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The Leela Goa
5 out of 5
Rs19,000
per night
Feb 21 - Feb 22
4.7/5Exceptional! (435 reviews)

"this is an absolutely amazing property! the general manager mr Shridhar Nair whom we had the pleasure to meet has achieved an absolutely flawless operation which brought the highest satisfaction to us. the service is professional polite and courteous, the new year buffet was incredible, having experienced ..."…"

Reviewed on 8 Jan 2020

The Leela Goa
ITC Grand Goa, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Goa
Rs15,300
per night
Feb 4 - Feb 5
4.2/5Very Good! (52 reviews)

"Very large property spread over 40+ acres of land. Very nice cottages. Water bodies around are best. Swimming pools are very nice and best located. Three restaurants oeprate in this season gives choices of continental, Italian and Goan cusine options. Staff is very friendly and attentive. More than ..."…"

Reviewed on 11 Sep 2019

ITC Grand Goa, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Goa
Le Méridien Goa, Calangute
5 out of 5
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
Rs7,817
per night
Feb 24 - Feb 25
4.5/5Wonderful! (128 reviews)

"Great service at the pool. Excellent staff. I did not like having to pay for mandatory Christmas and New Years Eve parties. We had other plans and still had to pay. We were not informed if these parties before we booked the hotel. We tried to get out of them but was told we could not."…"

Reviewed on 4 Jan 2020

Le Méridien Goa, Calangute
Hyatt Centric Candolim Goa
5 out of 5
Anna Waddo Main Candolim Road, Candolim, Goa
Rs7,000
per night
Jan 28 - Jan 29
4.1/5Very Good! (170 reviews)

"Good hotel at the candolim. Very courteiuos staff."…"

Reviewed on 2 Jan 2020

Hyatt Centric Candolim Goa
Novotel Goa Candolim Hotel
5 out of 5
Anna Waddo, Main Candolim Road, Bardez, Candolim, Goa
Rs7,049
per night
Feb 16 - Feb 17
4.1/5Very Good! (221 reviews)

"Very good hotel for stay .breakfast very delicious"…"

Reviewed on 18 Jan 2020

Novotel Goa Candolim Hotel
Taj Fort Aguada Resort & Spa, Goa
Rs8,800
per night
Jan 27 - Jan 28
4.4/5Wonderful! (287 reviews)

"Great location. Property is really nice. Room maintenance can be better"…"

Reviewed on 17 Jan 2020

Taj Fort Aguada Resort & Spa, Goa
ibis Styles Goa Calangute - An AccorHotels Brand
4 out of 5
Survey 166 7, Naikawaddo, Calangute, Goa
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
Rs4,249
per night
Feb 17 - Feb 18
4/5Very Good! (128 reviews)

"The hotel was modern clean and had every amenity required. The staff went out of their way to help us in any way they could from breakfast to bike hire. Good value"…"

Reviewed on 21 Nov 2019

ibis Styles Goa Calangute - An AccorHotels Brand
Novotel Goa Resort and Spa
5 out of 5
Pinto Waddo, Off Main Candolim Road, Candolim, Goa
Rs6,949
per night
Feb 19 - Feb 20
4/5Very Good! (107 reviews)

"I had gone through for a college reunion. It was ideal for that purpose. There were a hundred of us and there was enough space and facilities in the hotel for the purpose."…"

Reviewed on 22 Jan 2020

Novotel Goa Resort and Spa
Goa Marriott Resort & Spa
5 out of 5
Miramar Beach, Panaji, Goa
Rs12,599
per night
Feb 5 - Feb 6
4.4/5Wonderful! (336 reviews)

"The staff were very friendly. There was a rancid smell in the common hallway leading to the room"…"

Reviewed on 26 Dec 2019

Goa Marriott Resort & Spa
W Goa
5 out of 5
Vagator Beach, Bardez, North Goa, Vagator, Goa
Rs14,949
per night
Jan 28 - Jan 29
4.5/5Wonderful! (57 reviews)

"The location of the property is excellent. There is lots of greenery around. Views from the Rock pool are amazing but nothing unique. Spa is really good."…"

Reviewed on 29 Nov 2019

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About Goa

For many visitors, the beaches of Goa are the best holiday destination in the world. Beaches are spread out along the Arabian Sea coastline for more than 120kms from the northernmost at Arambol to the south at Talpona. Goa is not lacking in cultural and historic attractions either with highlights that include the World Heritage Bom Jesus Basilica and Fort Tiracol.

Don’t Miss

Goa’s beaches all have different personalities that suit different kinds of visitors. The area at the back of Baga Beach is party central and suits younger visitors. South Anjuna and Calangute are close by and alternate options for those who don’t wish to be so near the action.

Arambol, Mandrem and Candolim in the north and Benaulim and Colva in the south are the best beaches for those wishing to relax or enjoy a romantic break. The selection of activities is good too. All beaches offer great swimming, while dolphin-spotting, diving and snorkelling trips are the popular choices in select locations.

Colva is famed for the beautiful Our Lady of Mercy Church. Bom Jesus Basilica, St Francis of Assisi's Church and Se Cathedral are all located at Old Goa and high on the lists of places to visit for tourists. Panjim is the capital of Goa and its attractions include Church Square, 18th June Road, Adilshahi Palace and the nearby beaches at Dona Paula, Miramar and Bambolim.

Restaurants and Bars

Goa is one of the best places in India for a delicious meal. A mix of fresh seafood, Indian and Portuguese cooking styles and dishes from other countries including Greece and Mexico offers wonderful choices. A good proportion of the eateries occupy prime beachside locations. Biriani solachi kadi and mouth-burning vindaloo curries plus the dangar fishcakes are the flagships of local dishes. Pancakes, beer and fruit shakes are found on many menus. Tito's Lane in Baga is nightclub central with famous names such as Café Mambo and Cape Town.

Shopping

There are shops selling souvenirs at all of the main beach resorts in Goa. Shoppers can buy colourful cotton sarongs, loose trousers and T-shirts. Religious statues, woodcarvings, bead necklaces, pictures, plates and even Goan cooking herbs are among other items. A trip to the Wednesday market in Anjuna is a must for tourists. Panjim’s 18th June Road has quite a few upmarket shops for a more peaceful shopping experience.

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