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Shinta Mani Shack

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Travelers' Choice 2019 Winner
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The Shinta Mani Shack is a newly renovated Bensley-designed boutique property centrally located in the leafy French Quarter between The Royal Gardens and the Old Market Area. Each of the courtyard-style resort's 62 rooms & 2 Junior Suite enjoy first floor balcony views or direct access to the stunning swimming pool and flourishing tropical gardens. Public spaces include an all-day dining cafe/restaurant as well as complimentary wifi throughout. The Spa, Bensley's Bar and Kroya Restaurant which are located directly opposite at the Shinta Mani Shack are open to guests for their enjoyment. Shinta Mani strongly supports responsible tourism and community outreach through the Shinta Mani Foundation which is located at the nearby Shinta Mani Shack. The Foundation provides free hospitality training to less fortunate members of the Siem Reap community. A stay at Shinta Mani Shack assists the Shinta Mani Foundation to achieve its goal of creating a bright future for the people of Cambodia. A percentage of all guests daily room rate will be contributed to the Shinta Mani Foundation to support their activities. Guests are welcome to visit The Development Centre at Shinta Mani Shack or speak to staff about how they can make a difference.
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Property amenities
Free Parking
Room Service
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Airport Transportation
Breakfast Available
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference Facilities
Dry Cleaning
Laundry Service
Meeting Rooms
Multilingual Staff
Non-Smoking Hotel
Outdoor pool
Public Wifi
Wheelchair access
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Accessible rooms
Air Conditioning
Family Rooms
Non-Smoking Rooms
Refrigerator in room
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There’s something to be said about always being welcomed at a hotel with a kind smile and a “Welcome Home” greeting. Staying at the Shinta Mani Shack felt like being at someone’s home. The staff was the absolute highlight of the stay. Easily the best staff we ever encountered.
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This was a little touch of luxury - and the staff could not be more helpful or polite. The food was excellent and enjoying a little cocktail or 2 in the pool was heaven. The rooms were clean and tidy and the beds super comfortable with clean crisp white bed linen. The decor was
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The most beautiful swimming pool ever. The staff was the warmest, sweetest, most helpful group of people you could ever ask for. The coffee was tops! I would practically be willing to travel to Cambodia just to stay there, and that's a long way! What can I say, its one of those
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Everything about this wonderful hotel is first class. It is a real gem so wonderfully relaxing after a day at the temples. Fantastic location smiling attentive staff nothing to much trouble. Beautiful room bed felt like we were sleeping on air and spotlessly clean
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It was the most enjoyable trip and the hotel staff was so supportive and the trip management was at par and on point. I loved the places we visited. We will visit next time also and gonna book via TripAdvisor
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Sunset from our balcony
All rooms look out onto this lovely view....
View of pool & garden area from our walk out patio
Depends what you're wanting to do. Angkor is now a major tourist destination. You don't need to pre-book but you need to decide what you want to see and how long you've got. Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom and Bayon are essential. You can squeeze all 3 in a day but you're better off doing it in two chunks. If you're interested in a history then a guide is good and the hotel can advise. But if you just want to gaze then a guide book or even the Lonely Planet is enough. I've been a few times. I was there over Chinese New Year which I found frankly depressing. Thousands taking selfies. But it is an extraordinary place. Just manage your expectations.
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Approximately $22 USD that was with shinta Marni. You probably could do it cheaper. It was a great service though.
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It is a family place, we stayed there in August with another couple with 2 kids and they had a suite for the 4 of them. It is around 10 minutes in a tuk tuk to Angkor Wat. They can also arrange visits to some of the far temples. Don't know about gym because temple sightseeing is already a very good gym experience and with a view :-)
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Yes they were in our room
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"The downstairs bedrooms have loungers on the private verandas the upstairs rooms have a table and chairs overlooking the pool"
"All rooms overlook the pool area and have small balconies"
"Upstairs room"
"Our pool view room was excellent, first floor but no lift!"
"Downstairs with pool access"
$104 - $310 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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