This wonderful authentic Portuguese villa has been stylishly converted into a five bedroom property close to Panjim and the sights of Old Goa. The house, originally known as Villa Morgado, was built a century ago by Casimiro Honorato de Siqueira Nazare for his wife, and family and has been in the family until very recently, after which this little oasis has been lovingly restored to its former glory, with elegant touches throughout.
Centred around an inviting swimming pool, you feel as though you are a very special guest in this graceful home. Meals are discussed in person and your bespoke menu with Goan and European flavours are seamlessly woven together. You can then choose to eat when and wherever you like, in the dining room, courtyard, by the riverside.
Each of the five rooms has been expertly finished with local antiques, light bright interiors and views overlooking the lake or courtyard pool. Whilst there are no TV’s in the rooms, there is complimentary Wifi throughout the property, massage therapists on call and a concierge at hand to help you make the very most of your stay, helping to tailor your days whether exploring the local sights, or simply finding the perfect spot to relax.
Amrapali, House of Grace is located in a serene setting on the river Zuari, off the Siridao Bridge. Here you can sit back and unwind, have a massage by the pool or have a private yoga session. The hotel is very well located to Old Goa and the international airport, and day excursions to the best beaches can easily arranged through the wonderful hotel manager. Due to the boutique nature of this property, it really is the place to relax in this simple yet stylish villa. With only five rooms on offer this is the perfect place to for a family or indeed group of friends. True to its historic routes this House of Grace allows you to experience the way life can be lived – sussegad, generous and blissful.
The hotel has recently opened Café Amrapali offering a wonderful selection of light meals, tea time treats all curated by the in house Cordon Bleu chef.
Hyderabad, Gulbarga, Bijapur, Badami, Hampi, Goa, Mumbai