Hotel Monalisa

Address: Chitwan National Park, Sauraha, Chitwan District, 0002, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Chitwan National Park, Sauraha.
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  • Restaurant
  • Bar/lounge


  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Free parking
  • Kitchenette
  • Pets allowed


  • Suites


  • Shuttle bus service
  • Room service
  • Kids activities or Babysitting

TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Monalisa Sauraha

Reviewed by carlosherbane

Lovely jungle

Reviewed Oct 4, 2014
by (35 reviews) Newcastle , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

This is a wonderful place to stay. First and foremost the staff are so kind, friendly and helpful. Nothing is too much bother. The rooms are comfortable and spacious and the place is in a great location. I would definitely recommend this to anyone wishing to be comfortable and in a good location.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Monalisa Sauraha

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Sauraha

Week 2: Pokhara & Chitwan Safari

A travel blog entry by danmottau on Jul 21, 2014

4 comments, 16 photos

... of tourists pouring in hour by hour. A small handful of us instead found a cool place to sit and caught up on our adventures. We headed off to the elephant bathing pool not long after, where I was relieved to see the elephants playing around in the water free of their harnesses and giant saddles. Our group had the opportunity to swim with the elephants but I still couldn't bring myself to join in, knowing that the same money made from the swim continued to support the poor treatment ...


A travel blog entry by diberry on Apr 18, 2014

22 photos

... time we were shown to the garden where they had set up a huge BBQ with tables and chairs around it. It was a lovely setting with candles on the tables and they brought loads of pieces of chicken to each table. It looked delicious but I didn’t dare have any so Dave manfully sacrificed himself and ate my share too!!! Then there were 2 meat dishes plus vegetables, rice and chapattis. I had a little rice (but wished I hadn’t later on!!!)

Then we sauntered back to our room and ...


A travel blog entry by katec777 on Feb 22, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... almost every room in the house. 3. Everyone shares the same pair of jandels when you go into the bathroom. Awkward thing is I'm pretty much Big Foot over here so the don't really fit. I just flop around with half my foot hanging over the back. (Lucky for them my verrucas have gone!!) 4. When driving I swear they use the horn just for the hell of it! And all the trucks and buses have all these awesome different tuned horns kind of like dukes of hazard! 5. Crossing the road ...

Trust me ..... And we did!

A travel blog entry by andreascully on Jan 10, 2014

... is better for us - as if! He also keeps spelling Varanasi - Baranasi so we're convinced it's some completely different place we'll end up. Even better he says that he'll take part of the cash and Santosh will take his cut when we meet him - all sounds very James Bond spy thriller to us. Anyway for £10 each it's a bargain and saves us £90 over flight .... Scarily ...

The Old Bazaar Gut Destroyer

A travel blog entry by cdrewitz on Dec 03, 2013

5 comments, 5 photos

... you let me love her" to Kevan in Africa, in everything they do, including talk to a girl, The Nepali people are the kindest.

It's not isolated to a family, a town or even a region, Kevan and I have said time and again, this is the friendliest country we've ever traveled in. "Namaste!" is called out from the mountain villagers to store owners in Kathmandu alike. Apart from the bus stations and airports, there are virtually no touts. "Yes please" and "thank ...