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Fort Tiracol Heritage Hotel

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If the urge to escape strikes you, visit Fort Tiracol Heritage Hotel. Once an armed fortress that belonged to the Portuguese, Fort Tiracol is now content to spend the rest of its days on a cliff enjoying the kaleidoscopic view of the Arabian Sea and the spectacular estuary of the Tiracol River. It exists in its own space and time on the northern most tip of Goa. The beaches offer you a wonderful respite from the buzz of the city and the hectic life. Fort Tiracol Resort in Goa is a luxury heritage boutique hotel which offers premium amenities to the travel enthusiasts. Expect unmatched beautiful scenery with the view of the Arabian Sea at bay and interiors which are reminiscent of Portuguese culture.
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Property amenities
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Free Parking
Public Wifi
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Laundry Service
Multilingual Staff
Breakfast Available
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Breakfast included
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Non-Smoking Rooms
Air Conditioning
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Dabolim Airport41 km
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An absolutely stunning location to have lunch (or any meal). O top of cliffs overlooking Dolphin bay and Querila beach. The food is fantastic with excellent service. Well worth making the effort to visit
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Myself, my wife and our Daughterinlaw had been to this hotel for a dinner on a full moon night. Wonderful place, scenic spot particularly the table facing the sea and river, very courteous staff- could explain the quality of wines to choose, good food and nice soothing music - n
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What started out as a euphoria filled excellent choice for a one-night stay in a heritage hotel during our Goa sojourn turned out to be an experience which I might never forget in the near future.

Picked up this property after seeing the reviews on Tripadvisor and booked a one-
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Response from RainerStollGM, General Manager at Fort Tiracol Heritage Hotel
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Roshan, While I stand with my staff in apologizing for the unpleasant experience please note the following: That even though just one A/c was faulty – not Broke just not Cooling at Optimum Capacity- you asked for both Rooms to be relocated. We are a sea facing property and yours was our best Room - Friday and during the later haf of October is quite pleasant with just a fan. Nevertheless, we worked on alternate arrangements. While we understand that you were a group – we had made it very clear that there was no Heritage Property of the same level around, but still, you and your wife insisted on being relocated – which is where Hill rock was the only option. It was a very busy weekend and getting the rooms was very difficult but our managers and staff went out of their way to make it happen. We suggested that one family stay at Hillock and one stay at the Fort Tiracol – inconvenient I agree but considering that we did accommodate the dinner and it was only to sleep – could have been an option considering the circumstances. Nevertheless despite the loss of revenue of the one Room that was ok – we still did our best to accommodate your request to relocate both Rooms. The managers - Uttam and Nilisha left since their shift was over and when they left – there was still the very senior F&B manager – Mr. Michael who was around and tried to sort the situation by coming with you to the other property and making sure the dinner was excellent. At no point of the night was your situation not attended to despite you and your group being quite aggressive to our staff. While we are very aware that this was an uncomfortable situation – the A/C having as an issue is not something that could have been foreseen and the staff went out of their way to do everything that they could. Apart from the A/c, the overall experience by your own accounts was as expected and we feel the cost of the dinner and the Added cost of the two rooms at the Hillrock should more than cover the total that you spent. Just to reiterate - one Room had a FAULTY A/c during a time when the weather was not very unpleasant and you were insistent on relocating both rooms - which we did to the best of our ability. Is it our fault that there isn't a Luxury Room inside a fort nearby? I think not. We at the Fort Tiraol heritage pride ourselves on our level of service which is evidenced by the number of loyal repeat guests we have and we regret that you had a bad experience but again we did our best to make your trip salvageable. Regards, Management
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Fort Tiracol is the near perfect getaway for those who are at ease with not being touristy!

This quaint property has fabulous location with a view of the Arabian sea that's amazing in the monsoon. To top that the staff at the hotel deserves a special mention. Nilisha, Francis, L
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The Resort is near to heaven. Amazingly beautiful and peaceful.. we are astonished to see the sea view from our room (Saturday) its bliss.. Additional beauty to the resort is extended by the courteous staff Nalisha , Lawrence, subin and everyone part of it.. we observed the warmt
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Hi, what is the difference between the standard and the deluxe room?
How can one travel from the hotel to baga and calangute? On the map I do not see a road connection...planning to visit in March 3rd week
Fort Tiracol is at he northern most tip of Goa. Earlier the only way to get there was by the ferry (if you're going from Goa). The property borders itself with Maharashtra. So in all 2 ways. 1. By the ferry, exciting and safe. Bikes travel for free am not sure about cars, anyways should be cheap. Downside is the timing, won't be available after sunset. should try once. 2. When you are coming towards Tiracol from Arambol you will notice a new bridge constructed over the river/creek. This will take you inside Maharashtra and then you can drive down to Tiracol. This is a longer route, lonely as well but its a road and you can travel anytime. This route also has a police check post. Hope this helps.
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Are you situated on North or South Goa. How far is the Beach and what is your closest beach.
North Goa - nearest beach is Tiracol - Rocky beach. Sandy beaches are Kerim and Redi - both within a 2km radius
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"Room Saturday has the best views. Essentially take a room on the first floor."
"All seven room are good with sea view"
"sea facing rooms are very good. We did not face any AC noise at all"
"You can choose any room all gorgeous"
"The rooms are named after days of the week. Pick Friday."
US$ 124 - US$ 623 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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