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This 100-year-old restored Portuguese home—with a lovely front porch—has lots of pizzazz. — Fodor's
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An integral part of its charm is the unusual array of activities: reputedly the largest swimming pool in India, an adorable chocolate box of a theater . . . a cooking school, and an Ayurvedic spa. — Condé Nast Traveler
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At first look, The Leela Goa has an opulent appearance quite contrary to the warmth and impeccable hospitality it stands for. — The Telegraph
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For the old-world charm of an aristocratic family home, stay at this elegant Portuguese villa on the south bank of the Chapora River, now converted into an all-suites boutique hotel. — Fodor's
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The rooms and suites are furnished simply yet elegantly, enlivened by earth and jewel-colored headboards; the bathroom, enclosed by a lattice screen, has a tub, a walk-in shower, and a walk-in closet. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Service is still top-notch and the location impressive. — Lonely Planet
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Run by a husband and wife team, beachside boutique hotel Ahilya by the Sea is a love letter to Goan culture. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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A 45-minute drive from the airport, the Taj Holiday Village offers 140 rooms in terracotta-roofed Portuguese-style cottages set amid palm-fringed landscaped gardens. — Concierge
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This beautiful boutique hotel built of laterite has old Portuguese floor tiles and an abundant, leafy garden, giving it an earthiness and warmth that's especially welcome in this part of town. — Fodor's
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This "beautiful coastal property" is set on 56 acres of tropical gardens and flower-lined patios along a stretch of Benaulim Beach. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Ciaran’s has some of the most impressive huts on the beachfront. — Lonely Planet
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Travelers who appreciate a sense of place love the warmth of the Panjim Inn, a unique hotel in the center of historic Fontainhas. — Fodor's
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This beautiful Portuguese villa, filled with antiques and enveloped in a peaceful courtyard garden, is a romantic and sophisticated old-world remnant — Lonely Planet
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Right in the busy heart of North Goa’s beach belt, India’s first Hard Rock Hotel in Calangute is an elegant place to stay — The Telegraph
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The 132-room Radisson Blu Resort Goa Cavelossim Beach is an upper-middle-range hotel popular with families, and located a 10-minute walk from Cavelossim Beach — Oyster
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A tastefully restored Portuguese-era home that can accommodate up to 10 adults, this is a delightful place that seamlessly combines the comforts of a luxury stay with the warmth of a homestay. — The Telegraph
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Yoga Magic is a creative, naturally built eco-retreat offering nights under canvas in sumptuous tents and daily yoga classes. — The Telegraph
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The excellent boutique rooms at this watersports outfit are stylish with the sort of artistic and soulful vibe that goes with the attached gallery, wholefood Prana Cafe, yoga shala and surf shop. — Lonely Planet
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With its boho aesthetic, perma-soundtrack and fashionable guests, India's first W hotel brings some chic Ibizan vibes to northern Goa — The Telegraph
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These basic but charming cottages at the southern end of beautiful Patnem beach are wonderfully tranquil. — The Telegraph
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