There are 2 Neptune Points in Palolem, one on the beach with restaurant / bar that has wifi and god quality food. The other one is up on the rocks at the end of the beach, quite and tranquil, romantically lit walkways, there is a drinks only bar and no wifi. Neptune Point 2 (the one on the rocks) hosts the Silent Noise parties that are great fun, usually sell out, have 2-3 DJs and go on till late.
I've stayed at hut #106 on the rocks, the view was absolutely stunning, probably the best you can get in Palolem. The interior of the hut was very basic with only a bed and small cupboard. There is no hot water, but there are a couple of electric sockets, mosquito net, indoor and outdoor lights and it has a table and 2 chairs on the balcony as well as a washing line. That's about it.
The managers Suraj and Manoj (brothers) are very laid back and the rest of the staff are polite and respectful.
If you're only staying a few days in Goa I highly recommend Palolem beach and the Neptune Points.
My first ever visit to Goa was 2 months ago and I'm already heading back next week, taking a friend there for his birthday. If that's not recommendation enough, I don't know what is.
If you're looking for a chilled out lazy holiday with lots of sunshine you can't go wrong with this beach.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Neptune Point has simply something for everyone; it has space, lots of space and arguably in the best position of any resort in Goa. Surrounded on three sides by the sea, you can’t be anywhere out of earshot of the waves. Strictly, I suppose it is in Columb, but the headland overlooks Palolem and Patnam beach in the south.The huts are scattered around the headland, they are basic but the location makes up for it. A torch is a must and you need to be aware that the furthest hut from reception can be a fair walk!Generally this is a quite spot but once a week there is an open air disc with very loud music playing, but there is a sound curfew in Goa and at 10.30 the noise , sorry the music stops, the disc then become a ‘silent noise’ event where the party-goers are issued with headphones and the party goes on. There may be noise from the party-goers going home but this is not every night and the Np nuts are all located away from the party area.The weekly cinema is also very popular and shows all the latest releases, there is a charge of about 100 rupees, but does give you a chance of doing something different. The Massage centre is very good, run by Raja and his family team they specialize in practically every type of massage, particulate useful if you have been to one of the daily (up to 4 sessions per day in high season) yoga classes. The yoga ‘hall’ is situated on the top of the bluff, the location is simply amazing.I haven’t been to the restaurant, I’m sure it will be of the highest standard –let me know! Suraj will even arrange a pick-up from the airport / station and runs a taxi service as well, so he really does have all the bases covered, including laundry, can you believe. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Neptune Point Beach Resort Goa/Palolem