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Rococco Ashvem

Ashvem Beach, Pernem 403527 India
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#2 of 11 hotels in Pernem
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Rococco Ashvem resort is a secluded idyll on the unspoilt North coast of Goa. Rococco has 26 new double beach lodges equipped with western facilities, super deluxe suites and deluxe lodges have panoramic views, located directly on the beach. The resort includes an international style restaurant, and sunset lounge bar. It hosts a range of events and parties throughout the season for uber cool clientele. Excellent service is guaranteed with the owners being an ex-pat from the UK and a Goaphile from Kolkata.
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Free breakfast
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61Somewhat walkable
Grade: 61 out of 100
29Restaurantswithin 1 km
0Attractionswithin 1 km
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Beachguy wrote a review Feb 2020
Pune, India7 contributions6 helpful votes
Nice resort to spend a couple of days at. The Resort is right on the beach. The restaurant is reasonable, beer is cheap and their barbequed chicken is something i recommend. Tip: always ask for the sea facing room. The rooms near the reception are noisy due to the power generator and aircon.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
vijay k wrote a review Jan 2020
New Delhi, India1 contribution1 helpful vote
Just don't. I had booked a room after looking at the reviews and pictures and had paid around Rs. 8000 per night. This was one of my biggest mistake. The room was really small and in a pathetic condition plus it was on the road side without any provision for ventilation. The hotel is being run by some foreigner. I asked her to cancel my room for two days which she refused as it was tourist season. I tried to reason with her that if its a tourist season then she can profits by charging some fee for cancellation and giving the room on premium to some other customer but she refused. I was given an upgrade after huge arguments but still the new room was same, just bigger in size. The resort does not have any kind of security. Any one can enter from any side. I was given a room next to bike shop which itself is pathetic. In breakfast the only thing vegetarians get is poori with sabzi and watermelons and bananas. The only plus point was the front view which you could have got in any resort. We spent most of the time travelling but our mood was spoilt every time we went back to the resort. Thought of going back to the property was enough to spoil your mood. One of the person sought an extension on 2nd and it was provided for Rs. 2000/-. Don't go by reviews, if you are spending more than 2 grands, just don't choose this property. it's not worth the money. They are selling it like premium property which it is not. I would not call it even 2 starts property that too after considering the beach view.
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Date of stay: December 2019
Room Tip: Just don't choose this one If you paying more than Rs. 2000
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Pallavi wrote a review Jan 2020
Pune, India10 contributions10 helpful votes
I am usually a very generous rater but Rococco forced me to change myself. Room- unclean,small,ac doesn’t work no matter what. Beds - I wonder if the sheets have been changed or washed ever. Yes it’s that dirty. Bathtub- I felt dirtier after bathing in the tub since it was that disgusting. Did I mention the AC doesn’t work? Because the rooms don’t have fans. So all you can do is sit and sulk about the AC coz that won’t change. WiFi. Don’t think the hotel has ever heard of it because they give you 3 passwords and link names but I can assure you none of them would work no matter how hard you try. It only asks you to move closer. But to what? Since I was staying right in front of the reception. It probably meant my home WiFi. Coming to breakfast- same options every day. N they charge you 300 for that. Poori. Chana. Oatmeal. Bread. That’s all. Their tea is pathetic and if you want to have coffee you gotta make it yourself with milk coffee packs n sugar. But atleast that would be drinkable unlike the tea. So much so that we decided to celebrate our new year with the next door resort and not rococco. The only reason I rated it poor and not terrible is because of the location coz that’s amazing. And the food from the menu. The food is extremely delicious. Also their front desk manager Susha is a helpful lady and few of the housekeeping folks are fine. Apart from these, it’s pathetic and I don’t see myself staying there ever.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Nomadic_shubham wrote a review Dec 2019
6 contributions3 helpful votes
DON'T. Just DON'T. You'll see Rococco's pictures on the internet, they'll be flowery and pretty. You'll read Rococco's reviews on the internet, all full of praises. You'll book a room at Rococco, it'll be super expensive, and then you'll think "Maybe it's worth it". Well, IT'S NOT. We stayed at Rococco (A couple and a dog) at an exorbitant tariff of Rs. 6,800 a night. The troubles start from when you enter. It's 'premium' only on paper (and price). Unlike most 'premium' properties, you HAVE to pay for your entire stay, at the reception, before you check-in to your room. Weird, but okay. We hauled our own luggage, because 'We didn't ask anyone to get it from the car'. Must've been my fault. The room was puny, with torn rugs, a torn blanket, poorly sewed up in the corner to hide the damage (wow, so premium, right?), had a small balcony which faces the sea (yay!) We had driven for 12 hours, so we decided to take a nap. In the Goa heat (and the 'premium' charge), ACs are basic. Well, we had an AC (no fan) in the room, but it doesn't work in the daytime because of 'load shedding issues'. While they do have a solution to that, a backup generator, it is