Kokemuksia The O Hotel Goa -hotellista
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En malta odottaa paluuta hotelliin.
Sulje silmäsi ja kuvittele olevasi huolehtivaisen perheen hoivassa lomallasi. Kuvitelmasi ei mitenkään vastaa sitä, mitä O hotelli tarjoaa. Olimme vaimoni kanssa todella iloisia huoneista, uima-altaasta, rannasta, ruoasta ja ennen kaikkea palvelusta. Hotelli on todella halpa verrattuna siihen mitä se tarjoaa. Kohde ei ole iso mutta se on erinomaisella paikalla. Voi vuokrata pyörän Tai auton (parempi pyörä) mennäkseen Anjunaan TAI bagaan TAI mille tahansa muulle rannalle. Ihastuttavinta on hotellin sisustus, Siellä olo vain tuntuu rauhalliselta.
Nice place 2 relax
Nice experience , had a good time, but.. reception staff was very unorganized at check-in time .. had 2 sit in lobby for 1 hr after checkin time.. literally was sitting in the lobby dozing off... Room provided wasn't up 2 mark... Till v had 2 upgrade 2 a higher category room... Overall stay was good.. ...
Organised a corporate Conference at O Hotel early this month. Hotel location is perfect.Staff is very friendly,Special thankx to Nilam, Deepa,Rajat and the entire staff and not forgeting the Chef Mr.Joshi.
NO BOOZE ON THE BEACH.
We were 5 families with kids. The location of this hotel is perfect in all aspects. Beach is literally connected to the property, market is also nearby. You can have everything you need in walking distance. The staff is very friendly. They have a nice pool to spend time in. Food is too expensive, but you can order from nearby eating joints and it will be delivered to the hotel. You will be saving a lot of money, just imagine 1300 for 1 plate Dal and 1 plate rice. The breakfast is extravagant. The most important point to note " YOU CAN NOT HAVE BEER ON THE BEACH" apparently there is some new government notification that anybody found drinking on the beach will be fined with Rs. 2,000 and if it is a group then the fine is of Rs. 10,000. We did not know about this rule and some rowdy policeman fleeced Rs. 5,000 from us.
A Tui holiday The airport is busy through immigration so get in the queue as soon as you can to avoid the wait. Also loads of unofficial porters offering to help. A TUI rep met us outside and told us which coach number to head for. The coach park is to the right as you come out of the terminal and down a slope. It's not visible straight away, just keep walking. The slope was fun with the 4 wheeled suitcases. Arrived at the hotel about an hour after landing. We were the last drop off. On the coach there was an informal introduction to Goa as we travelled, some overview and advice, packs and water distributed. A good gratuity or tip is advised at about 100 rupees near, just over a £. Check in at the hotel was seamless and thankfully quick. Our details were taken, copies of passports, key cards issued and general information. A seashell gift and a refreshing fruit drink given. Warning ⚠, if you lose your key card you can be charged. Credit card details were not taken as I had read in earlier reviews. We arrived in the afternoon after 2pm and our rooms were ready and the aircon on, refreshingly. It was bliss. We were staying half board and we were able to take our second meal option as lunch or evening meal, so long as you informed reception or those taking the order prior to the meal. Reception is central and the hotel small so easy to reach at any point. The staff are helpful and will try to resolve any issue. The hotel is easy to negotiate (unless, you have issues remembering to turn left and right, as I do😂). It is set out in two parallel blocks running lengthwise roadside to beachside so all rooms face a "garden view “, except three to four larger suites facing the pool at the end of each block. The pool and garden is on the beach side of the hotel. The garden has manicured lawns and borders. It is pleasant to sit in the shade of the coconut palms especially for lunch. Beware of the odd falling coconut or branch, we saw a couple drop. There is a bar with service available. Service of any kind is not intrusive at any point. The two main outside bar managers Siddesh and Brian are good fun and helpful. Full of useful information too. Sid in particular helped get hold of some tellicherry peppercorns and other spices not easily available in local shops. A big hero. Bar snacks are available but if taking these as part of your half board make sure you make this clear with your order. The pool is small and 1.2 m deep (or 4 ft for the metrically challenged), but adequate, straight ladder step access only so not suitable for limited mobility. There is an adjoining small pool for youngsters or just cooling off. The pool closes after 7 pm which is a shame. It can get busy and fairly noisy, but it is a family hotel. There is no lifeguard on duty although a pool attendant is usually around. The pool turned an interesting shade of yellow on three separate occasions during our stay, but was rectified during the days in question. I think it was an algal bloom, but given the heat it wasn't surprising. There are plenty of sunbeds and we had no problem getting 4 together, late morning or afternoon, but our holiday was late season. It did get busier towards the Easter weekend, and a lot livelier with children. The pool attendants are helpful and fresh towels are topped up throughout the day. The towels are available right by the pool. The beach towels are separate and located near the beach exit point. The garden leads down to a small childrens play area, swings etc. There are toilets located here but they were in a disgusting condition on the one day I called in. I retreated