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by PommyBloke on February 16, 2019
I stayed here 4 years ago, it was basic but nice and was run by a woman with positive energy and it showed in the staff and in the place itself. How things have changed. This time, however, its very different. Time has really taken its toll on the love temple. Theres no love here anymore. Its tired and the first night I stayed I was bitten badly by bed bugs. See pictures. I reported this to the owner and he reacted like he couldnt possibly care less. I gave him the chance to refund me and I would walk away from this and not post pictures here on Trip Advisor ... his reply was: they wouldnt know that you got these bites here! I paid upfront but Rs.6000 wasnt worth fighting over. My holiday was more important so I checked in at Mariners Bay Resort (Mandrem) and oh my, the difference is like night and day. Ill be posting this elsewhere too, with a Russian translation. But in a nutshell, stay away from this place. Its tired, very dirty and theres not a lot of love. If you want to enjoy your holiday in the sun, dont stay here, you deserve better.
by AynSpanish on November 9, 2018
Stayed here a few nights with friends and we loved it. The huts may not be in the best shape but I totally get it. They have to tear everything down and start from scratch every season so thats a lot of work. The huts are massive! Big bed with mosquito net. The bathrooms are a bit funny (but worked anyway) again, its just how it works in Goa. The restaurant is super chill, awesome crew, good food/smooties and the vibe was just perfect. Stunning view too! My other friends stayed for over a week so yep, its a big yes for us!
by Jatin C on April 17, 2018
A get away not only for yourself.. but one for the spirit.. was lucky enough to be present when they had music festival going on and the best international artists from across the world vibed the place! The food was too good & the sundown brings the buskers on the beach.. Love Temple & Arambol- a spiritual odyssey of their own.
by giuliaqwerty on January 6, 2018
We bumped into the Love Temple one evening, looking for some water, and really liked the environment of the common area. We went back for breakfast the following morning and enjoyed it a lot: fresh, home-made organic food. We took a look at the beach huts and moved in immediately. The rate was half the price of the place where we were staying (Basho Huts, right nextdoor), but the huts, service, food and atmosphere were much much better! We would have moved to the Love Temple even if the rate had been double of what we were paying at our previous accommodation. We are not sure why there are some negative reviews, the whole place is rebuilt every year apparently, I guess the owners learnt from the past. Our experience after 4 nights has been nothing but fabulous. The Love Temple is a great place to hang out, have a healthy meal, relax with a good book and do some yoga/meditation if interested (they provide classes). We would for sure come back here if we are in Arambol in the future.
by FreeBirdLeaps on March 18, 2017
This place is looking tired, service was pretty much non-existent, and the location is so noisy. The huts are very basic - if you are unclucky enough to get one next to the shared toilet you will hear/ smell EVERYTHING. It took over an hour for a pancake to arrive when I was one of the only people in the restaurant, although the view of the beach is nice. There are waaaaaay nicer places around
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