Holiday Inn Resort Goa
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- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Resort Goa Cavelossim
Great property, expanse of greens complementing the vast blue expanse of the sea. Located right into the heart of south goa (approximately 16 kms from Madgao) reveals contemporary Goan architecture on the mesmeric drive to the resort.
Once inside the resort its Holiday Inn hospitality all the way !!
Kudos to the courteousstaff from check in to check out a pleasure all the way :)
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