UPDATE: Since we stayed at Shinta Mani Club it is now called Shinta Mani Angkor, we’ve changed the website links and contact details below within our review.
Chances are if you’re heading to Cambodia, then you’ll be going to Siem Reap, the gateway town to the ancient temples at Angkor. And if you’ve been temple sightseeing all day under the hot Cambodian sun then you’ll want somewhere with an inviting pool that feels like an oasis of calm; somewhere where happy faces, heartfelt smiles and a cold towel greet you at every turn.
It’s hard not to love Shinta Mani Club; the location is great, the interior design is cool and the staff are some of the friendliest hotel staff we’ve ever met. It’s truly a home away from home, albeit an incredibly luxurious one with some of the most beautiful flower arrangements made from hand crafted lotus flowers, that you might ever encounter.
But even the loveliest of places don’t always suit a vegan traveller, so we checked in to check out how vegan friendly a stay there could be.