Shinta Mani is an experience, not just a place to stay. The hotel features the essence of a bygone age where contemporary Asian and colonial influences blend seamlessly. This boutique 4-star hotel with 18 rooms is located in the heart of Siem Reap's old French quarter, close to the river and a short stroll to the hub of Siem Reap.
The hotel's revenues support its very own hospitality school which every year provides 20 young, underprivileged Cambodians the opportunity and support to train in hotel and catering skills. By staying here, you do not only enjoy a generous selection of facilities and amenities including a spa which specializes in 'body, mind and spirit' treatments, and a restaurant offering contemporary cuisine with an emphasis on fresh organic produce, you are also contributing to the lives of 20 youth who come from some of the most poverty stricken areas of Siem Reap province.
Shinta Mani is located about 6 km from the airport and the historic ruins of Angkor Wat.
NOTE: Shinta Mani is currently undergoing an extensive refurbishment. The Institute of Hospitality will continue to operate during the closure, but no rates are available during this period.
Shinta Mani is expected to open its doors and welcome its valued guests late 2011 with more rooms and improved facilities.
The Shinta Mani offers a broad range of facilities and services for a boutique hotel, including a bar, business centre with internet access, vehicle rental and tour desk or guests can enjoy the hotel's pool, terrace and gardens.
Its Sanctuary Spa specialises in body, mind and spirit enhancing therapies and guests can take advantage of the fresh, clean flavors of the modern cuisine offered by Shinta Mani's restaurant which uses healthy organic produce in its dishes. There is also an art gallery in the hotel. Guests are not charged a service fee and revenues go to support the hotel's vocational school for disadvantaged local youth.