Grand Hyatt Goa
Among 28 acres of tropical gardens, the Grand Hyatt Goa has great dining, a two-storey spa and views over Bambolim Bay.
The design of the hotel echoes Goa’s history. It has a Portuguese-Indian hybrid feel, and the palatial gardens are ripe with Banyan, palm and mango trees.
The hotel is also home to the largest indoor lap pool in Goa. Stretching to 25 metres, it’s a great place to enjoy a few lengths. Outside, there’s a split-level pool and a spacious sun terrace. If you head past the pool bar, you’ll be on the beach,for a dip in the Indian Ocean.
Most meals are served in a buffet restaurant of Goan and international cuisine, but you’ll also find additional eateries like a snack bar and an a la carte restaurant.
Overview of Bambolim
Goa is the smallest state in India and is a heaven for explorers who use the Grand Hyatt Goa as a base for their holiday to Goa.
The state was ruled by the Portuguese until the 1960s, so everywhere you look has an eclectic contrast of cultures and styles that influence everything from the architecture to the food.
The tropical climate and year-round warm weather attracts visitors to Goa in all seasons. The little state then entertains with culture, busy markets, glorious beaches and plenty of history.
Things to do in Goa
In Goa, life revolves around the beaches. Thankfully, with a stay at the Grand Hyatt Goa, there’s one right on your doorstep.
When you’re not lounging on the beach, try the beautiful food of the region. Close to the beaches, street vendors serve up delicious Goan curries, and the markets also dish out plenty for eating on the go.
Surrounding the hotel in Bambolim, there’s a lively party scene in the evening. Head to the beachfront bars and clubs for traditional music, cheap drinks and a great atmosphere.
Holidays to Goa are like no others on the planet. You really have to experience the unique blend of cultures, the glorious beaches and the beautiful food to truly appreciate this iconic destination.