Living Room Hotel

The boutique Living Room Hotel offers a relaxed alternative to Goa’s busiest spots. If you’re looking to relax in stylish surroundings, you’re at the right place here.

This bijou, four-storey hotel only has 27 rooms, so there’s an intimate, friendly feel. The pool’s a compact option in the heart of the grounds. It’s fringed by big, cushioned loungers where you can make the most of the sun.

The hotel’s main restaurant serves a mixture of western and Indian cuisine while the second serves Indo-Arabic grilled dishes for a change of pace.

In the evening, the lounge bar has an extensive wine list, plenty of cocktails and occasional DJ sets.

Overview of Anjuna

If you’re looking for a fun-filled break in India, then a holiday to Goa is in a league of its own. There’s something for everyone here, including idyllic beaches that are great spots to relax by day and party in the evening.

There’s also a unique blend of cultures across Goa. Ruled by the Portuguese until the 1960s, eastern and western influences combine here to make a unique experience.

The Living Room Hotel can be found in Anjuna. Part of the ‘hippie trail’ in the 1960s, people still come here year after year to find peace, love, meaning and even themselves.

Things to do in Goa

The Living Room Hotel is only a 10-minute walk from Vagator’s markets and restaurants. If you’re looking for a relaxing day on one of Goa’s gorgeous strips of sand, Anjuna Beach is only slightly further away.

The beach in Anjuna is narrow but stretches for almost two kilometres. Banana boats and jet skis are the most popular water sports options on the front but, at the back, huts with cushions provide cocktails and curries. In the evening, there’s a lively party scene on the beach, where live DJs play.

The flea market in Anjuna has been a staple since the 1960s. It’s a great place to put your bargaining skills to the test. For a unique experience, there’s also a night market in Arpora.

Anjuna welcomes tourists from all walks of life. Here you’ll experience unspoilt beauty, charming beach huts and fascinating architecture.

Resort Summary

Anjuna Goa doesn’t have a beach in the traditional sense – you won’t find white sand and crystal-clear waters, but there’s plenty of stunning scenery to take in. While the beach is narrow, there’s plenty of room for everyone as it stretches on for almost two kilometres. Not only can you relax on the sand (or in a hut complete with cushions) or splash around in the delightfully-warm Arabian Sea, you can also enjoy a plethora of watersports including jet skiing, banana boats, or even parasailing.