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Rainy weekend at Manori and Manoribel. Took the ferry from Marve ferry and the tonga to the resort.
Good cottage, very basic but ok.
Didnt feel like we were still in Mumbai. Thats the feel and charm of the place. Plenty of indoor games to...More
Oh !! The tree house and those vintage style rooms..
I don't think so you'll get it in Mumbai.
Just attached to beach, this place has got everything for everyone..
Couples, Friends or Family...They can accomodate with a great hospitality..
Just a suggestion, please work...More
I visited MANORIBEL in April, after almost 25 years.
25 years ago I thought it was PARADISE. Today, all I can call it is PARADISE PRESERVED.
In a world where everything is changing rapidly, thank god for MANORIBEL..
First let us understand MANORI, where MANORIBEL...More
Reaching itself is fun... on sumbdys suggestion we decided to go by ferry then by horse cart.. experience was too good luk around the village ... Wen u reach there u will realise how diff is the resort .. leaving that for u too experiecne...More
This resort is built on a very huge and beautiful property surrounded by lush greenery and of course the Manori beach.
We had booked a beach facing cottage for our stay and the cleanliness was up to the mark. The resort cultivates its own farm...More
Response from francesrebello | Reviewed this property |
Hi. The resort allows you to come for a meal and chill out by paying a day charge per head. But as for their policy on unmarried couples staying over, I think they discourage it. But do ask the hotel, coz I'm married and... More
Hi. The resort allows you to come for a meal and chill out by paying a day charge per head. But as for their policy on unmarried couples staying over, I think they discourage it. But do ask the hotel, coz I'm married and even though we are a familiar face there we always show our government identity card when registering.