Maizons Lake View Resort

Nestled beside the crystalline lake of Arpora, the Maizons Lake View Resort is one of the most fantastic beach resorts in Goa. The Maizons Lake View Resort in Goa is situated at a spectacular location blessed with breathtaking landscapes. The long stretch of coconut palms, the green hills, the picturesque lake and the nearby Baga Beach enrich the beauty of the resort.

Guests in Maizons Lake View Resort can choose from the following options according to their requirement and preference;

  • Single room
  • Double room
  • Non air-conditioned rooms
  • Air-conditioned rooms
The boarders in Maizons Lake View Resort enjoy facilities and recreational activities like:
  • Swimming pool
  • Beauty Parlor
  • Table tennis
  • Television with cable connection
  • Club house
  • Telephones with STD and ISD connections
  • Airport and station pickup and drop
  • Sight seeing tours
  • Car parking facilities
The two multi cuisine restaurants - Blue lagoon and Royal Treat offer finger licking culinary delights. The Blue Lagoon is situated at the center of the hotel's lake. The Royal Treat is the pool side restaurant that presents authentic Indian, continental and Goanese dishes.

Last Updated on : 27/11/2013



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