Situated amongst tropical trees just a stone's throw away from the Baga River and a short distance from the popular Baga beach, this luxurious hotel offers a peaceful location whilst still providing access to all the popular local amenities.
Haggle for bargains, sample sumptuous street food or enjoy a fresh fruit cocktail at the famous Saturday Night Market in Arpora (at seasonal times), just a fifteen-minute walk away. Alternatively, make use of the hotel's handy shuttle bus service (as per the resort's scheduled itinerary) and take to the sands of North Goa's liveliest and most popular beach, Baga Beach.
This vibrant stretch of golden sand offers a plethora of restaurants, beach shacks and shops, as well as the opportunity to try your hand at a number of water sports.
Spacious, air-conditioned guestrooms are finished with tiled floors, dark wood furnishings and pastel-coloured walls to create a cool, calming atmosphere, while each room is equipped with a separate bedroom and living area to give you more space in which to relax. Rooms also feature a fridge, LCD TV, telephone, tea & coffee making facilities, electronic safe locker, free high speed Wi-Fi and a private balcony with views over the pool of the hotel's grounds.
Pride Sun Village has a restaurant and two bars offering an eclectic choice of cuisines to please every guest. Sundowner is a relaxed lounge bar offering refreshing beers, cocktails and comfort food as well as a pool table and an amicable atmosphere. While Village Lounge offers outdoor drinks on the manicured lawns for Gala buffets and exciting theme evenings.
Intricate statues, airy lounges, archways and warm, natural tones give this hotel a Colonial-era quality, whilst the large relaxing swimming pool, beauty parlour and spa add to the feeling of being away from it all. The hotel also offers a well-equipped gym and games room to keep more active guests entertained.
Situated amongst tropical trees just a stone's throw away from the Baga River and a short distance from the popular Baga beach, this luxurious hotel offers a peaceful location whilst still providing access to all the popular local amenities. With a delicious restaurant and excellent facilities Pride Sun Village makes for an ideal, relaxing getaway.
Average location, old structure and facilities, urgently needs upgrade, small restaurant. Worst part of all is the food lacking both in variety but more importantly quality left a lot to be desired. At least they’re receptive to criticism and suggestions...
Hoping for better experience next time. The saving grace, as always, is ever smiling and helpful staff.
I went to Hotel Pride Sun Village to attend a conference oh Hospital Management from March 1-7, 2020. The hotel is 1.30 hours away from Goa Airport. Big property with 250 rooms. It is a heritage property. The staff was good. We have to climb stairs to reach the conference venue for the initial 2 days...
The lift was out of order on 1st and 2nd March 2020. Later, we were provided a vehicle from the reception to the conference venue. I have some suggestions for the property:
The hotel is very old and no renovation have been done. The rooms are big and the staff are very courteous. The food is not so good...
Location is average and it’s a little inland. Overall I suggest that you try and avoid this place.
I am writing this review with the understanding that Goa is one of the most favourite destinations to national as well as international tourists. tourism. This hotel was booked as a group destination for some meeting of about 50 medical professionals...
Even though I saw the Tripadvisor rating of this hotel but that time I had already paid the fees for my 7 days stay. The phone given on the website of the hotel wasn't attended for two days and there is no direct email of the hotel. Ultimately I had to contact the meeting organiser. I wanted to confirm my check-in at late midnight as my flight reaches Goa airport around 12:45 am and the taxi takes about 1 hour from airport to his hotel. My taxi was organised by the conference organiser but the cost was too much (INR 3500 just to pick me up from the airport). When I reached the hotel which is located in the extremely remote and ruined area, experience at counter was unique. The receptionist ask me to pay the taxi fare before doing my check-in formalities (even though the taxi was from hotel only). I asked him to prepare the receipt and I took out my wallet to pay, but he insisted to pay first before any check-in formality. By that time it was 2 AM. The hotel is very disorganised and old construction. No lifts /elevators and the stairs are zig-zag manners and up and down many times Since it was early morning I did not bother much and without AC and TV I slept. The linen was smelling though. Next morning I found that my window AC is making a huge noise and the TV set-top box is not charged for the last several days. I called the counter and wondered how a hotel can allot the rooms without standard check protocols. Anyways by that time, my concerns were communicated to the manager who called me and assured me take care and meet me next morning. Hope the hotel will improvise the protocols and improve the services. Even though food taste is good, but the stewards are crude/untrained and have no professionalism. They do not know how to serve tea, or water. Wi-fi is extremely slow and one can not do any official work at this speed.
Looking for peaceful stay then go for it. Small Kirana stores are closeby. In addition if you want to visit Baga beach which is hardly 3km from the resort...
I would suggest you to rent a bike and visit anywhere like Calangute Beach which is 4km from the resort, Vagator Beach (would recommend to visit for the sunset) which is again hardly 4km from the resort.
While booking make sure you include breakfast with your stay because restaurants in Goa opens after 9:30AM