Manita Resort, Ko Samui
Manita Resort, Ko Samui
Manita Resort, Ko Samui
Manita Resort, Ko Samui
Manita Resort, Ko Samui
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Manita Resort

Ma Ret, Ko Samui

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eve_henninger
22 Jan 2020
Manita resort is perfect for people who want a sense of luxury, without paying a silly amount. Located right on Lamai Beach, I felt like my seaside bungalow was an escape to paradise. Short walk to plenty of shops and restaurants, while still feeling nice and secluded and private. Although I definitely preferred the beach, their is a nice pool available as well. The rooms were pretty top notch. Very clean, daily room service, private porch. The bathrooms were wonderfully large with a shower that wasn't right next to (or on top of) the toilet for a change! Big mirrors, comfy beds, hair dryer, large wardrobe with hangers, safe, fridge, kettle, cups and sink provided. Air con and fan system available also. Their partner resort just next door, the Grand Manita has a spa and massage services available as well. The staff were generally quite nice also. Only downside was that we have a local friend who lives just across the road and he always recommends this place to his friends, hence bringing them business. However, the staff would give him a hard time for walking through the property to join us on the beach, which I found incredibly odd. But I guess the bright side to that is that the staff really do care about providing maximum privacy for their guests. Unless for whatever reason I wanted to stay on the there side of the island in the future, or I was on a tight budget, I wouldn't consider staying anywhere else but the Manita Resort, I absolutely adored it.
irenecamilla
04 Mei 2017 - Keluarga
Great service and friendly helpful staff. Clean bungalows, quiet and privat. Close to the Beach. Wonderful with the sea breeze and the sound of the waves so close by. The Beach low tide when we were there - which is great if you have children who are not strong swimmers yet.. Swimming pool at the sister bungalow Next door - about 30 meters.
AlexandersMummy
23 Mar 2017 - Berlibur dengan teman
We stayed in two bungalows while doing a spa cleanse at a spa just along the beach. It was my first visit to Thailand - I love Thailand. Staff were so kind. Bungalows couldn't be any closer to the sea ! They were not glamorous but they were very clean and affordable and the location so close to the beach is worth so much more than plush furnishings! Our beds were very comfortable. Everything worked well including the fridge - so my bottled water was always cold. The pool belongs to the sister resort but with the sea so close we didn't go near it. We hired mopeds - organised by resort - great rate and very smooth planning. Well situated for Lamai and Chaweng/Bophut with taxi's and songtuk's from outside the front gates. Affordable/Clean/Lovely staff/Fabulous views/ right by the sea/comfortable beds. Highly recommended.
Alice F
12 Apr 2016 - Wisata sendiri
On the north east side of Lamai, very quiet and quaint bungalow. Very friendly staff and thoroughly enjoyed my stay! I understood that the resort does not have a pool, but it is directly on the beach. The resort next door has a pool, there was no false advertising. The staff was great.
TinksEyeView
21 Jul 2015 - Keluarga
Reading reviews for the Manita is a bit like reading about Jekyll and Hyde and it is only upon arriving at the resort that the reason becomes clear, you see there are two resorts on one plot of land, sharing an entrance way, reception and only slightly different names but very different resorts. One the Manita Resort and one the Grand Manita Beach Resort. I hope this review helps anyone looking at either resort as they are both lovely, just different. We stayed in the Manita Resort side for a month and my mum came out for two weeks. At the far end of Lamai on the way to Chaweng you will find the two Manitas. It's a good twenty minute walk to the main area of Lamai however there are shops, masseuses, restaurants and bars dotted along the way. There is also a bicycle hire just down the road for those who don't want to hire a moped, walk or take songchaews. The location was pretty ideal for us, we liked the quiet but could walk or cycle into a bit more civilisation in only a few minutes. Lamai has a huge Tesco Lotus so anything you forget at home can be easily picked up. The wifi was mostly awesome but as the resort filled up it became less so. At the entrance you have the shared reception on your right, just past this on the grand side there are beautiful paved walkways leading to newly refurbished spacious rooms and bungalows closely sat together surrounded by lush tended plants and lovely wooden sun loungers and chairs, the coconut trees are safely stripped. And on the other a sand track leading to dated bungalows generously spaced out, surrounded by gardens and scrub with white plastic sun loungers and chairs and laden coconut trees. As falling coconuts kill more people than sharks do each year, we were careful where we sat. When we arrived there was a large area of long grass filled with butterflies which was cleared bit by bit until it left a rather barren space. Not sure what they plan to do with it but it is large enough for a bungalow or two. In the Manita resort side the bungalows and rooms are basic and clean. We were in the front bungalow right on the beach and had a little outside dining table, chairs on a verandah and sun loungers, we spent endless hours sitting watching the sea, it was peaceful and beautiful. Our room was a good size and they cleaned it and replaced the towels every day. Our front door needed a hip check to close properly and all the front doors are secured