Overlooking paddy fields and salt pans, the Sun Village Hotel enjoys an elevated position. Goa was once ruled by the Portuguese and still has many influences left today. The local markets have a bustling atmosphere where you can haggle for local silk, spices, fruit and vegetable`s, souvenirs, jewellery, carpets and carvings. The local cuisine uses rice, fish or coconut to make great delicately spiced curries and fine seafood dishes.
Distance from Airport:
Rooms sleep between one and three people
All have * bathroom/shower * WC * TV * fridge * balcony/terrace * air conditioning * (certain amenities may be payable locally)
Location and Resort:
The Sun Village Hotel is in a peaceful area in its own landscaped gardens. A large statue of Helios, the sun god, stands at the entrance to the resort. The nearest beach is Baga Beach which is about a mile away and the hotel has a shuttle that makes the short journey every two hours. There are good local watersports and even a chance to go dolphin watching. The property has 135 rooms spread across four floors.
Eating and Drinking:
The hotel has three restaurants and two bars. The restaurants include an a la carte option and an open air barbeque and grill restaurant. *CHRISTMAS DAY AND NEW YEARS EVE GALA MEALS INCLUDED*
The hotel has two swimming pools and a children`s pool.
This hotel in Goa will appeal to families and couples looking for a quiet resort with good on site facilities and easy access to the beach.
Couples and Families