Facilities At Sun Village Hotel In Goa,
A Four Star Hotel In Goa (4 Star Hotel In Goa)
Dining facilities at Sun Village Goa
There are many restaurants offering varied cuisine at this four star hotel in Goa.
This is an exclusive buffet restaurant at this four-star beach hotel in Goa which allows you the pleasure of having breakfast, lunch or dinner both indoors and outdoors. The décor of this restaurant is bright and airy. There is also an International cuisine with a wide variety of dishes to please any taste bud.
This is an air-conditioned restaurant at this 4 star beach hotel in Goa boasting of an Aztec décor and serves Mexican, Continental and Indian cuisine.
This is an exclusive air-conditioned pub open only at night. Available on the menu is an array of cocktails, wines and liquors. For entertainment, this restaurant has a Pool Table. Cocktail, mocktail and drinks are available on choice.
This is an open air restaurant where mouth watering sizzlers are served straight from the tandoor and the grill. This restaurant at Sun Village hotel in Goa is open only thrice a week: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Conference and Banquet facilities at Sun Village Goa
The Sun Village beach resort in Goa boasts of a well-equipped conference hall wherein meetings can be conducted without any tensions.
Recreation and Health facilities at Sun Village Goa
This four-star beach hotel in Goa has a special swimming pool for the kiddies where the kids can have a gala time while the adults either join them or enjoy their swim at a bigger pool. There is also a shopping arcade at this four-star beach hotel in Goa which gives you an option to shop till you drop.
There is a Health Club which helps you to keep fit and fine. If you are interested in an Ayurvedic massage, then you can visit the Ayurgreen Ayurvedic Center at this four-star Goa beach hotel.
Other attractions while at Sun Village Goa
There are three favourite haunts among the guests staying at this 4 star Goa beach hotel. They are the Club Cubana, Mapusa market and the Anjuna Flea market.
Club Cubana is situated in the hills of Arpora, a 3-minute drive from Sun Village Hotel in Goa. As you reach the bottom of the hill, you begin the journey through the forest. Alternately, the Club provides a jeep which drives you down to the Club.
This Club offers a spectacular view of palm trees, sparkling lights of the village and the sea in the horizon that mesmerizes anyone in its beauty.
The dance floor is large with very high ceiling and has a stairway and viewing gallery. The latest club music spun by reputed DJ's from the world over keeps the dance floor rocking till early morning hours.
From the tandoor and the pizza zones, mouthwatering snacks are made available throughout the night. A 30-foot bar and a gamut range of beverages including a large list of excellent wines and cocktails make this Club Cubana the best bar in town. An all-night swimming pool and the bikini-bar reminds you that you are on holiday and having fun.
The name Mapusa has evolved from the Konkani words "maap" meaning 'volumes of measure' and "Sa" meaning 'to fill'. The popularity of Mapusa as a market center grew during the ancient festivals held in honour of the God Kanakeshwar Baba, venerated at the Bodgeshwar Temple. These festivals attracted large crowds seeking to fulfill their wishes. Mapusa's location in the heart of commercial activity and its close proximity to a religious place have caused this market to grow to its current size.
The market, held on Fridays, is as authentic and lively as ever and a walk through this Mapusa market gives a visitor a taste of the 'essence' of the land of Goa. Women from surrounding villages gather here to sell their wares either in the shade of a building or under the shade of a hand-held umbrella.
Recently, new shops have come up to woo the tourists. Thus at the entrance of the Mapusa market one will find several stalls selling trinkets and other articles often picked up by tourists as souvenirs.
The people of Goa also prefer to buy fresh foodstuffs from here. Mapusa market offers an abundance of fresh fish, variety of locally produced vegetables and exotic fruits. Besides this one can find at this market earthen pots, coir mats, Gaon spices and the famous Goan 'chouricos' (sausages).
Anjuna Flea Market
Located in the heart of the 'backpackers' scene, the Anjuna flea market is the place to be on Wednesdays in Goa. A beach town situated off the North of Goa, Anjuna became the hideout for Western 'hippies' arriving in the 60's. Finding their wallets empty but wanting to stay longer, these travelers auctioned off their belongings from guitars to jewelry to jeans. Thus began the infamous 'flea' market at Anjuna.
Located on the sandy stretch overlooking the waves of the Arabian sea, what started as an open-air hippie exchange has become one of the most popular attractions for backpackers and tourists alike.
Unlike the antiquity of the Mapusa market, the Anjuna flea market has a unique style and rhythm of its own. The Anjuna flea market covers almost the entire stretch of Anjuna beach. The majority of the people come to observe and buy, while the hawkers hailing from Gujarat, Rajasthan, and the semi-nomadic Lamani tribe in Karnataka woo the tourist to come and buy their wares.
You can buy from this market thick silver jewelry, richly dyed fabrics and trinkets from all over India. The Anjuna flea market, which begins around 9am and closes only with the setting of the sun, is a unique experience which the visitor in Goa shouldn't miss.