When we arrived the resort was sparsely populated by mainly retired couples on time share occupancy which made our stay very quiet and peaceful. There is however a very busy road alongside the resort. Which is all right as long you’re not phased by horn honking traffic while stepping out for an evening to visit one of the many restaurants in the area.
The place itself is very clean, well maintained and nice looking with marble tiled floors throughout.
Most rooms are large, clean and airy with plenty of storage space. The bathrooms are similarly clean and tidy. On the down side the bed mattresses were very, very hard and uncomfortable even by Indian standards.
There is a spacious dining room and bar on the ground floor manned by two or three very poorly trained youngsters which explains why it was very underused while we were there. For the sports tv enthusiasts there is a sports bar in the basement run by a very amiable English couple.
Finally, be warned that the distance to the beach is not 100 metres as stated on the Thomas Cook website. My partner and I with the help of others measured the trek, we came up with a total average distance of approx 880 metres which is almost a kilometre (see photo). This would not be suitable for anyone with mobility problems plus the fact that if you leave anything behind in your room when you get to the beach it’s quite a daunting slog to go back and get it.
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- Also Known As:
- Mobor Beach Hotel Salcette
- Mobor Beach Resort Goa, India