The 1863 is inspired by the year of the establishment of Cambodia as a protectorate of France, creating the beginning of the Chaktomuk Period, merging the west to the east and starting the birth of the kingdom’s modern history after Angkor. This Suite is also connected to The 1937.
This “Mane Royal Family Two-Bedroom Suite” is a tribute to the royal family’s way of life at that time, where a king sized bed overlooks the seating lounge spilling towards the large balcony with views of view of the sunrise at early morning, garden and a daily life of local people. Gold is the predominant color in the room and a classic 19th century style vanity opens towards the large bathroom and the walk in closet.
The triangle shape in the roofs of the pagoda, incense holders, spirit houses, and traditional flower holders form the style and look of the room.
The 1937 pays tribute to the height of art deco mania as it hit Cambodia this year with the opening of the Central Market, a futuristic domed structure built to exemplify the golden age of jazz in the kingdom. This Suite is connected to The 1863.
This “Mane Royal Family Two-Bedroom Suite” has a king sized bed with art deco details, an indoor bathtub and an intimate balcony. Soft furnishings reflect the high design period combined with Cambodian trims. The small balcony overlooks the pool.