Bloom Rooms

At the Bloom Rooms, the decor has a modern twist. Rooms come with 32-inch flat-screen TVs, there’s an Apple computer lounge in the lobby and there’s a on-trend infinity pool, too. The whole lot comes with generous helpings of yellow – it’s the hotel’s signature colour, so everything from the scatter cushions to the showerheads is a shade of sunflower.

The pool is fringed with palms and comes with cushioned sunloungers and wicker armchairs near the infinity edge. Breakfast is a continental set-up but you also get a couple of hot options, too. Evenings are just as relaxing as the days and most people head to the chill-out lounge.

Overview of Calangute

Goa is a unique location where traditional India blends with Portuguese influences.

The beaches in Goa are the real stars of the show. Although some are relaxing spots, many are activity-filled and there’s usually something going on morning, noon and night.

If you’re up early enough, leave the Bloom Rooms and watch the fishermen head out onto the water. During the day, water sports take over, and in the evening, the beach bars come alive. You could easily spend your entire holiday to Goa without leaving the sand!

Things to do in Goa

The Bloom Rooms makes an ideal base for a beach break in this lively corner of Goa. Take a stroll out from the hotel and you’ll reach the main shop, restaurant and bar-filled street of Calangute in five minutes.

Follow the street to the bottom and Calangute Beach takes over. It’s a huge wedge of cushion-soft sand, with snack shacks and sunloungers sprinkled across it. Baga Beach is at the end of Calangute. It’s the most commercialised and developed beach in Goa, so expect everything from water sports to fine-dining restaurants. In the evening, lively beach parties are held here.

Enjoy a relaxing holiday on the beach in Goa. You’ll want to return to this unique destination again and again.

Resort Summary

This slab of northern Goa isn’t nicknamed the Queen of Beaches for nothing. Calangute is home to one of the most popular sets of shores in Goa, first made so by the throng of hippies that set their sights on its golden sands in the 60s.

Fast forward 50 years and Calangute is now one of the most vibrant resorts for holidaymakers in search of an energetic city for their cheap holiday to Goa, anchored by a beautiful beach. You’ll find international restaurants, a bustling market and plenty of beach bars all at your fingertips. The resort’s round-the-clock warm weather doesn’t hurt, either.