Shinta Mani Angkor and Bensley Collection Pool Villas


Your place to call home in Cambodia that combines upscale service, environmentally sensitive architecture, and a leafy, tranquil setting all within the charming French quarter of Siem Reap – welcome to Shinta Mani Angkor and Bensley Collection Pool Villas.

When you’re not meandering your way through lush gardens to your wing’s majestic mosaic-lined pool or rounding off the day with a carefree sunset stroll along the nearby river promenade, you’ll be feasting on modern Cambodian cuisine as you unearth the future of authentic Khmer cuisine at its Kroya by Chef Chanrith restaurant. All-day dining is promised at its second eatery, Baitong, that serves up Khmer street food as well as nourishing breakfasts and moreish cocktails. Or what about stopping by the Khmer Tonics Spa for a COSMOS-certified treatment that promises sublime serenity using organic products that are sustainably made – Shinta Mani is all about kindness to both planet and people.

Speaking of kindness, perhaps the most special aspect to Shinta Mani Angkor’s story is its embodiment of responsible tourism. The Shinta Mani Foundation was set up to provide Cambodians opportunities to overcome poverty. Since 2003, its School of Hospitality has graduated close to 300 citizens from under-privileged backgrounds to propel them into a brighter future. 1,755 water wells, 123 homes and nearing 15,000 health check-ups for children.

Elegant interiors, a sustainable ethos, authentic dining experiences and rejuvenating spa rituals covered, adventures are there for the taking at Shinta Mani Angkor too. Just 15 minutes away by tuk tuk are the UNESCO World Heritage Temples of Angkor Wat. From a once-in-a-lifetime lunch in the Pong Keoy jungle temple seen by only a few travelers to sunset cruises on Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake, the wonders of Cambodia are calling…


Shinta Mani’s founder was described by Architectural Digest as a ‘pioneer in sustainable hotel design’, which hints at what you might expect from the kindhearted but contemporary design language spoken at the Angkor resort. Capturing the mystical wonder of nearby Angkor Wat and blending it with Siem Reap’s dynamic art scene, the decor is vibrant, plush but with a palpable sense of peace.

The hotel’s eponymous acclaimed architect Bill Bensley has crafted 105 rooms spread across two wings – the smaller Angkor Wing and the Bayon Wing each with their own palm tree-lined pools and restaurants. The setting gives rise to a quiet, courtyard-like community teeming with alluring amenities. Choose a ground floor room with patios opening onto the pool beyond, or head upstairs if you’d prefer a balcony view.

Ten exquisite Bensley Collection Pool Villas are tucked away behind the Bayon Wing in the Angkor gardens where a private Bensley Butler will tend to your every need. These two-level residences boast plenty of space, including bathroom pavilions with outdoor baths for a heightened sense of luxury. The pinnacle feature is the rooftop sky lounges where star studded suppers and sleepovers beckon nightly.


• Two restaurants
• Two swimming pools (villas have their own private pool)
• Two pool bars
• Air conditioning
• Locally sourced products
• Gym
• Khmer Tonics Spa
• Curated experiences


• Boeng Mealea & Banteay Srei
• Khmer Cooking Classes
• Kompong Khleang Floating Village
• Kompong Pluk & The Flooded Forest Adventure
• Local tours & Excursions
• Shinta Mani Foundation CSR Trip
• Siem Reap River Promenade
• Wellness Spa & Treatments


Siem Reap (REP)

Shinta Mani Angkor enjoys a quiet and leafy setting within the French Quarter of Siem Reap – just a 15 minute by tuk tuk from the UNESCO World Heritage Temples of Angkor Wat.

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