Value for money but a little out of town
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Grand Manita offers rooms in a main building with not-so-private patios, or villas with verandas dotted in a lush garden.
Both options offer good value for money. Rooms are large with indoor seating areas, air-con, WiFi, fridges and TV and are furnished with wood and rattan pieces including a dressing table, plus crisp white bedding, black and white photos and hardwood floors. The large bathrooms have bathtubs and rain showers, rock-clad walls and skylights. A swimming pool with bar and massage sala are located at the seafront with deck chairs lining the beach and pool. The restaurant offers both Thai and Western fare at reasonable rates. Heading towards Chaweng, Grand Manita is 100 metres past Manhathai, before the entrance to Beach Republic, on the sea side of the Ring Road.
By Romi Grossberg
Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.