms enjoy “a Bensley twist” including mirrored feature wall, custom designed iron bed and hand crafted light fittings.
Poolside Garden Rooms are located within footsteps of the swimming pool and tropical surrounds. Rooms enjoy “a Bensley twist” including mirrored feature wall, custom designed iron bed and hand crafted light fittings.
The Junior Suite is located on the first floor of the Resort with balcony views of the swimming pool and tropical gardens. The 60 sq metre suite with separate sleeping and living room enjoys a retro feel including mirrored feature wall, custom-designed iron king bed and hand crafted light fittings. The suite comes with a separate shower, toilet and bath
FOOD & BEVERAGE:
Bai Tong offers all day dining. Guests may choose from International comfort food as well as Khmer street food. Enjoy indoor and outdoor seating in this cool green space.
Guests may also enjoy the facilities of the nearby Shinta Mani Club including Kroya Restaurant and Bensley’s Bar.
For a unique “local” experience try AHA our restaurant located between the bars and cafes of the Old Market Area. Aha serves tapas style starters as well as main dishes – both complemented by an international wine list. Open daily for lunch and dinner.
SHINTA MANI SPA
Treatments are based on traditional Khmer healing rituals and proven modern therapies to reduce stress and reset inner balance. An instant favorite is the Khmer Coffee Scrub that combines white clay and organic Cambodian coffee beans from the hill tribes of Rattanakiri Province to create an aromatic rejuvenation.