Alila Diwa Goa is situated in South Goa along the coast of the beautiful Gonsua Beach in Majorda offering panoramic views of verdant paddy fields leading out towards the Arabian Sea.

Located 20 minutes away from Dabolim International Airport, the resort blends contemporary Goan architecture with the destination’s cultural richness to create a stylish, relaxing environment. Each of the 153 rooms and suites are designed for laid back indulgence, enhanced by the beauty of the vibrant natural surroundings. At the heart of the resort is an endless infinity pool that extends out into the paddy terraces.

For a more intimate experience, the exclusive Diwa Club with 35 spacious rooms and suites offers pure luxury, with in-room check-in, all day breakfast and its own lap pool with an open air jacuzzi.

The on-site restaurants and bar cater to any fancy, blending the best of local flavour with a fresh, contemporary twist. VIVO delights with a ‘live’ kitchen experience serving Indian and International cuisine in a casual, contemporary setting. Spice Studio, an award winning restaurant built around an ancient banyan tree serves a tantalizing menu of Indian cuisine from around the region, flavoured with robust spices. Edge Bar, overlooking the infinity pool provides a scenic refreshing experience where guests can enjoy delicious finger food and modern mixology while at the Bistro in the Diwa Club, a dedicated culinary team delights guests with home-made specialties catering to every palate.

Alila Diwa Goa is complemented by a beautiful spa that provides unique treatments blending Asian healing techniques with ancient beauty recipes.

A family entertainment zone that includes a mini theatre and children’s activity area will ensure our little guests are entertained while conference facilities include a stylish pillarless ballroom, meeting rooms and a large outdoor lawn that can accommodate up to 300 people.

Author: Planet Goa Team
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