The hotel is wonderfully located at the indian ocean and offers best services and environment for... See full review
Oct 6, 2010
Park Hyatt Goa - EXCELLENT
This resort was everything we wished for. It was the best vacation we've ever had, in fact. ... See full review
Oct 24, 2009
Luxurious beachfront resort set amidst landscaped gardens
Escape to a paradise of tranquility, relaxation, and luxury at Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa. This five-star resort in Goa boasts of an enviable location along the Arossim Beach amid 45 acres of landscaped gardens featuring scenic lagoons and waterways. This sophisticated beachfront resort seamlessly blends elegant grandeur with the distinct regional design and character evident in the Indo-Portuguese structures. Accolades about Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa include Favorite Destination Spa and Favorite Leisure Hotel in India from Conde Nast Traveller India Readers's Travel Awards, as well as Asia's Leading Resort from World Travel Awards.
At Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa, vacationers can be pampered at Sereno Spa or take a dip in one of India's largest swimming pools with water slides. Tourists can also savor sumptuous gourmet culinary delights at the several in-house restaurants and relax at the lounge bar or poolside bar. The deluxe resort also has flexible indoor and outdoor event venues, tennis facilities, daily yoga program, and Camp Hyatt for younger guests.
3 Reasons To Stay:
Beautiful beachfront location and picturesque landscaped setting
Recreational facilities such as swimming pool, spa, and lawn tennis
Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa Rooms
After an activity-filled day, holidaymakers can kick back and relax in any of the 250 pousada-style rooms and suites that echo sophisticated regional design. The chicly appointed units offer a spa-inspired sunken bath and feature scenic views from the private veranda or balcony. Room amenities include complimentary Internet access, air conditioning/heating, cable/satellite LCD TV, safe deposit box, tea/coffee maker, and writing desk. Suites come with living area.
Things To Do:
Big Foot Cross Museum (6.0 mi / 9.6 km)
Shri Mangesh Temple (9.38 mi / 15 km)
Menezes Braganza House (10.63 mi / 17 km)
Basilica of Bom Jesus (11.86 mi / 19 km)
Goa Science Center (11.86 mi / 19 km)
Se Cathedral (12. 5 mi / 20 km)
Goa State Museum (12. 5 mi / 20 km)
Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary (13.13 mi / 21 km)
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Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
This resort was everything we wished for. It was the best vacation we've ever had, in fact.
First, the setting is ideal - it's only a 20 min drive from the airport. You're a 2 min walk from the beach. And, the pool is gorgeous.
husband and I were shocked at the level of service we received during our stay. The staff really made it a point to go above and beyond to make our stay a memorable one. Every encounter with staff was pleasant - everyone ALWAYS had a smile on their face, and I never saw any staff member being rude or negative. Most of the staff are college kids earning their degree in hotel management - they are doing on the job training with Hyatt. Hyatt only takes the top students from the universities, so the staff are the cream of the crop. It really showed. We never wanted for anything.
There were several things we thought needed some improvement:
1. The concierge - we didn't feel that the concierge was very helpful. I don't think Hyatt has a professionally trained concierge on staff...it looked like the hotel management students were doing this job. They hand you a map and circle the touristy sites that people typically see.
2. The nightlife - we felt the nightlife was really lacking at this resort. The happy hour was quite limited, and the entertainment was BAD. They hired a guy to play live music....he sounded like awful 80s karaoke. If you want good nightlife, you'll need to take a 45 min cab ride north, to the Baga beach area.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
The resort offers a dining package - take it! There aren't any restaurants nearby, so you'll probably eat most of your meals on site at the resort's 4 restaurants. We paid out of pocket for each meal. We always took the buffet option, which allowed you to eat foods from all 4 restaurants. Breakfast buffet was 700 rupees/person. Lunch buffet was around 900 rupees/person, and dinner buffet was 1200 rupees/person. So we rang up quite a bill for food over our week long stay. I can't remember how much the dining package cost, but it was a pretty substantial savings.