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Aldeia Santa Rita Beach Resort is just 2 minutes walk to the Candolim beach, Set in a quiet corner of Candolim, Goa. Aldeia Santa Rita is 45 km from Dabolim Airport. It features an outdoor pool, 3 dining options, and villas with a private balcony.
This 3-star property is ideal for all those looking to spend fun-filled vacations. During their stay at this hotel, guests can explore beaches, churches, and forts. Besides, they can indulge in water sports or plan an excursion to nearby towns.
Each room at Aldeia Santa Rita is equipped with cable TV, coffee/tea maker, and a minibar. For tickling their taste buds, guests can visit the in-house multi-cuisine restaurant that serves a wide variety of mouth-watering dishes.
Apart from dining facility, the hotel has a well-maintained swimming pool and an ayurvedic massage and treatment center. Its advanced in-house amenities and top-of-the-line hospitality assure pleasurable, comfortable and enjoyable stay of guests.
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by Devendra on Feb 28,2019
What's Good: Almost everything
What needs to improve : Food was good but not as per my taste but its ok
Reason For Rating : Almost every single penny is worth it
by Neeraj on Nov 30,2018
What's Good: It's near beach.
Reason For Rating : Good resort , friendly staff.
by Umesh on Oct 29,2018
Reason For Rating : Good staaf rooms are clean
by Anirban on Oct 03,2018
What's Good: Only the location
What needs to improve : Staff, housekeeping and service
Reason For Rating : Prompt service and improve quality of housekeeping.. room phone not working
by RicardoBlue11 on
Sorry for the late review. We were due to stay at the Sea Shell Resort and Villas (Nov/Dec) until Thomas Cook collapsed. We were then in 2 minds as to cancel our holiday plans to Goa and maybe grab something else a little closer to home which I'm pleased to say we never. Although Goa isn't everyones cup of tea, it certainly is ours. From the north to the south you'll usually find a warm welcome, exceptional food, sandy beaches and of course very very reasonbly priced drinks! So if you do get the chance to go then please do take the opportunity. The Santa Rita is in a great position being 5 minuites walk to the beach and shacks and just far enough from the hustle and bustle section of Candolim Road. The hotel itself as mentioned by others has a colonial portugese feel to it with which is lovely. The food they serve (I swear) is more often than not better than what you will eat in the local restaurants and over the years we have eaten in many of the restaurants that Candolim has to offer. The pool is of a reasonable size so if not wanting to go to the beach on any particular day had enough sunbeds for everyone. That said, we usually hit the beach and chilled out at Ryans Shack which is arguably the best shack on the beach and one we have used for a number of years now (great food, good toiletes, brilliant staff) try it! The Villas themselves: Hmmm, here's the rub. You need to get one of the superior villas that is situated on the tree lined walkway. The villas that are probably included in your Thomson package will be the standard ones and in truth are not very good or very well positioned. We were originally given one of these and on first sight I decided there was no way in which I was staying in it for 2 weeks. I made my feelings felt to the lovely Lorna on reception and by morning both ourselves and the couple we were travelling with were moved foc to superior villas. These villas are much larger, have nicer bathrooms, a kitchen and lounge area with flat screen tv, along with pretty comfortable beds. The standard rooms (and they are basically just a room) are the polar opposite to the superiors and in my opinion not acceptable for Thomson customers and especially if paying full price. The staff work tirelessly and are a real tribute to the hotel. They provide a tremendous customer service and should be congratulated upon it. I'd usually praise certain individuals but feel that would be unfair as they were all truly and refreshingly fabulous! I celebrated my birthday there and was given flowers and a birthday cake which was a nice touch. I was also surrounded by all the waiters, chefs and management team at dinner who sang happy birthday to me. which was a bit unexpected but very much appreciated. So there it is.. Great resort, good location, wonderful food, lovely staff. Just go! Tips: 1. Don't take a standard room. Either upgrade at the point of purchase or contact the hotel directly and inquire about an upgrade. Although we got our upgrade foc. there may be a 10.00 premium per night per villa. 2. Don't buy any trips off the Thompson rep as they're ridiculously overpriced. You can get exactly the same trips from Johns Trips on Candolim road for a 3rd of the cost. I actually laughed in the face of our rep at the prices he tried to charge us for a trip to the waterfalls. 3. Don't go to the waterfalls \(lol) as it's a long ride, it's jam packed when you get there, it's quite dangerous underfoot and if you've seen a waterfall before then you've seen one. It's no Niagara falls! Hope this helps
by mrspenton on
Just done 2 weeks , all the staff fantastic , even though we were half way through our houlday when india locked down ,we still had a really nice time , rooms basic , food fantastic , bar staff really good although had to ask for small measures lol , iv travelled a lot and the staff at this hotel were the best iv come across world wide , management have a really good team and should be proud
by GeoWasHere on
My partner and I have just arrived back from the Santa Rita and to say we are missing it, is an understatement! We flew over for two weeks to join family and friends who were spending the month there. From the minute we arrived we knew it was the correct decision to stay at this hotel. The staff are quite simply incredible, nothing is a problem and they will do anything to make your stay special. Our room was basic yet spotlessly clean. We had a superior room with bedroom, lounge and private balcony, it was cleaned daily and was just perfect for our stay in India. Now if like me the food is a big thing for you, you will not be let down, everything from the buffet evenings to the a la carte nights was delicious. Do try the butter chicken, its the bees knees.!!! Entertainment is varied, however I did do a couple of impromptu DJ nights which seemed to have went down a storm. 5 min walk from beach, pool area spotless and plenty of beds and chairs to soak up the delightful Indian sun. We will be back and look forward to seeing everyone again. You arrive a stranger but without sounding cheesy, you really do leave as a friend! Lots of love, George & Ryan xx
by Cazcaz20 on
I stayed in this hotel for two weeks and had one of the best holidays I have ever had. This was mainly due to the staff who always responded positively to any request. Our room was cleaned daily and was spotless. The food was delicious.The porridge at breakfast was a delight and there was a good selection of food for lunch and dinner. The staff were always helpful and welcoming. The atmosphere was relaxing and friendly and I felt part of the Aldeia family. I would definitely return and recommend it to other travellers.
by Muggle1963 on
We had a lovely 2 weeks in January and found all the staff to be really friendly and helpful. They even learnt our first names within 24 hrs! Accommodation: Ours was an upper floor twin room, which overlooked the swimming pool. I have to say although the pool looks a bit green in the photos, it is in fact very clean and just has green tiles! Food was excellent and catered for all tastes. Certainly not all buffet style , like many all inclusive resorts and well supervised by the head chef. There is an on-site massage parlour where you can have a very relaxing massage for around 8, as well as a jeweller and tailor. Really the only thing we didn't like was the entertainment, which was a bit of a mixed bag. The fire eaters and more authentic Indian music were great, but the old fashioned karaoke style singers well ..... not so good. Well done Aldeia Santa Rita , I miss you and you should be very proud of your staff x
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