Maharashtra Government has notified new guidelines which need passengers from certain states to get a Covid-19 negative certificate before arriving into the state. Here is how this will work going forward.
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Goa has announced that the state will no longer require CoVid-19 testing on arrival in the state from September 1, 2020, onwards. Not just that, bars will also be allowed to open up in the state.
Goa is opening-up this week for domestic tourists. We now have the list of the 148 hotels which have been allowed to operate in the state, and some guidelines which have been published for tourists. Here is how you can enter the state for some Chicken Xacuti or Goan Prawn Curry for now.
Goa has announced that the state will reopen for domestic tourists effective July 2, 2020, onwards. You need a CoVid-19 negative certificate to travel, however, and over 250 hotels are open for business.
Hyatt opened a Hyatt Place Goa in 2016. They have rebranded it and opened it as Hyatt Centric Goa. Hyatt is shifting the property from a minimalist one to a millennial one.
ITC took over Park Hyatt Goa on September 19, 2018, and has renamed it as ITC Grand Goa. It is 252 key hotel with 6 restaurants. It is now bookable.
We spent the weekend at the W Goa, which is the newest luxury hotel to line the Goa shores. Here is how the 50th opening of a W hotel looks like.
The Grand Hyatt Goa is a 5 year old resort located in North Goa. This Category 3 hotel could be one of your best redemptions ever, or a great use of a DSU as well. Check out our experience during our recent stay, where we lucked out by getting a double upgrade to the Executive Suite of the hotel.
The Park Hyatt Resort & Spa is one of the best resorts in Goa. Spread over 45 acres of landscaped gardens, lagoons and with access to a private beach read about our recent stay experience at this resort.
During our recent stay at the Park Hyatt Goa, we stayed at the Presidential Suite. Read here what it’s like to stay in this luxury suite that offers a 360 degree view of the resort and the Arabian Sea.
IHG’s only resort property in India, which turned out into a very underwhelming stay with a devil may care attitude from the staff. They are in the hotels business, not in the hospitality business, my take!