by a heavy duty padlock which was a bit off putting at first but we got used to it. My mum had a wardrobe but we only had shelves which were covered in old plastic advertising. Any furniture we had was clean and functional although with either paint splashes, tape residue or both, the flat screen TV mentioned in the booking was in fact a huge 70s box one, but we didn't watch it so not really an issue. Our mattress was firm like most everywhere in Asia and sat atop a wooden box with gaps all the way around, which for an arachnophobe was a pretty terrifying situation but it was ok, the bugs could come in the inch gap under the door or any of the ones in the ceiling. We killed 2, 3 inchers and invested in industrial bug spray which was the end of any bug sitings thankfully, Mum didn't have any spiders but suffered a little from Mosquitos however she did leave her door open constantly. We had several live in geckos which we loved as they eat bugs and we were paying only about £20 per night. One thing to note about the front bungalow is that there is police postbox on the back of it and armed police regularly turn up to take things from it 24/7 which was a bit scary the first time it happened at 2am. Had someone told us it might not have been so alarming and we got used to it after the first few times. The Grand Manita side is more expensive per night, although still not actually expensive. It has a beautiful pool which you can see from your bungalow the other side of a line of trees dividing the two resorts. if you are from the Manita Resort side you can use it however it costs a hefty 100b per day per person fee, So £4 a day for a couple and £8 for a family. Lots of reviewers mention this and the management blame Expedia, agodo, booking and the myriad of other websites they promote the places through, so I think it is now a case of buyer beware. Having not stayed on the grand side I cannot comment on the rooms however the reviews seem lovely, with large airy clean rooms and comfortable beds. The grounds are tended and the rooms cleaned by a small legion of women who were all lovely and friendly. We liked the space of the Manita Resort, the Grand Manita Bungalows were all a little too on top of each other for us. We did not like having to pay for the pool but had to as the sea level was low when we visited making swimming in the sea impossible. Each resort caters to a different price bracket, both are clean and well tended. The Manita really was pretty ideal for us and if we were to cone back to Samui would stay there again.
Lokasi
146/21 Moo 4, Tumbol Maret,146/21 Moo 4, Ring Road
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Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
1 PM
Waktu check-out:
noon
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Di mana alamat Manita Resort?
Manita Resort beralamat di 146/21 Moo 4, Tumbol Maret,146/21 Moo 4, Ring Road
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Manita Resort?
Waktu untuk check-in di Manita Resort adalah mulai dari pukul 1 PM dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul noon
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Manita Resort?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Kolam Renang
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
Apakah di Manita Resort tersedia fasilitas kolam renang?
Ya, di Manita Resort tersedia kolam renang yang bisa kamu gunakan.
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Kolam Renang
Wifi
Parkir
Restoran
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Kursi berjemur di kolam renang
Taman
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan tidak diperbolehkan
Fasilitas Umum
Teras
Restoran
 

Review

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4.5
Dari 11 review
Kebersihan
5.0
Kamar
5.0
Lokasi
4.0
Layanan
4.5
Nilai
5.0
Pasangan
4
Keluarga
2
Wisata sendiri
1
Berlibur dengan teman
2
Bisnis
0
eve_henninger
22 Jan 2020 -
Manita resort is perfect for people who want a sense of luxury, without paying a silly amount. Located right on Lamai Beach, I felt like my seaside bungalow was an escape to paradise. Short walk to plenty of shops and restaurants, while still feeling nice and secluded and private. Although I definitely preferred the beach, their is a nice pool available as well. The rooms were pretty top notch. Very clean, daily room service, private porch. The bathrooms were wonderfully large with a shower that wasn't right next to (or on top of) the toilet for a change! Big mirrors, comfy beds, hair dryer, large wardrobe with hangers, safe, fridge, kettle, cups and sink provided. Air con and fan system available also. Their partner resort just next door, the Grand Manita has a spa and massage services available as well. The staff were generally quite nice also. Only downside was that we have a local friend who lives just across the road and he always recommends this place to his friends, hence bringing them business. However, the staff would give him a hard time for walking through the property to join us on the beach, which I found incredibly odd. But I guess the bright side to that is that the staff really do care about providing maximum privacy for their guests. Unless for whatever reason I wanted to stay on the there side of the island in the future, or I was on a tight budget, I wouldn't consider staying anywhere else but the Manita Resort, I absolutely adored it.
irenecamilla
04 Mei 2017 - Keluarga
Great service and friendly helpful staff. Clean bungalows, quiet and privat. Close to the Beach. Wonderful with the sea breeze and the sound of the waves so close by. The Beach low tide when we were there - which is great if you have children who are not strong swimmers yet.. Swimming pool at the sister bungalow Next door - about 30 meters.
