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For the absurde price of 125€ I booked the only room available, just because the hotel is inside the area of the temple and I could see the rise of the sun. I request the car service from/to airport, they confirmed two days before but...More
Looking at the design and decor, the hotel obviously had a glorious past. However, it has since aged and clearly requires upgrade to its rooms and amenities. Having spent two nights there, my impression is that its main attraction (or could I say its only...More
Manohara resort is a peaceful hotel with well-maintained garden and has a good view of the surrounding mountain range on one side of the hotel. Location wise it was ideal as the resort was within walking distance to Borobudur. In fact, both restaurants at the...More
We first went to Borobudur 23 years ago but only for a superficial visit. Since then we’ve got more context by going to Ankor Wat, Bagan and Luang Prabang; and we know a bit more about Buddhism. So were keen to return and are very...More
From the design features, the hotel has her past glory when tourists enjoyed luxious stay and convenience to visit Borobudur Temple that is just 5 minutes walking distance away. The resort style is never an issue by nature but the lack of maintenance of rooms....More
No. As I remember the rooms slept 3 people maximum. As the bedding choices being 2 twins or a double. The third person using a folding bed. The rooms are comfortable not extremely large. For walking distance and visual... More
No. As I remember the rooms slept 3 people maximum. As the bedding choices being 2 twins or a double. The third person using a folding bed. The rooms are comfortable not extremely large. For walking distance and visual distance this is an excellent choice day or sunrise