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The ultimate in Goan luxury, set 3km inland from the beach at Arpora, a stay here will see you signing the guestbook with the likes of Giorgio Armani, Sean Connery and Kate Moss...
Comprising the seven-room Siolim House hotel and the smaller, three-bedroom Little Siolim, Siolim House is without doubt one of North Goa’s boutique treats...
This smart, friendly place has tasteful, traditional-style rooms (prices go up a couple notches for a harbour view) and a small pool, which nonguests can use (₹780 per day)...
Sea Palace Hotel
The standard doubles here are small and the whole place is done in slighly nauseating colour schemes (eg lime yellow), but the gorgeous sea views from the pricier rooms (doubles Rs6250) redeem it. Sort of...
Hotel Suba International
This ‘boutique business’ hotel is just 1km from the international terminal, 3km from the domestic. It’s laid out in slick blacks and glossy marble, with clean lines, masculine hardwoods and design-forward touches. Wi-fi’s free...
Hotel Airport International
This is the pick of the Nehru Rd hotels, it’s so close to the domestic airport you can see the runway from some rooms. Just renovated, rooms are impeccably clean, compact and tastefully done; superdeluxe rooms have bathtubs and fridges. Wi-fi available.
The Citizen’s location, right on the beach, is what you’re paying for here, but rooms are also well maintained, with marble floors and marble-top furniture, flat-screen TVs, wi-fi access, fridges – and, of course, excellent views...
Regal Enclave has a stellar location: in an exceedingly leafy part of Khar, right near the station (some rooms have train views) and all of Bandra’s best eating, drinking and shopping. Rooms are spacious, with pleasant if unoriginal decor...
Sea Green South Hotel
Sea Green South Hotel is an art deco hotel with spacious but spartan AC rooms, originally built in the 1940s to house British soldiers. The sea-view rooms are the same price as others. Great value – even with 10% service charge.
Cidade De Goa
Indulgence is the order of the day at this swanky village-style place, designed by renowned local architect Charles Correa, located 1km down the coast from Dona Paula at Vanguinim Beach...
The Crown Goa
Perched high above Panaji, with lovely views from its terrace and small pool, this is a great option for a little bit of luxury in the midst of the city...
The Grand is a good deal, with spunk – note the plaques labelling everything in the 1960s-era lobby. The place is superquiet – you can hear a pin drop in the placid, robin’s egg–blue hallways – and rooms are well kept and extremely clean...
The city’s smartest (and rather business-traveller-styled) choice is the Fidalgo, thoroughly modern, with snappy service and a good range of cuisines courtesy of its ‘food enclave’, including a good vegetarian Indian restaurant, Legacy of Bombay...
Bright, friendly, welcoming, and renovated in the summer of 2011, the Seagull’s rooms, set in a cheerful orange-painted house in quieter South Calangute, are light and airy, with antique bits and pieces of furniture to give them character...
Vivanta By Taj Holiday Village
Next door to the Taj Fort Aguada, this set of 142 cottages and villas is a smart variation on a five-star theme, possessing all the luxuries you’d expect from this top-end chain...
Marble-meets-modern at this well-designed hotel. Airy rooms have big headboards, bathtubs, desks and lots of natural light and, in front-facing rooms, tree views. Wi-fi’s ₹300 per day.
Vivanta By Taj Fort Aguada
Dominating the headland above Sinquerim Beach, the Taj Group’s sprawling beach resort isn’t the best the Taj name has to offer, but its service is still top-notch even where its rooms are showing signs of wear and tear...
Hotel Suba Palace
Teetering precariously on the edge of boutique hotel, the Suba Palace oozes soothing neutral tones, from the tiny taupe shower tiles in the contemporary bathrooms to the creamy crown moulding and beige zebra-print quilted headboards in the tasteful ro...
Sea Green Hotel
This excellent art deco hotel, and its twin, Sea Green South , have spacious but spartan air-conditioned rooms, originally built in the 1940s to house British soldiers. Ask for one of the sea-view rooms: they’re the same price.
Palolem Guest House
If you pale at the thought of another night in a basic beach hut, this splendid place offers lots of plain but comfortable rooms with solid brick walls ranged around a nice leafy garden. And all just a quick walk from the beach.
Traveller's Inn Hotel
On a quiet, tree-lined street, the tall and narrow Traveller’s Inn has tiny rooms and rainshower heads in even tinier bathrooms. But everything’s squeaky clean, and the location’s excellent. Free wi-fi in the lobby.
Hotel Kemps Corner
You can tell this place is a family business from the TLC given to rooms (spick-and-span bathrooms, new TVs) and guests (free breakfast and wi-fi, smiley service)...