Looking beyond its sun kissed beaches and churches, Goa is slowly but surely emerging as a wellness destination in its own right. Wellness has become a key driver not just in daily life but also as a means to travel. At Alcon Victor Group the property provides a glimpse into the traditional Portuguese culture through a mix of contemporary and local heritage architecture, built like a small luxury village in itself. The resort also offers a range of dining options. Seagull, the all-day dining restaurant, serves buffet spreads, a-l-a carte meals and offers a dining experience with live cooking stations. Further, guests with an Indian palate can head towards Kebabs & Kurries, the fine dining Indian outlet that presents signature dishes from the royal kitchens of India. At Mama Mia, the resort’s seasonal poolside grill restaurant offers guests an appetising selection of fiery grills prepared by the talented Chefs of the eatery. Guests can also enjoy the views of the pool at Amalia & Tia Maria, the poolside and lobby bars.
Appreciating the needs of today’s travellers, Novotel Goa Dona Sylvia Resort features two dedicated conference rooms with a capacity to serve about 200 guests. The resort also offers two Seaside Lawns by the white sands of Cavelossim Beach, making it a perfect setting for events and black-tie affairs. With a team of skilled professionals, Sohum Spa at the property provides a variety of Indian Ayurvedic treatments, aromatherapy sessions and revitalising western massages.
The property also features an outdoor pool, a fitness centre, an activity area and shopping centre for its discerning guests. So, whether for shopaholics, fitness enthusiasts or nature lovers – the resort’s location and features cover all they want. At Novotel Goa Dona Sylvia Resort, their aim is to host a complete getaway package, where guests can come and enjoy the simple but luxurious pleasures of a resort.