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.
Mar Pages – Once in a Lifetime Journey
Being an Aman junkie for a long time, I must say that Bensley Collection Shinta Mani goes one step further in service. The attention to detail in the villas and shared spaces is sublime without being pretentious, but the truly personalized service of the hosts are second to none.
Susan Kurosawa – The Australian
Fit for a King – a retreat where pleasure reigns. A stylish haven in every sense.
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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