Working at the Forefront of Creative Experiences in Hospitality and F&B in South East Asia

Creativity & Innovation in Abundance HMD Asia works across three sectors

Sustainability at the heart of what we do

Memorable Brands & Experiences

Our unique approach to ownership and management is embedded in our belief that our hotels should have a purpose and be of benefit to the communities in which we operate, with sustainability and social responsibility at the heart of all we do.

Our passionate owners, designers and management team have decades of experience operating the most admired hospitality businesses in the world, bringing innovative and creative experiences to our guests.

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Shinta Mani Angkor
Shinta Mani Angkor

For over 20 years HMD Asia has been crafting hospitality and F&B experiences for our guests.

Explore the impact of our flagship projects.

  • 1 Shinta Mani Mustang
  • 2 Shinta Mani Wild
  • 3 Shinta Mani Angkor
  • 4 Long Table
  • 5 Bed Supperclub
  • 6 Hôtel de la Paix
  • Shinta Mani Mustang

    The Hidden Gem of Nepal's Himalayas

    This luxury lodge in Nepal’s Mustang district offers an unparalleled wilderness experience in the Himalayas. It blends seamlessly into the environment, balancing comfort and adventure. Guests can explore ancient Tibetan villages, hike rugged landscapes, and enjoy luxurious Bensley-designed accommodations with modern amenities and fine dining. It's a perfect destination for travelers seeking a unique blend of adventure and tranquility.

  • Shinta Mani Wild

    All-inclusive hospitality and conservation experiences

    A luxurious tented camp in Cambodia's South Cardamom National Park, this resort blends refined comfort with adventurous escapades in the untamed jungle. Designed by Bill Bensley, the opulent tents offer breathtaking views over rivers and waterfalls. Guests enjoy farm-to-table dining, bespoke excursions, and a holistic spa, all committed to conservation. Perfect for serenity and adventure, the resort supports Cambodia's endangered species and ecosystems.

  • Shinta Mani Angkor

    Tranquil and leafy setting in Siem Reap’s French Quarter

    Renowned for its elegant design, this boutique hotel offers stylish rooms, a tranquil spa, and an upscale restaurant with Cambodian and international cuisine. Designed by Bill Bensley, the architecture blends traditional Khmer elements with modern aesthetics. With excellent service, luxurious amenities, and a prime location near Angkor Wat, it’s ideal for travelers seeking an extraordinary experience. The hotel also supports local community projects, ensuring your stay contributes to sustainable development.

  • Long Table

    The first destination Thai restaurant in the world

    A well-known, upscale dining venue in the heart of Bangkok, celebrated for its innovative Thai cuisine that fuses traditional flavors with modern culinary techniques and presentation. Located on the 25th floor, the restaurant offers an impressive panoramic view of the city skyline through expansive floor-to-ceiling windows. The chic, stylish interior features a 25m long communal table running through the center of the dining area, which inspired the restaurant's name.

  • Bed Supperclub

    Bangkok's most iconic nightclub for a decade

    Situated in Bangkok’s Sukhumvit area, this landmark dining and entertainment venue was known for its “dine in bed” concept. Housed in a distinctive, futuristic cylinder, it offered international cuisine and hosted numerous cultural events. Despite its closure in 2013, its innovative dining experience and vibrant nightlife remain part of Bangkok’s entertainment memory.

  • Hôtel de la Paix

    Siem Reap's most flagship hotel played host to artists

    Bensley was hired to construct a new hotel where the 50-year-old Hôtel de la Paix once stood. Despite its simple structure, La Paix was known for its prime location, just four miles from Angkor Wat, and its history as a rice storage depot during Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge rule. Before its demolition in 2001, Bensley decided the new Hôtel de la Paix would retain the original's white color to stand out in dusty, gray Siem Reap and ensure easy maintenance.

With a steadfast commitment to innovation and excellence, HMDAsia has earned prestigious awards and media coverage, underscoring our dedication to quality and industry leadership.

Condé Nast Traveller

Daring, boundary-pushing tented camp

The Australian Travel + Luxury

This Is 2024’s Must Trip: Shinta Mani Mustang in Nepal

Condé Nast Traveller - The Gold List 2022

The hotels that never fail to make magic