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Sun, 02 Apr – Mon, 03 Apr (1 Night)  |  1 Room  |  1 Guest

Bom Mudhas

H. No. 1/170/ Gaura Vaddo, Calngute Bardez-Goa,403516, Goa , 403516  |  Show on map

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  • Overall Rating

    • 3.5
    • Bom Mudhas

      (based on 17 reviews)

  • TRAVELLER RATING

    • Terrible 1
    • Poor 3
    • Average 1
    • Very Good 9
    • Excellent 3
  • RATING SUMMARY

    • Location
      5.0
    • Sleep Quality
      3.0
    • Rooms
      3.5
    • Service
      3.5
    • Value
      4.0
    • Cleanliness
      3.0

Goa- Reinvented Goa- Reinvented

by KolkataArpan on February 1, 2016

I had been to Goa on 11th Jan 2016 n stayed @ Bom Mudhas for 7 nites n 8days. It's a 3 star hotel(oficialy not rated though) but it has fridge, tv, ac, hot water, double bed, wardrobe,n a wonderful sea facing room wid a balcony where any one can sit n njoy the sea without visiting sea beach. the sea in even visible from inside the room too. The room is clean, tidy, spacious, wid alternate days room cleaning facility Food is not available at the hotel without breakfast that is chargeable ofcourse. Food can be brought from outside and eaten inside the room. The hotel authorities provides you with curtlery. They have an adjoining restaurant under the same owner named "Viva la Fenice;an italian resto bar" which provides excellent quality of food. The owner is very friendly and cordial. Room rent is very economic as far Goa"s high budget hotels. Rs 3000 per nite (sea facing ac room)

Hotel tag not suitable Hotel tag not suitable

by Amazing_14 on March 20, 2014

We were having only one day of booking in GOA and next day in search of some GOOD HOTEL we landed up into this HELL. PROS : Only and only Good thing about this hotel is that it is just 20 - 30 steps from the Calangute beach. You can enjoy beach panorama during morning, evening and also till late night. CONS : 1. No House Keeping been done even after prompted for several times. 2. Blankets were not been provided even after reminding during check in. 3. Bed sheets were smelling very bad and mattresses were also not comfortable. 4. No Reception/NO attendants/NO Manager. With all this troubles we have change the hotel just next day. Overall : This place is just to keep your stuff at one place and go on long exploration of GOA beauty. Hence, it is not even worth of money.

HORRIBLE PLACE HORRIBLE PLACE

by Gene A on February 17, 2014

Please save yourself the trouble and stay away from this place! There is absolutely NOTHING good about it. If you want an unsafe place to stay or up for an adventure potentially costing your life, feel free to come. I wont even describe the disgusting rooms, because its the least of the problems of this "hotel". We had to cancel the booking after one night. There are plenty of great places all around, just walk around and ask...

Solo Women: Beware! Solo Women: Beware!

by Bee Bee K on January 7, 2014

The Good: It is a few steps away from the beach, free breakfast (egg, toast and tea), clean room (for the most part), if you just want a place to sleep and nothing more, this hotel is good. The Bad: No reception desk, no service, no internet, manager is not around, no security, a lot of ants in my room (even on the bed). It should be priced less because there are no services. The Ugly: On December 30, 2013, a worker tried to intrude and enter my room. At 6pm, he came to my door with a duster and asked to come in to clean. I said no. He then kept looking over my shoulder as I stood at the front door and asked what I was doing, if I was alone, etc. I was irritated, gave short answers and closed the door. I thought it strange that he came to clean at 6pm. However, I didn't think much about him because he seemed so mild mannered and was very soft spoken. If you met this guy you would never believe what he tried to do. After 9pm, on the same day, he knocked, I opened the door. He had 500 rupees in his hand and asked for change. I told him I had no change (then, I knew something was wrong with the situation, it was too late to stop by randomly asking for change). When I tried to close the door, he placed his foot and arm in between the door, told me to wait and again asked if I was alone, what was I doing etc. I told him I had no change and to leave me alone. (Mind you, this verbal exchange is occurring while I am trying to close the door on his foot and arm). As I tried to close the door, he kept pushing back the door, trying to push his way in my room. Only by God's grace was I able to shut the door. I later texted the manager about the situation. I was ready to call the police if he came by again. I became even more irritated because the manager sided with his employee's lies. I requested the manager to come to the hotel. He did. The employee still lied about the situation as I stood in front of him. The employee said he didn't come by my room and that it was a friend of mine who came by. In the end, the manager said he likes the employee, he's a good worker. LADIES BEWARE, he WILL strike again because he was so close to victimizing me. After this incident, I truly do not want to travel alone. I am grateful it was not worse. No one was in the hotel at the time. Normally, there would be someone else there. But for some reason, everyone was out at the time. That is why he came by. People eventually came to the hotel during my conversation with the manager. To add insult to injury... the manager asked me if I could give a good review online! Absolutely not! Men do not have to worry about theses things. But if you are a female who travels solo, or even splits from friends when traveling with a group: DO NOT STAY HERE. This was the first hotel where I felt unsafe during my 19 days in India. I could not sleep the remainder of the night.

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by KolkataArpan on January 31, 2016

Demo Trip Can only be prefered if u just want to stay next to the beach but then beach shacks are always there.

by Amazing_14 on March 19, 2014

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