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Grand Hyatt Goa | India

Tuesday, June 11, 2013
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Being based in the UAE has it perks. There is nothing far more grand than being able to hip hop and fly in a matter of hours to a quick getaway! Goa, has to be on your list and when it is, visit the Grand Hyatt! It takes you back to the Portuguese architecture, which we are not big fans of, but it has great infrastructure taste.

One night at the Grand Hyatt was the first stop.

{Location} North of Goa, called Bambolim, located 30 mins from South Goa and 40 minutes away from the airport. It was pretty isolated from everything else, it is def a great place if you want to escape the craziness! It’s a very peaceful place.

{Family friendly} Yes, Camp Hyatt an activity center for kids, they offer many activities even baby yoga, craft time and outdoor fun activities as well as indoor! This hotel is perfect for families!

{Staff} Always friendly, you will probably find  that across Goa, or at least the places we have been to. They are very welcoming.

{Rooms} Big, clean, spacious, chose sea facing, we love the Grand Suite King

{Amenities} Always a big fan of ipod decks!

{Gym} Yeh right!! Walking around their massive property was all the cardio we needed!

{Beach} Not the best but the pool compensated it!

{Pools} Beautiful, well maintained, probably the best thing in the hotel!

{Spa} Some swear by it, we agree! It was an utter bliss, do make time for it!!! Grand Hyatt Goa has won the ‘Best New Spa (Resort)’ Award at the asiaSpa India Awards.

{Food} Breakfast was good, many different varieties, we did not eat so much at the restaurants we went far out and explored our options.

The hotel provides you with onsite and offsite activities.

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