AlexandersMummy
23 Mar 2017 - Berlibur dengan teman
We stayed in two bungalows while doing a spa cleanse at a spa just along the beach. It was my first visit to Thailand - I love Thailand. Staff were so kind. Bungalows couldn't be any closer to the sea ! They were not glamorous but they were very clean and affordable and the location so close to the beach is worth so much more than plush furnishings! Our beds were very comfortable. Everything worked well including the fridge - so my bottled water was always cold. The pool belongs to the sister resort but with the sea so close we didn't go near it. We hired mopeds - organised by resort - great rate and very smooth planning. Well situated for Lamai and Chaweng/Bophut with taxi's and songtuk's from outside the front gates. Affordable/Clean/Lovely staff/Fabulous views/ right by the sea/comfortable beds. Highly recommended.
Alice F
12 Apr 2016 - Wisata sendiri
On the north east side of Lamai, very quiet and quaint bungalow. Very friendly staff and thoroughly enjoyed my stay! I understood that the resort does not have a pool, but it is directly on the beach. The resort next door has a pool, there was no false advertising. The staff was great.
TinksEyeView
21 Jul 2015 - Keluarga
Reading reviews for the Manita is a bit like reading about Jekyll and Hyde and it is only upon arriving at the resort that the reason becomes clear, you see there are two resorts on one plot of land, sharing an entrance way, reception and only slightly different names but very different resorts. One the Manita Resort and one the Grand Manita Beach Resort. I hope this review helps anyone looking at either resort as they are both lovely, just different. We stayed in the Manita Resort side for a month and my mum came out for two weeks. At the far end of Lamai on the way to Chaweng you will find the two Manitas. It's a good twenty minute walk to the main area of Lamai however there are shops, masseuses, restaurants and bars dotted along the way. There is also a bicycle hire just down the road for those who don't want to hire a moped, walk or take songchaews. The location was pretty ideal for us, we liked the quiet but could walk or cycle into a bit more civilisation in only a few minutes. Lamai has a huge Tesco Lotus so anything you forget at home can be easily picked up. The wifi was mostly awesome but as the resort filled up it became less so. At the entrance you have the shared reception on your right, just past this on the grand side there are beautiful paved walkways leading to newly refurbished spacious rooms and bungalows closely sat together surrounded by lush tended plants and lovely wooden sun loungers and chairs, the coconut trees are safely stripped. And on the other a sand track leading to dated bungalows generously spaced out, surrounded by gardens and scrub with white plastic sun loungers and chairs and laden coconut trees. As falling coconuts kill more people than sharks do each year, we were careful where we sat. When we arrived there was a large area of long grass filled with butterflies which was cleared bit by bit until it left a rather barren space. Not sure what they plan to do with it but it is large enough for a bungalow or two. In the Manita resort side the bungalows and rooms are basic and clean. We were in the front bungalow right on the beach and had a little outside dining table, chairs on a verandah and sun loungers, we spent endless hours sitting watching the sea, it was peaceful and beautiful. Our room was a good size and they cleaned it and replaced the towels every day. Our front door needed a hip check to close properly and all the front doors are secured by a heavy duty padlock which was a bit off putting at first but we got used to it. My mum had a wardrobe but we only had shelves which were covered in old plastic advertising. Any furniture we had was clean and functional although with either paint splashes, tape residue or both, the flat screen TV mentioned in the booking was in fact a huge 70s box one, but we didn't watch it so not really an issue. Our mattress was firm like most everywhere in Asia and sat atop a wooden box with gaps all the way around, which for an arachnophobe was a pretty terrifying situation but it was ok, the bugs could come in the inch gap under the door or any of the ones in the ceiling. We killed 2, 3 inchers and invested in industrial bug spray which was the end of any bug sitings thankfully, Mum didn't have any spiders but suffered a little from Mosquitos however she did leave her door open constantly. We had several live in geckos which we loved as they eat bugs and we were paying only about £20 per night. One thing to note about the front bungalow is that there is police postbox on the back of it and armed police regularly turn up to take things from it 24/7 which was a bit scary the first time it happened at 2am. Had someone told us it might not have been so alarming and we got used to it after the first few times. The Grand Manita side is more expensive per night, although still not actually expensive. It has a beautiful pool which you can see from your bungalow the other side of a line of trees dividing the two resorts. if you are from the Manita Resort side you can use it however it costs a hefty 100b per day per person fee, So £4 a day for a couple and £8 for a family. Lots of reviewers mention this and the management blame Expedia, agodo, booking and the myriad of other websites they promote the places through, so I think it is now a case of buyer beware. Having not stayed on the grand side I cannot comment on the rooms however the reviews seem lovely, with large airy clean rooms and comfortable beds. The grounds are tended and the rooms cleaned by a small legion of women who were all lovely and friendly. We liked the space of the Manita Resort, the Grand Manita Bungalows were all a little too on top of each other for us. We did not like having to pay for the pool but had to as the sea level was low when we visited making swimming in the sea impossible. Each resort caters to a different price bracket, both are clean and well tended. The Manita really was pretty ideal for us and if we were to cone back to Samui would stay there again.
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