Sterling Resorts




Sterling Resorts, Goa gives the experience of a sea side and is the best option to view the marvelous beauty of the sea against the backdrop of Fort Chapora. The resort ensures that their guests have a fun filled exposure and they are completely satisfied. This resort has easy accessibility from the Airport as well as from the Railway station and is located at a distance of 48km and 45 km from each respectively.

The total layout of Sterling Resorts in Goa is spread into 3 floors. It has comfortable cottages to provide accommodation to its customers. People arrive at the resort to bask in the beauty of nature and relax in the tranquil and serene atmosphere.

Sterling Resorts of Goa offers various facilities to its guests. The adventure seeking tourists may avail the following facilities provided by Sterling Resorts at Goa:

  • Adventure sports like Speed Boating, deep sea fishing
  • Trekking
  • Hiking
  • Fishing spots available at Chopara River and Vagator beach.
  • Boating
  • River Cruise
  • Outdoor games like Beach volley boll and Frisbees.
Other than these, Sterling Resort Goa also provides some of the following facilities and services:
  • Swimming Pool
  • Restaurants
  • Doctor On Call
  • Safe Deposit Lockers
  • Valet Parking
  • Room Service, Front Desk
  • Travel Assistance
  • Room Service, Front Desk
  • Color Television with Satellite Channels
  • Laundry and Postal Services



Last Updated on : 27/11/2013



   


     

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