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Goa Hotels

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Goa Hotels

Can anyone advise me as to the best place to stay ion Goa. We are in our 70's and would like to go for 2 months january februaru 2011. Not been before and don't know anyone who has. Any advice would be appreciated. We like o stay all inclusive. But is that the best thing to do in Goa? Thank you.

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1. Re: Goa Hotels

Hi would suggest you avoid all incl, no real value in India,

Area you want depends on your needs, North is lively with lots to do both day and night, South is more gentle, a little less crowded, but a bit more expensive, better standard of some hotels. But both north and south have a good selection of hotels and guest houses to offer.

If coming for two months its worth considering renting an apartment, lots to choose from with various standards and sizes.

Edited: 22 September 2010, 13:46
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Thank you so much for your kind reply. I hadn't thought about renting an appartment as we usually like to be waited on! I will certainly look into it. Thank you again. I f you could reccomend a letting agency i would be grateful.

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Hi, for starters you could look at www.ownersdirect.co.uk/india/htm lots of choice on there. Good luck.

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I agree with Stalex, have used Owners Direct quite a few times now to rent an apartment and have not been disappointed. You may also find that the apartments have nicer accommodation than some of the hotels

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I agree that with AI you have paid to eat in the same hotel for your whole stay, so you are going to be less inclined to buy meals out and eating out is where a lot of your evenings entertainment comes from but if the price is not much more, you can still eat out when you feel like it and a good point someone made about AI is you do meet the other guests more often so get to make friends easier

If you really like AI have a look at Dona Sylvia in Cavalossim or Santiago in Baga but personal I think BB at the CSM could suit you

http://www.donasylvia.com/index1.html

http://www.desouzahotels.com/santiago.php

http://csmgoa.com/

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7. Re: Goa Hotels

Now with a web link junefirstInnsbruck .....how many more hotels threads can you find and adveritse/self promote on?

Edited: 03 October 2010, 16:46
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