In dimension $n\geq 3$, there cannot be any sort of bound on the multiplicities which does not depend on some geometric input. This is because it is a theorem of Colin de Verdière (mathscinet and article (in French)) that:
If $M^n$ is a closed (smooth) manifold of dimension $n\geq3$, then any sequence $0=\lambda_1<\lambda_2\leq \lambda_3\leq\dots\leq \lambda_m$ is the first $m$ values of the spectrum of $\Delta_g$ for some metric $g$ (taken with multiplicity).
In fact, I'll remark that a theorem of Lohkamp has generalized this to the following result (mathscinet and article)
Given $M^n$ closed with $n\geq 3$ and $0=\lambda_1<\lambda_2\leq \lambda_3\leq\dots\leq \lambda_m$, as well as constants $V > 0$ and $K < 0$ there is a metric $g$ whose first $m$ elements of the spectrum agrees with the given sequence (with multiplicity) and also has
$Vol(M,g) = V$ and $Ric_g \leq Kg$.
On the other hand, in dimension $n=2$, there is such a bound, depending only on the topological type of the surface, due to Nadirashvili (mathscinet and article).