switched on for 10-15 min, only when someone complains and then, back to square one. Although it is 'premium', you get only a low grade soap, non-branded shampoo and conditioner in the room. The dental kit, although from a 'premium' property is to be paid for. And body lotion, well, no. Now, the night time. We came back from exploring around (we headed out because the AC wasn't working), we open the balcony and voila! There's a bunch of men sitting right under, playing loud music and eye balling women. When we contacted the staff, we were told that it's public space and nothing can be done till 11 PM. LOL The Premium Breakfast Buffet: It's the same food every single day. Bananas, Watermelon, Eggs, Poori, Chana, Bread, Butter and Omelette. They made (sad) pancakes that looked like 'cheelas', one day, but after one serving, they removed it. lol The Housekeeping was super lethargic, so much so, that they even forgot to dust the mats or even clean the used cutlery/crockery in the room. Maybe that's how it is done at 'PREMIUM' properties. We had food (apart from the buffet) only once at the property, I'd say it was nice. Wouldn't take it away from them. Hope they had the same team do the breakfast as well, would've given a break from the monotony, that is their breakfast. Our check-out involved a guy asking my wife and me, thrice "Have you returned the keys?". The same guy saw my wife and me hauling our luggage to the car, but didn't give a flying fox. When I later pointed it out, he said the same thing as he did when we checked in: "You never asked". Well, I would not recommend anyone to waste their money and spoil their mood by staying at Rococco. There're others who do it much better, at much cheaper prices. Spend the money you save on good food, water sports and many other things that Goa has to happen. Once again, DON'T, just, DON'T.
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Date of stay: December 2019
Room Tip: Please don't. The rooms are badly kept. Bedsheets not changed on time. Go somewhere else.
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Raj wrote a review Dec 2019
Mumbai, India1 contribution
Well just back from this amazing vacation which happened to be a part of our anniversary celebration and honestly I am so happy that I changed my mind at the last moment and decided to stay in north Goa... Well well..now lets talk about this amazing resort..it caught my eye during the search and was kinda hooked on to it for its amazing location but became a little sceptical due to few negative reviews on trip advisor, but then I decided to look at the positive side took the plunge and booked it..after booking(on agoda) I received a welcome message from the hotel which was the first indication that these guys actually care.. So I replied and informed them about my apprehensions as well and to my satisfaction received a reassuring message from the resort, well after a long ride we reached the resort and the first word that came in to my mind was "Wow".. we reached the hotel at around 9.30am and Chek in time being 1 pm meant that we had to wait but the Extremely polite receptionist got us an early check in and we were all set by around 10.30 which was amazing.. The room we booked was not sea facing but I became a little greedy and asked the receptionist if the room can be upgraded to a sea veiw one.. and to our happiness one room became available the following day and there we were in an awsome room with full sea veiw on two sides....even breathtaking is an understatement for the veiw..both me and my wife were really happy.. We made sure that we reach the room before sunset and watch the sun go down from our balcony and then would sit there till mid night discussing anything.. The soothing sound made by the waves was so comforting and refreshing that it would transport you in to different world.. Food, hospitality cleanliness all excellent, one of very few pet friendly places in Goa which is a bonus for furry friend lovers, the location is something I am still speachless about... I want to say a big Thank you to the entire team of Rococco for making our stay wonderful .... this beautiful resort will definitely be a part of all my Goa trips henceforth.... My future Goa trips... :)
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Response from RococcoAshvem, Manager at Rococco Ashvem
Responded 4 Feb 2020
Dear Sir , It was a pleasure having you stay with us at Rococco Ashvem. We thank you for sparing your valuable time to evaluate our product and services. We are delighted to learn from your feedback that your visit to our hotel was pleasant and comfortable and that the facilities provided to you were to your satisfaction. Your generous indication of our performance will be a source of inspiration to our staff and this encourages us to achieve even higher standards of service. We look forward to the pleasure of your continued visits and assure you of our best attention at all times. Thank you, Kind Regards, Rococco
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Frequently Asked Questions about Rococco Ashvem
Which popular attractions are close to Rococco Ashvem?
Nearby attractions include Ashwem Beach (1.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Rococco Ashvem?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Rococco Ashvem?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Rococco Ashvem?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Rococco Ashvem?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Rococco Ashvem?
Conveniently located restaurants include Hangout Ashvem, L'Amore Cafe, and Elevar.
Does Rococco Ashvem have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Rococco Ashvem offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Rococco Ashvem?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Rococco Ashvem?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Fort Terekhol (8.5 km).
Does Rococco Ashvem have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.