AddressGurunath Bldg, Rua de Ourem, Near St. Sebastian Ch Fontainhas, Panjim GoaSee nearby area
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Luggage Storage
Description provided by property
Paradise Inn, located in Panjims Latin Quarter, Fontainhas, is a 5 minute walk from central Panjim as well as the Patto Business Plaza, making it ideal for business and leisure travelers. Spread over 4 floors, we provide contemporary deluxe rooms fitted with all the comforts, offering quality and affordability for the value conscious traveler.
Situated by the side of the picturesque Ourem Creek, in the midst of the brightly coloured old Portuguese houses and winding alleys of Panjims Latin Quarter, Paradise Inn provides culture as well as convenience. Right outside the hotel one can find a number of art galleries such as Gitanjali, Panjim Peoples and Velha Goa, selling traditional handicrafts as well as paintings by goan artists. You can spend an entire day just wandering through the narrow streets of Fontainhas, enjoying the colonial charm of this heritage quarter.
We offer many personalized services combined with modern hotel facilities. Our smartly furnished deluxe rooms all come equipped with twin beds and include air-conditioning, Cable TV, attached bathrooms with hot and cold shower, individual telephones, Internet facilities in each room, a separate sitting area, room service, etc.
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