Not bad, but had better A review of Radisson White Sands Resort Goa

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 only place you can eat (apart from the snack bar)on the all-inclusive option is the buffet and it gets very boring after a couple of days.

Also everything is so cheap even in the hotel that the all inclusive is a waste of time, especially as the staff haven't got a clue what's included as apparently there are five different all inclusive packages depending on what part of the planet you come from.

Last thing on the all inclusive option - when you ask for a menu at a few of the restaurants you find out that the all inclusive menu is about half the size of the normal one.

The hotel is really nice though, and the pool is fantastic. The rooms are also pretty good. The staff drive you nuts as they are so lad back and would rather put things off to sometime in the next century. This was nicely illustrated when we requested a room change on the first day as the room we had been put in had a view of a brick wall and the sound of the hotel power plant throbbing through the wall (Can't remember the room number though). The receptionist claimed that they didn't have any rooms available until the next day, but after bugging her for half an hour one turned up.

The food is above average but not amazing. The curry has the ability to burn parts of your anatomy.

Massive beach, but no good for snorkelling due to currents.

Probably wouldn't go back as I have stayed in better hotels.

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