and used those in the nearby spa. The end of the garden leads on to the beach, loads of bar/restaurant shacks and....the usual hawkers etc asking for your custom or trade, some are quite persistent. Quite a few friendly dogs. Water sports etc can be walked to, to the left and right of the hotel. The hotel has supervised sun beds etc on the beach so you have some protection. No water sports facilities appear to be offered by the hotel. The sea looks rough, red flags on display throughout our visit. The beach is OK, rubbish in places but nothing compared to what is found on the main road. We stayed in a double room with garden view. The interpretation of garden view is hopeful at best. Our room overlooked a neighbouring scrubby garden and buildings and our daughters' similarly in the opposing block. However none face the road, nor does road noise impact on the rooms. The bed is a good king size, a very firm matress, two different pillows firm/soft and no annoying corners on the bed to bruise toes or hips on. The bathroom has smoked glass doors and a large window viewing straight into the room from the shower. There is a courtesy blind thankfully. There is also a pull out laundry line. The bathroom also has complementary shampoo, conditioner, body wash, soap, body lotion, toothbrushes and paste, razor and mop cap. The usual amenities are offered with room safe, air con, tea/coffee and kettle, minibar and snacks (chargeable), hair dryer, laundry service. Two complementary 750ml bottles of water are given everyday. There are warnings for security suggesting all valuables are kept secure. A second notice says that any further tea or coffee requests asked for (beyond that given daily) will be charged for. The rooms are serviced well daily. The hotel is graded as 5* rating but is 3* at best for the building's general condition. The rooms are a bit tired. The pool is in good need of refurbishment. However, the rooms are maintained well by the service staff and the grounds kept clean. The hotel restaurant serves good Goan Indian food but continental cuisine is a bit hit and miss. Fish and chips good, the steak was interesting, in a bad way. Breakfast is limited for Europeans, eggs any way you want, toast, preserves, cereals and some chopped fruit. Some mini croissants etc. Very repetitive and could be improved on. However the Goan dishes were delightful and varied daily, so it's worth stepping out of your comfort zone and trying them. The staff will advise on spiciness. Lots of fruit juice, lassi, tea coffee and water. Service is so slooow at lunch and evening meals, which was difficult to understand when we were the only ones in the restaurant on several occasions and several chefs behind the counter. Having said that we found the same speed could apply in many of the local restaurants and shacks we tried. Most dishes are prepared from scratch which gives some credence to the lack of speed, but one and a half hours wait in the hotel one evening, and two hours at Shivers a local restaurant. 😴 There is a small gym. Two treadmills, a weight pull machine, some weights, an exercise ball and mats. It's very small and the air con was inadequate. Two to three people max can fit. The spa, staff and treatments were lovely and a cool haven away from the heat. A variety of treatment options available. The Balinese treatment stretched bits of my body that haven't stretched that far before. Ouch. Kumari, my attendant was small but very strong. Having said that, I went again. Beware of taxes 18% on top of displayed prices. The hotel also has a Casino. Apparently Goans cannot gamble, but people do come from outside the area. Security at the hotel front and back seems good. My daughters both felt the staff was very respectful to them. No inappropriate behaviour experienced only courtesy. Praise indeed. Things that could be improved on are *Hotel fact pack in the room, also including with local information re doctors etc... We had to ask or find out for ourselves. *Give warning times for delay in food preparation (or yourselves get there an hour earlier). *Improve the air con in the gym and maybe include a bike. Even relocate the gym, there was more space than ever used in the spa. *Reline the pool, it's tired and in need of some tlc. *Some improvement to breakfast options for continental visitors, more fruit variety, cereals like muesli and granola. The Goan foods are great but spicy foods three times a day can be a bit of a stretch over a fortnight. *The hotel bar and restaurant are very smart but soulless. It could be made more fun. *The beach exit has a bar "Boca Loca", that I believe is contracted out by the hotel, it looks dirty and it's got rubbish in the borders. It is poor advert for the hotel even if not run by them. Its a shame when everything else about the hotel is so smart and well maintained. Some helpful tips.. For a pharmacy/chemist turn left out of the hotel, walk a short distance and cross the road. Small shops for water, sun lotion etc either side of the hotel, either side. Fort Aguada is lovely at sunset and attracts quite a crowd. Restaurants nearby with visiting Calamari, Shivers, Earthen oven. But all offer great fare and loads of choices. ATM turn left out of the hotel and keep walking, it's best to go in the morning when it's cooler. Pavements in Candolim are few and poorly maintained. People with wheelchairs or limited mobility may find it difficult to access roadside shops. Most have steps. It's always busy with cars, scooters, buses, people, dogs, mobile roundabouts (cows). There seems to be no rules but everybody follows them.
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