Nestled on the southern west coast of India, Goa is undoubtedly a hotspot with travellers all across the globe. Famous for its beaches and spice plantations, the state has a rich history as a Portuguese colony. One can see the traces in the architecture and food culture. While North Goa is famous for its vibrant culture, water sports and bustling markets; South Goa is known for its tranquillity and pristine coastline. This video will help you understand the most cosmopolitan state in the country better.
Apart from these, there is another reason to visit this coastal state, and that is the ibis Styles Goa Calangute Resort. The newest offering by the international chain of economic hotels by AccorHotels is now open in Calangute.
At a distance of one-hour drive from the Goa International Airport, the property is located strategically in the heart of North Goa. It is only 4 minutes from the Calangute Beach which is one of the most famous and lively places of Goa. One unique feature about ibis Styles is that each of their property is distinct in terms of design and provides a boutique style atmosphere to its guests. If one is looking for resorts near Calangute beach, then ibis Styles Goa Calangute Resort should be your pick. The resort is working towards help saving the ecological balance. They prefer not changing the linens unless required and fund that money for planting trees.
The ibis Styles Goa Calangute Resort is also a perfect place for food and party lovers. The Spice It restaurant serves multi-cuisine food and offers a delectable international buffet for the breakfast. The property also conducts city tours and bicycle rides. You can easily reach Baga Beach, Candolim Beach and Fort Aguada from ibis Styles Goa Calangute Resort. The famous Old Goa church is also 40 minutes drive from the resort and don’t forget to visit the Anjuna Flea Market for some good bargain on local and exotic stuff.
After you wander around the highlights of Goa, relax at the ibis Styles Goa Calangute’s bar called The Hub. End the day with your favourite drink and the breezy air of Goa.
Text by Supriya Aggarwal