Budget hotels in Goa
Goa spoils you for choices in terms of accommodation - from resorts, to hotels, to shacks and many more.
You are travelling during the peak season where you can expect accommodation rates to be soaring high due to heavy booking and the approaching New Year's.
I have looked for a range of options, from to to a three star hotel. The fares vary accordingly, ranging from as low as $32 to as steep as $36 for a night's stay. These are the most inexpensive and the best that match your preferences.
Goa Sunrise (Source: Salvatore Barbera)
At the Enviro Green Resort, guests can have the best time of their lives amidst Portuguese decor, grand architecture, wide shady corridors, and flower lined patios. Area attractions include Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, and Chapora Fortess.
Each warmly decorated room features LCD television, indoor pool, wooden work desk, complimentary breakfast and lunch, free WiFi, tea and coffee services and free parking.
(Source: Chapora Fort)
Here's a review that should help you make up your mind:
One of those brightly colored heritage hotels with Portugese built. I went there with friends for new years 2011 and it was a real pleasant experience. The place is clean with spacious rooms and with provision for all the necessary requirements. What made the experience awesome is the service of the people out there - very polite, humble and efficient.
Belle Wista: Enviro Green Resort Reviews (Source: TripAdvisor)
Where: 162, Belle Wista Wado, Sangolda, Bardez 403511
Nightly Fare: USD 32 (taxes excluded)
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Located near the beautiful Calangute Beach, the Osborne Holiday Resorts has a look that is visually stunning - with paintings, artefacts, tile work and stained glass set amidst a natural backdrop and the beach almost at your doorstep!
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Here you can enjoy amenities galore like LCD television, outdoor pool, complimentary lunch and breakfast, spacious work area, free WiFi, tea and coffee services and free parking.
Here's what this a guest has to say about this beach resort:
First time visit to Goa and The Osborne was a nice introduction. The rooms are basic, dated furniture but clean and more than fit for purpose. Plenty of space for a two week stay and a decent fridge with a mini bar that was priced reasonably and not a rip off. Breakfast was fine with tea, coffee, juice and toast all included. extras such as two poached eggs on toast were priced at 75 Rupees (about a pound) extra, but well prepared and worth it. Pool is nice and generally quiet as most customers tend to go the beach. The Osborne is well placed for evening strolls into Calangute.
Osborne Hotel Reviews (Source: TripAdvisor)
Where: Near St Anthony's Chapel | Gauravaddo, Calangute 403510.
Nightly Fare: USD 35 (taxes excluded)
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At Hotel Solmar, beautiful pool views would welcome you to rooms that reflect Goa's rich culture, including medieval artwork, king-size beds, spa and open-plan marble bath with sunken tub and rain shower.
(Source: Miramar Beach - 107)
The hotel stands close to popular area attractions like Miramar Beach, Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, Vainguinim Beach and Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary.
Take a look at this insightful guest review:
Was there with a friend about an year back. Very decent hotel and good clean rooms at a very very reasonable price. The rooms are pretty large and the AC room in which i was using had a bath tub also... While the room is good, the hotel room rate has dinner included .. but dont expect it to be a lavish affair.. the eateries just outside has a much better spread. However its just a stones throw from the Miramar beach and has a good clean environment.
Hotel Solmar Guest Reviews (Source: Hotels.com)
Where: Miramar Beach, Panaji 403 001
Nightly Fare: USD 36 (taxes excluded)
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That was my advice on affordable accommodations in Goa to suit your preferences and budget. Hope this helps.
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