Just returned from having three week stay at this hotel. In Brief it is isolated which can be a plus, but badly located at a river mouth,this made the beach very silty and the water carried a lot of debris in the river, not inviting to swimmers.
The hotel I found it very poorly run in need of a update in general. Basic cleanlyness is very poor,the main bar was filthy and the fridge at the bar was a jaw-dropper.
There is a official line which states a "pet friendly restaraunt" this must mean the stray dogs that scavenge arround in the hotel and on the beach in packs,and keep you awake most hights howling and fighting each other.
Only ate Breakfast there,just the omlette,I could see that being cooked. Ate out mostly at the shack on the beach good food at a fraction of the price. Food outside of the resort was just great.
Rooms are basic, cleaned daily pay the cleaner extra to do a better job, bathrooms again in need of good cleaning and maintenance.
Had a mouse type rodent in the room three nights untill a shoe hit it, R.I.P. Mickey.
Payed £150. extra for a suite for the last 10 days. Got more room,a fidge, a bath in the bathroom which leaked from arround the grouting and no plugs for the bath nor the sink, six extra chairs but no table to sit around and still no draws to put your clothes away into.
We went to Agonda for a few days and stayed in the beach shacks for £5.00 per night on a wonderful beach location, absolutly fantastic.
In all Bambolim Beach Resort would be O.K. for one or two night chill-out on arrival in Goa. But get sorted and get out.
I will go back to Goa soon! Gotta Go