La Baga Beach Resort




One of the popular beach resorts in Goa, the La Baga Beach Resort is situated very near the Calangute Beach and also lies close to the Bagaa and Anjuna beaches.

The La Baga Beach Resort in Goa offers 27 well decorated and well equipped rooms. The air-conditioned rooms in La Baga Beach Resort have attached baths, sit out areas and all the modern amenities like televisions, telephones, round the clock hot and cold running water, twenty four hours room service etc.

The La Baga Beach Resort satisfies its guest with an array of excellent facilitates like:

  • Gymnasium
  • Swimming pool
  • Bar
  • Live music in the evenings
  • Poolside parties
La Baga Beach Resort in Goa is a heaven for food lovers with its fantastic restaurants. The large multi-cuisine restaurant is called Indulge and true to its name, any one will love to indulge in those mouth watering preparations that the restaurant offers. One can eat under the sun at Infresco - the open air extension of the restaurant. The wine lovers binge on the great range of wines and spirits available at the Aquatic Ambiance Bar.


Last Updated on : 27/11/2013



   


     

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