Bill Bensley has conjured a very special way to to live, and sleep, through these regal two-levelled residences, set in lush private gardens. The intuitive Bensley Butlers are there when they’re needed, invisible when they’re not. Traditionally trained and endlessly resourceful, our butlers work miracles with a smile.
Each spacious villa overlooks its own serene green garden through floor-to-ceiling glass windows, with an outdoor bathtub and rain shower to spy on. In the living room, bold murals evoke the folds of Khmer king Jayavarman’s robes – famed for his pioneering spirit, it’s only right this trailblazing stay should pay him tribute.
Included in your stay
- Sumptuous daily breakfast for 2 persons
- Private pick-up and transfer service
- Fast track immigration on arrival at Siem Reap International Airport
- 1 day Siem Reap exploration with your Bensley Butler
- Personal Bensley Butler
- Unpacking on arrival and packing before departure
- Welcome beverage and amenities
- Complimentary Laundry Service (No dry clean)
- Pocket wi-fi device guests can use with own phones during stay
- Welcome Bottle of wine
- Daily seasonal fruits
- Complimentary mini bar with local beer and soft drinks, replenished daily
Villa Floor Plan & Elevation
Custom-made furniture, handcrafted light fittings and artwork bringing Khmer lore to life. Even sleeping here is an indulgence, thanks to blissfully comfortable beds, Khmer-inspired bed sheets, personalised pillows and golden bamboo bedside towers.
Eloise Basuki – Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia
In Siem Reap the Bill Bensley designed Villas at Shinta Mani Wild aren’t just a lesson in luxury, but also offer guests a dose of history and humanity.
Kathryn Romeyn – Architectural Digest (USA)
Acclaimed architect-landscaper-designer Bill Bensley is behind the entire eclectic Shinta Mani compound in Siem Reap (comprising three hotels), but the high-end villa-based Bensley Collection, which opened in December 2017, is like its radiant crown. He loaded the ten supremely livable two-floor villas—featuring indoor/outdoor tubs and showers, verdant private rooftops, and black-and-white-tiled lap pools with opulent details such as sculpted walls that mimic ancient King Jayavarman’s robes. Each accommodation comes with its own butler.
Gisela Williams – Departures
Bensley believes that as magisterial as Angkor Wat is, it shouldn’t be the only reason you visit Siem Reap, let alone Cambodia as a whole. [...] Our first stop was one of the Prasat Chrung temples—an intimate, moss-covered ruin we had completely to ourselves. For the next two hours, we were able to escape the huge tour groups, then take a dramatic drive through the Death Gate along a dusty path in the jungle toward Ta Nei Temple.
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