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COCONUT CREEK RESORT

Coconut Creek Resort, the pride of South Goa beach resorts is the epitome of true Goan hospitality with exemplary dining and award-winning service, that pampers you to the core while respecting your personal space. Designed by celebrated Goan architect Dean D’cruz,  it is a  Boutique Resort located 200 meters from the serene Bogmalo Beach in South Goa.  Designed over ten years ago, the resort sports ten pavilions cozily nestled into a dense coconut grove surrounding a large free-form, lagoon-like, swimming pool. Each pavilion has two rooms; the ground floor has air-conditioned rooms with private sit-outs, while the top floor has airier rooms with ceiling fans that offer an aerial view of the bountiful flora and fauna and especially the coconut palms swaying in the cool sea breeze. The property comes alive during the monsoons as it takes on different hues of green.

Designed over ten years ago, the resort sports ten pavilions cozily nestled into a dense coconut grove surrounding a large free-form, lagoon-like, swimming pool. Each pavilion has two rooms; the ground floor has air-conditioned rooms with private sit-outs, while the top floor has airier rooms with ceiling fans that offer an aerial view of the bountiful flora and fauna and especially the coconut palms swaying in the cool sea breeze. The property comes alive during the monsoons as it takes on different hues of green.

The family-run Resort offers complimentary internet access, a games room, salon and spa, yoga and twenty air-conditioned deluxe rooms with pleasant staff for a memorable stay.

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During the season, it is packed with charter tourists, mainly from England. Rates include breakfast and airport transfers. Being less than ten mins from the airport this resort is easily accessible.

It would be tempting to stroll just a few minutes to the beach and have a sunset drink at their very own popular Joets Guesthouse, a bar and restaurant that is famous for its Goan cuisine.

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