Santiago Resort




Santiago Resort is located in Goa. It is a perfect example of friendly and jovial environment blended with excellent hospitality.

Santiago Resort in Goa has 70 rooms which are very comfortable and have a perfect ambiance and is a perfect destination to relax and have fun.

This beach resort should surely be a part of your vacation package. Santiago Resort at Goa offers some of the following facilities and services to its guests:

  • Conference facilities
  • Lounge Bar with TV and Pool table
  • Boutique and Souvenir shops
  • Water sports
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Travel desk
  • Indoor recreational facilities
  • Water sports(seasonal)
The rooms of the resort are inlaid with modern facilities and amenities to suit the taste and preferences of the international and national tourists. Some of the facilities provided to the guests residing in the hotel are listed below:
  • Air conditioned rooms
  • Writing table
  • Ceiling fan
  • Sitting Area in the room
  • Room service
  • Mini bar
  • Telephone with direct dial
  • Hot /cold shower
  • Veranda/balcony
Santiago Resort of Goa serves some of the delectable delicacies from the cuisines of the world. The resort has the following in house restaurants that prepare mouthwatering dishes for the guests:
  • Thai Bazaar
  • Bamboo Bistro
  • Rendezvous Lounge Bar
  • Pool Side bar



Last Updated on : 27/11/2013



   


     

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