Shinta Mani Shack
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Shinta Mani Shack (formerly Resort) is a charming property in Siem Reap which has retained its authenticity. Just 15 minutes away from the Angkor Wat Temples and within walking distance of local restaurants it's a great base in this culturally rich city.
At a Glance
Great value option in Siem Reap - we love it
Beautiful hotel with a central location in Siem Reap
The atmosphere at the hotel is very relaxing and the service is excellent
Enjoy poolside treats as you relax after exploring the temples
Make sure that you visit the Made in Cambodia Market held at Shinta Mani Shack every Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday & Thursday for some of the best artisanal products in Siem Reap!Scott Dunn team
All rooms have beautiful views over the pool but if you want to walk directly from your private terrace to the pool choose a Garden Room.Scott Dunn team
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Shinta Mani Shack or take a look at our itineraries to Siem Reap
Designed by Bill Bensley, Shinta Mani Shack (formerly Shinta Mani Resort) has a fantastic sense of place combined with stunning modern and fresh feel. Located in the leafy French Quarter near to both the Old Market and Royal Gardens this boutique property is the perfect retreat in Siem Reap. The resort has recently been re-designed and is proving to be a popular choice with our guests for a place to stay whilst exploring the temples of Siem Reap.
All of the 62 rooms are located in a courtyard style around the beautiful swimming at the heart of the hotel and either benefit from a private balcony or terrace. Each room has a its own unique design with bold statement custom designed furniture and hand crafted light fittings alongside artwork exclusively created for the hotel by Bensley Designs. There are interconnecting room options for families.
Service at the hotel is exceptional and the staff are always on hand with a bottle of water, ice cream, refreshing cold towels, mosquito spray and anything else you may need to make your stay comfortable. Dining here at least once is recommended as the food is sublime.
The hotel is well located to explore Siem Reap's historical sites - Angkor Wat is just a 15-minute walk away whilst downtown Siem Reap is about a 10-minute walk away so easy to walk to the markets and local restaurants.
There are just three room categories at Shinta Mani Shack - Junior Suite, Poolside Garden Room and Pool View Room. There are interconnecting options available for families. Rooms are similarly furnished with a slightly rustic design.
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. 32sqm.
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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. 32sqm.
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 meter 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.
Children are welcome to stay at Shinta Mani Shack and there is a good pool for them to enjoy and child friendly menus in the restaurants. However, there is no kids club.
There are two restaurants at the hotel - Kroya and Bai Tong. Kroya's menu mostly consists of traditional Khmer cuisine and Bai Tong serves international food as well as local street food throughout the day.
Location & Directions
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Shinta Mani Shack is centrally located in the French Quarter of Siem Reap between the Royal Gardens and the Old Market Area just a 15-minute walk from Angkor Wat.
When to go
Cambodia is hot all year round and the best time to visit is during the dry season, which runs from November to April. It starts to get wetter in May and the wettest months are September and October. It is still possible to visit during this time as rain usually falls as short sharp storms. November is a fantastic month to visit Cambodia as it is very green after the rainy season and the lakes and rivers are full of water.