Afonso Guest House


Afonso Guest House is situated in Fountainhas near St Sebastian Chapel. It is located in 3 Susheela Building on 18th June Road. It is one of the renowned hotels of Panaji that attracts a huge tourist traffic every year. The hotel is known for its warm hospitality and room services. Afonso Guest House of Panaji is also known for its state-of-the-art amenities and facilities that are extended by the hotel authority for the ease and comfort of the guests.

Afonso Guest House in Panaji is one of the most popular hotels in Goa. The hotel provides a wide array of facilities within an economical budget. Rooms are available at the hotel at a low budget of Rs. 800. The roof terrace forms the major attraction of the hotel. The relaxing in the roof terrace seems to be the most prominent activities in the hotel. The tourists willing to lodge at Afonso Guest House can get to the hotel by public transport or by car.

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Last Updated on: 15/05/2013



     


     

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