This was a lovely place to stay for the four days we spent in Panjim. It was easy walking distance to the town, the bus terminal and restaurants. The room was lovely and big, we had a twin. It was quiet at night and the breakfasts were delicious, a different choice every day. Roy and Sharon were very accommodating and helpful. Only one down side, the beds were hard
Small family run hotel in the heart of Panjim. Rooms are nicely sized. Rooms are spotless. Breakfasts are some of the best that I had in India. The hotel is in a heritage building, the owners were very helpful with suggestions.
This quaint little guest house in the heart of Panjim had just about everything that I could have asked for - a clean room and bathroom, a large and comfortable bed, proximity to where I needed to be and a decent breakfast. The place itself had the idyllic atmosphere of an old Goan house, complete with its well preserved wooden furniture and high ceilings. And it’s surroundings were peppered with an amazing variety of bars, cafes and restaurants within walking distance. But what elevated the quality of my stay here was the hospitality of my hosts Roy and Sharon. They were both incredibly welcoming and knowledgable and a delight to converse with and Roy also went out of his way to help me out with a difficult situation. I may have only stayed for one night, but I would have…
The Latin quarters are a quaint section of Panjim and the property is located right in the heart, close to the IC church & Altinho. In fact it is one of the traditional houses that make the place so special.Close to the sights and the eating spots, it is a great base to explore the city.
This is such a quaint little house! We had such a nice time staying here and the staff is very friendly and obliging. We were a group of 6 with a 3 year old kid and we all had a comfortable stay at Hospedaria. The house itself is an antique, Portuguese heritage and a rooms are spacious, comfortable and clean. Everything was perfect!