For an immersive experience while staying in Siem Reap, the Shinta Mani Angkor offers wonderful Khmer-inspired rooms and the chance to contribute to community programs in rural Cambodia as this luxury hotel proudly supports the Shinta Mani Foundation. Located just a five-minute walk from the Old Market and Pub Street, you’ll be perfectly placed to explore your surroundings at your ease.
The boutique hotel offers just 39 rooms so you can be sure of warm, personalised service of the highest quality. Rooms offer city or pool views, and each has a flat-screen cable TV, private bathroom with luxury toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers.
During your stay here, make sure to check out the sumptuous spa and spend some time in the outdoor pool. There’s also an art gallery and a library for you to enjoy and after a long day out visiting temples, replenish your spirits at the Indochinese Restaurant which offers a variety of Khmer and international dishes as well as Cambodian cooking classes. Drinks are served at the rooftop bar and café, Bonnalay.
Clean water, bicycles and education for all
The Shinta Mani Foundation provides education, financial assistance and healthcare to Cambodian youth. They have built 1310 wells and 97 homes, sponsored 229 graduates through school, funded 641 bicycles, facilitated over 4000 medical appointments and contributed 55 micro-loans. They measure their impact regularly and continue to be a major contributor to the region’s development – Shinta Mani is a true leader in responsible travel.
Award-winning free hospitality school
The Shinta Mani opened a free of charge hospitality training school in 2004 to provide underprivileged Cambodian youth with skills to secure future employment.
Pioneering healthy and natural vegetables
Through a partnership with the World Vegetable Center and USAID, Shinta Mani have developed an experimental farm dedicated to the development of durable crops without the use of pesticides and harmful fertilizers. They are using age old practices by planting natural pest repellants like Marigolds and Lemongrass, and are also using specific seed selection to promote natural farming.