Manohra Hotel Bangkok

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

412 Surawongse Rd, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand

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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
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Value Score Average Value

Costs 34% less but rated 28% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Business
  • Families33
  • Couples37
  • Solo43
  • Business56
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    two star hotel

    by

    This hotel is cheap and comfortable although I noticed in Thailand there water is not so clear..its kinda yellow in color..like theyre passing thru an antique pipes.
    Staffs are hospitable..Breakfast buffet was okay..
    But if you are looking for something near the BTS train..you have to walk a few blocks to get there..its not a good place if you are planning to take the BTs sky train to get around bangkok.
    Its less than an hour away from the airport..i paid THB200 for one way by taxi..and the tollway fee will be paid by you and its around THB 70.

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Budget Business Hotel in Bangkok

by SLLiew about Manohra Hotel, Bangkok

Stayed one night at this budget business hotel with some friends.

Basic room amenities. Good location in downtown Bangkok.

Value for money.

Manohra Hotel, Bangkok

by ztz02

Pros: Attractive price
Quality of breakfast was OK
Close to BTS

Cons: Air condition is not controllable.
Shower water is not hot enough 10 minutes walk from BTS station

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Which budget hotel to be recommended? Please advise.

by tinybell

Hi... we would appreciate if any VT members could advise us on where to stay in Bangkok. We trio ladies have confirmed our flight tickets from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on mid July 2006. We are seeking accomodation in Silom area. What about Manohra Hotel Bangkok, Mandarin Hotel Bangkok and Trinity Silom Hotel Bangkok, or any recommended budget hotel around the area? Is there any public transportation for easy access? Thank you in advance. Where other things or tourist attactions that we should not miss (other than shopping and eating?).

RE: Which budget hotel to be recommended? Please advise.

by SKMARH

MANOHRA HOTEL is the best choie in all respects. have a superb free breakfast.

RE: Which budget hotel to be recommended? Please advise.

by adnan1977

For me i better live in ROSE HOUSE. It is near to the Baiyoke hotel and Indra Reagent Hotel. The cost is around US$12 per night. The room standard is 3 stars hotel.
For more information breakfast is not included.

RE: Which budget hotel to be recommended? Please advise.

by tinybell

thanks for your advise!... however, i am wondering woodlands inn is OK or not? How about :- manohra, woraburi sukhumvit, suriwongse tower inn,
a bit far, but feel it value for money :- prince, bangkok city inn.
this one is nice :- sawasdee sukhumvit inn
my budget for triple sharing is around Thai Baht 1000-1200 per room per night (with breakfast inclusive) and also near BTS.

RE: RE: Which budget hotel to be recommended? Please advise.

by mo_adam71

I have booked our at Manhattan. Good avalue for money and near BTS.

RE: RE: Which budget hotel to be recommended? Please advise.

by runwitme

I Like Trinity Silom. It is 3 mins walk to Chong NongSi BTS station, which is a stop away from Saladeang station (Patpong). If you want to test your leg power, you can also walk to Patpong within 15 mins. The hotel is next to a small shopping complex. There are a 7 eleven and a Family mart on the way from the BTS station which I find it very convenient to grab some titbit and drinks on the way back to hotel.

RE: RE: Which budget hotel to be recommended? Please advise.

by jbsmooth

I stayed at the Woriburi in March. It is within your budget and is a very good value for the money. About a 10 minute walk to the BTS but the hotel has a tuk tuk to take you to Sukhumvit. Breakfast is good if you get there before 10:00. One thing to take into account - it is one Soi 4 - as is Nana Plaza and the red light district. The hotel is 5 or 6 blocks down the Soi so it is quiet and there is a nice little rooftop bar and pool to relax after a day in the heat.

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