Radisson White Sands Resort Goa
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... that consisted of grand pictures of religious figures and Portuguese Governors. John and I are still trying to make out who all the various Hindu Gods and Godesses and their various reincarnations are. We finally managed to book an Indian rail ticket to Hospet (which would enable us to visit the sites of Hampi). It was actually not too bad but gave us an insight into the byzantine world of Indian bureaucracy. First we had to buy a place in the queue to buy a ticket and a ...
... process. The sun is beating down on us, but the sea breeze keeps things "cool". Shortly after our first flip, we were approached by a beach dog, happily wagging his tail and definitely not shy. In fact, after trying to shoo him away, he decided to lay down and tan right beside me. The dog, who's now chilling, is completely ignoring our attempts to get him to leave. Fine - dog 1 MC 0 - we lay down too and all 3 of us tan together. After "Sparkyjeet" leaves, we noticed there ...
... of uncle Maurice's friends. The twin sisters, Maleescha and Pequenina Da Veiga Coutinho. They have a typical Portuguese/Goan home, with a big hall in their house, where they would have wedding parties. In their grand hall they had tables that were made in to sofas, really coo! Their niece Sonia also came to join us, her husband is out on the Sea at the moment so she is there for company.
Driving on, we couldn't find the museum. So after getting ...
... his name to a more fitting ‘Boris Dik-****’ more people would get involved in local politics – even if it meant just being given the licence to say “I’m not voting for DikShit” Or “Yes I’m a loyal DikShite”
“Sand Shortage may Hit Goa” Amazingly Goa, famed for its expansive stretches of endless beaches, exports sand to other beach areas in India such Kerala. But there are now concerns ...
... have to pop into one of the very many travel agents to get them to book them for us, while they take a small 50p commission. We needed two tickets - one to Mumbai and another on onto Agra. You would have thought this was a fairly easy process....... Not!! About 3 hours later we emerged from the travel agents exhausted but successful at having finally booked the Mumbai train - but had to return later that day to see if he could book one onto Delhi. With the whole ...
Historical Traveler Reviews Radisson White Sands Resort Goa Salcette
First of all under no circumstances go for the all inclusive option, unless you want to be shackled to the buffet for breakast, lunch and dinner. We went with First Choice, and in the brochure it said we would have $14 each for lunch and dinner to put towards the bill in the a la carte restaurant if we didn't want to eat at the buffet. When we got to the hotel we were told that this option had gone a year a go but nobody bothered to tell first choice.
The hotel is really nice, great pool and location. The staff are friendly and are very accommodating. The rooms are lovely.
We only ate breakfast at the hotel which is buffet style. The drinks and food are expensive, but there are beach shacks and restaurants (about 7) around the corner, so you dont need to get a taxi if you dont want to.
I do prefer the south and Varca inparticular. I ahve stayed in the north. Would definately stay at this hotel again.
We stayed at this hotel for a week and I cannot fault the service. The hotel was full but because it was so big, we hardly noticed it at all. staff were extremely attentive.
Not to be missed-Radisson
This was my first visit to Goa and having researched hotels and locations I chose the Radisson White Sands. The staff were exceptional-so friendly and helpful. All requests were completed with a smile, even clearing the insects out of our room! Great food was served, good value and quality. It was a pleasure to return to this relaxing and clean hotel after a day of sight seeing. The Ayurvedic full body massage is not to be missed! I would certainly recommend the Radisson without hesitation.
I'm very particularly about where I stay. I did a lot of research before I booked Radisson white sands in Goa.
I managed to pick up a great monsoon package/offer in August 2005. We also upgrade to a super deluxe room.
Rooms are very big, enough to accommodate 4 persons easily.
Overall the complex is very good and the service is excellent, pool is huge
I don't have anything bad to say about this resort.
I would certainly go back to this resort again.
The hotel was well spread out with great rooms with all amenities. The food was excellent. Lots of activities. Will definately be going back.
The beach is very clean and far away from the more popular beaches of Goa. Lots of privacy.
Best in Goa so far
I have been travelling to Goa for many years. Great service in this hotel and v.v.friendly staff. Must dine at the Seafood Beach reataurant! Great pool and endless white sands beach - not crowded.
great place, good food, warm service, beautiful hotel, lots of entertainment for the whole family, affordable rates! couldn't ask for more!
The Radisson is a decent hotel, but they could do a lot to make it a great hotel. The good:
Excellent resort - good food (no ill effects), lovely people, nice climate. Resort was exceptionally clean and had everything you could wish for. Will definitely be going back here!