How Does The Shinta Mani Club, Cambodia's Best Boutique Hotel Tempt You?
In the old days, the only people lucky enough to visit Cambodia were Foreign Office workers and protagonists of Graham Greene novels. In recent years, their linen suits and Panama hats have been usurped by the dreadlocks and regrettable tattoos of gap-yaaar students and fake hippies.
So, if the idea of hostel dorms that smell like the changing room of your local squash club have been holding you back, now is the time re-think!
There’s A New Kind Of Hotel In Siem Reap..
Designed by architect Bill Bensley, the exceptional Shinta Mani Club features 39 unique, Angkorian-inspired rooms and is set in the tranquil and leafy French Quarter of Siem Reap – just a 15-minute ride from the ancient magnificent temples of Angkor Wat - the largest religious building in the world. The intricate stone carvings and sheer majesty of the countless temples take 3-4 days if you want to see it all but trust me; it’s a place you’ll never forget.
By night, you can join the local revelry in town, sample fine Khmer street-food, wander the markets and nightlife or simply relax and dine in style at the finest boutique hotel in Cambodia.
Siem Reap is just the perfect place to discover the spirituality of The Orient and now you can do it in style and without having to mix with backpackers!
- Stay in the lap of luxury away from the crowds
- Get spiritual at Angkor Wat's mind-blowing temples
- Incredible photo opportunities
- Khmer street food is some of the best I've tasted
- (Be sure to try the pumpkin and coconut soup!)