Senior Management Appointments at Shinta Mani Hotels

Senior Management Appointments at Shinta Mani Hotels

Mr Sokoun Chanpreda, Managing Director of Hospitality Management and Development Asia (HMD Asia) and owner of Shinta Mani Hotels, is pleased to announce the following senior management appointments. Both Amara and Kenan bring new vitality and global expertise to their respective roles which will ensure the brand and hotels remain key players in the industry and in Siem Reap.

Amara Colenthier

Amara Colenthier

Ms Amara Colenthier, Villa Manager, Shinta Mani Angkor – Bensley Collection

Amara grew up and studied hotel and restaurant management in Paris. Her strong professional background and experience in luxury hospitality make her the perfect choice for this role.

“I am excited to join Shinta Mani Hotels and to welcome guests to our exquisite pool villas at Shinta Mani Angkor – Bensley Collection. My goal is to offer our guests a unique, bespoke and totally memorable experience.”

Amara is of French Khmer ancestry and is thrilled to return to her Khmer roots and work for Shinta Mani Hotels.

Kenan Moumin

Kenan Moumin

Mr Kenan Moumin, General Manager, Shinta Mani Angkor and Shinta Mani Shack Angkor

Kenan’s strong experience in upscale and luxury resorts make him the perfect custodian and manager of these two properties. His work includes assignments with Starwood and Marriott in Central China as well as Accor Hotels, where he was part of the renowned Accor Executive Leadership Program in Australia, before joining Shinta Mani Hotels.

“I am delighted to be a part of Shinta Mani Hotels, managing the prestigious Shinta Mani Angkor and Shinta Mani Shack Angkor, which have been ranked among the top hotels in Asia by Conde Nast Traveller (USA) and TripAdvisor on numerous occasions throughout the years” said Kenan.

“Whilst continuing to raise the bar and create unique guest experiences, my ultimate goal as General Manager is to build a business focused on sustainable tourism, which supports Cambodia’s cultural heritage and gives back to the local community through the Shinta Mani Foundation.”

For more information, please contact Shinta Mani Hotels on

Tel: +855 63 964 123

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The Shinta Mani Hotels & Resorts portfolio also includes:

Shinta Mani Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Shinta Mani Angkor is an upscale boutique hotel created by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley, showcasing just 39 contemporary designed rooms and public spaces in an Angkorian-inspired design. Previously known as Shinta Mani Club, it enjoys a tranquil and leafy setting within the French Quarter of Siem Reap – just a 15 minute Remork ride from the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat.

Shinta Mani Shack Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia

The Shinta Mani Shack Angkor is a boutique resort centrally located in the leafy French Quarter between The Royal Gardens and the Old Market Area just 15 minutes from Angkor Wat. The courtyard-style resort’s 62 rooms enjoy a surprisingly different “Bensley twist” with direct access or first floor balcony views over the stunning swimming pool and flourishing tropical gardens. Four additional suites offer expansive rooms and balconies; two suites overlook the pool while the other two have views over the leafy streetscape.

Bensley Collection

An exclusive collection of super luxe hotels and resorts resulting from acclaimed American designer and architect Bill Bensley. Recognised for his distinctive, elegant deco inspired design, Bensley is the creative force behind many of Asia’s most celebrated and beautiful hotels, resorts and residences. The first Resort under the Bensley Collection brand, Shinta Mani Angkor – Bensley Collection, will be joined in December 2018 by Shinta Mani Wild – Bensley Collection, a private sanctuary like no other, located in the remote jungle terrain of Kirirom.

Shinta Mani Foundation, Cambodia

An integral part of the Shinta Mani collation is the Shinta Mani Foundation, which seeks to be a leader in responsible tourism. The goal of the Shinta Mani Foundation is to enhance the lives of the individuals in the local communities where the resorts operate – by increasing their human capital and providing them the tools to overcome the constraints of poverty.


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