Vacations are great. We all wait eagerly for them. We map out the most loved tourist's spots to check-in in those places. Goa obviously is one of them. But as soon as we arrive here, along with the sun and beaches we are greeted with the thousands of people that think just like us. Too much crowd sure does add to the vibe of the place but there’s no denying that it kills it too.
So what to do when in Goa, to take a kickback from excessive crowds? Well, Goa boutique hotels are the best answer. Heritage best resorts in Goa for accommodations & luxury in solitude, what else does a tourist want?
Read on to know the Best Resorts In Goa which are also the most unique locations to stay at.
If you are searching for the embodiment of the term rewind then all your searches halt at Pousada Tauma. The Ayurvedic treatments available here will rejuvenate your mind soul and body and you’ll forget what hectic means. Even though for a few days. It’s a landscape boutique hotel with architecture so astounding, that your heart is certain to skip a breath. Once you are here you’ll agree that no place else could have been a better location for this wonderful marvel. It is located at the corner of Goa’s 2 most beautiful beaches namely Arpora and Calangute. Walk for less than 15 minutes and you'll find your feet being washed away from either of these beaches’ waves.
A free beach shuttle service is offered. There are 12 suites with different themes. Choose your pick accordingly.
Price: From around 20,000 rupees per night, plus tax.
Address: Near D'Mart, Porba Vaddo, Calangute, North Goa. Ph: +91 (832) 2279061.
Presa di Goa Country House
If you are an old soul just like me and swanky technopark resembling hotels are not your thing then we exactly know what fits your bill. Enter Presa Di Goa and you’ feel you’ve entered a new century. The homestead is very Portuguese in its look and feel. The colonial house is tucked away in a quaint little village. Don’t fret over the word village, its distance at 10 minutes from Calangute and Baga is almost negligible.
Price: Expect to pay around 5,500 rupees per night, plus tax. Breakfast is included.
Address: 353/1, Arais Vaddo, Nagoa, Calangute, North Goa. Ph: +91 (832) 2409067.
Ask a couple fond of art and history where are they staying when they visit Goa next we can bet the answer will be no different than Casa Severina. The place resembles an old Portuguese house. The vibe of the boutique is very Portugal/Spanish in nature with the decorations being on point. Once here, you’ll find yourself to be in close proximity to Calangute and Candolim beaches. Children below 12 years are not allowed that means this the most peaceful place in Goa that it can be.
Price: From around 5,500 rupees per night, plus tax. Breakfast is included.
Address: Senhor Francisco Road, near Saint Anthony's Chapel, Gaura Vaddo, Calangute, North Goa. Ph: +91 (832) 2275696.
Shanti Morada, a subsidiary of the famous Delhi’s Shanti Home lives up to the expectations of any Shanti visitor. The place is unique because it is the right blend of contemporary architecture and historical tradition. People who like to have the best of both worlds are especially content in this Portuseguese style constructed Luxury Tree Houses in Goa. If you are one of them too then you know where to head to when the next time you head to Goa. This sophisticated boutique is about 100 years old. The Portuguese mansion is located in the village Saligao which is very close to the beaches Bagha and Calangute.
The USP of the hotel is Ozone filtered swimming pool and antiques as old as 300 years.
Price: From around 6,000 rupees per night, plus tax.
Address: 8/123 Bairo Alto Vaddo, Saligao, North Goa. Ph: +91 (832) 2278888.