Delivering experiences that change lives for our guests and in surrounding communities alike, Shinta Mani Hotels are designed by co-owner Bill Bensley whom Architectural Digest calls “a pioneer in sustainable hotel design.” Each of our small properties reflects its natural and cultural environment, providing heartfelt hospitality that supports the people, animals and ecosystems of Cambodia through the Shinta Mani Foundation.
Shinta Mani Foundation
Shinta Mani Hotels and Resorts exist to support the work of the Shinta Mani Foundation – your stay with Shinta Mani really does benefit the people, communities, animals and ecosystems of Cambodia.
Pauline O’Neill – TripAdvisor
Open doors - open hearts is the mantra of the Shinta Mani Foundation and all that it encompasses and achieves. It not only opened our heart, but we left a little piece behind with these wonderful, welcoming and giving souls.
Designed by architect Bill Bensley, the boutique hotel is part of a community program that lets guests meet locals from rural Cambodia and help support the Shinta Mani Foundation.
Condé Nast Traveler
Bangkok-based American designer Bill Bensley created spaces that are serene and minimalist yet theatrical, with rectangular columns, recessed doorways, and other dramatic features inspired by the architecture of Angkor.
The Shinta Mani Shack is a solid, gently eclectic four-star hotel in central Siem Reap, offering simple rooms and a couple stylish suites clustered around a pool. With its all-day restaurant serving comfort food, this is an ideal hotel for those seeking familiarity with a touch of modernity.