Sun Shine Park Resort

Sun Shine Park Resort is a 3 star resort located in Goa. It is situated at a distance of 46kms and 15 kilometers from the Airport and Railway station respectively. This resort provides ultimate satisfaction to its customers. The market places are very close to this resort making it easier for the customers to avail the facilities provided by the market.

Accommodation in the Sun Shine Park Resort of Goa is provided in the spacious and airy rooms of the hotel. The rooms offered provide luxury as well as comfort for the guests. The rooms are equipped with all the modern amenities and facilities. Some of the facilities provided in the hotel are:

  • Doctor on Call
  • 24 Hour Room Service
  • Car Parking
  • Jacuzzi
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Sports Kit
  • Games Room
Food is offered in the multi cuisine restaurant called Sirocco. Sun Shine Park Resort at Goa has both vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian restaurants to cater to the different needs of the guests. The Hariyali serves vegetarian food. The 3 star resort offers tasty delicacies from Indian to Chinese and offers a wide variety of desserts and coffee.

The rates at which the rooms in Sun Shine Park Resort in Goa are offered are very much affordable and provide a value for money to the customers.

Last Updated on : 27/11/2013



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