One of the best places if you wish to explore Goa on a local point of view this place is ideal to all travel needs. I am a hotelier and I can certainly tell this is one property which is worth a stay. I am definitely coming back again.
Panjim Inn's attraction lies in its beautiful heritage building that lies in the heart of Latin Quarter of Fontainhas. Once a Portugese villa, Panjim Inn sustains vintage furniture and feel, setting it apart from other3 star hotels in Goa.
I liked the quaintness of the place and the verandah restaurant was very refreshing. The staff were courteous and smiling, but avoid asking for directions from them and instead use your Google map. I also loved the verandah attached with the room.
We've spend two nights in Goa and coudn't decide where to go: north or south. So we stayed in the centre of goa. It was a good decision due to the short time we only had there. Welcome Heritage Panjim was the best place we could have stayed. They have two separate buildings…
We stayed in an heirloom-filled room with a balcony above the art cafe. It was perfect for long hours of sipping tea and people-watching--from a quiet village waking up to the 'honk-honk' of airhorn delivery of fresh Goan bread to the glitter of late night cafes and revelers…
"Book rooms which are not on the road side for quiet experience"
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"Take rooms with balconies..."
"Ask for a room on the 1st floor, preferably at the back."
"The second floor rooms have lovely glass and timber double doors which open on to tiny balcony. All rooms look towards the river which is mostly obscured by lovely trees."
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