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Montego Bay Beach Village (A Beach Property) Rating4.0/5, based on 204 Review(s) Price: Rs. 5,500

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Sun, 29 Jan – Mon, 30 Jan (1 Night)  |  1 Room  |  1 Guest

Montego Bay Beach Village (A Beach Property)

Vithaldas Waddo, Morjim,Pernem, Goa , 403512  |  Show on map

Rs.5,500

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  • Overall Rating

    • 4.1 Very Good  

      (based on 9 reviews)


      100% of our customers
      recommend this hotel

  • AVERAGE GUEST RATING

    • Room Quality 3.9
    • Service Quality 4.1
    • Dining Quality 4.0
    • Cleanliness 3.9

Abi Roni from Goa, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 4/5 Service Quality: 5/5 Dining Quality: 5/5 Cleanliness: 5/5

Good place, the best point is the hotel is bang on the beach, really way from noise and all hustle of the city. best for a romantic holyday. Its a bit overpriced but its ok i guess. tent is not an option if you dont like to be sweaty and sticky as there is no AC. rooms are bit smaller than a normal room you would get. Log huts gives you an amazing feel for sure. food is not too expensive etc, pretty good taste eventhough many many options are not available .

Biswajit from Goa, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 5/5 Service Quality: 4/5 Dining Quality: 4/5 Cleanliness: 4/5

The beach was very close to hotel. I had my meal in the restaurant it was fantastic in taste. Rooms were well furnished with modern style interiors. Staffs were efficient and polite in their work. I would recommend this hotel to my friends and relatives.

Amol from Goa, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 4/5 Service Quality: 3/5 Dining Quality: 3/5 Cleanliness: 4/5

No room service, the hotel didnt offer a sea facing room to us even tough it was available for one day. The location is fantastic, but is quiet far off from main city and popular beaches and the taxi rates are quiet high. the place was quiet isolated and had all non indians as tourists. Very little dinning options in an around the hotel so be prepared. But if you want to enjoy on the beach this is the place.

Mr Atin from Goa, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 2/5 Service Quality: 4/5 Dining Quality: 3/5 Cleanliness: 3/5

I didn't like the room. It was small and lack of hot water facility was also another concern. Apart from that I shared a good experience. The resort was on the beach. The view was fascinating. The food was decent. The staff was attentive and always willing to serve their best. To conclude, I would suggest them to look after the maintenance in order to meet the customer expectation.

Jaydip from Goa, India recommends this hotel Posted:  Room Quality: 4/5 Service Quality: 4/5 Dining Quality: 4/5 Cleanliness: 4/5

Room was attractive with great style. Service was quick and prompt. Breakfast and dinner was well served and it was superb in taste. Beach was close by to hotel. Overall the stay was excellent. Only the draw back was that the bathroom needs to be more cleaner.

  • Overall Rating

    • 4.0
    • Montego Bay Beach Village (A Beach Property)

      (based on 204 reviews)

  • TRAVELLER RATING

    • Terrible 9
    • Poor 9
    • Average 25
    • Very Good 85
    • Excellent 77
  • RATING SUMMARY

    • Location
      4.5
    • Sleep Quality
      4.0
    • Rooms
      4.0
    • Service
      4.0
    • Value
      4.0
    • Cleanliness
      4.0

Location and more... Location and more...

by ritwik265 on January 9, 2017

We stayed here in January 1st week. I holiday in Goa often, and had this place in mind for some time now, but was unsure - specially given some reviewers' concerns about : a/ size of room, b/ sewage smell, and c/ food and breakfast. However, I did think the location is good and so went ahead and booked this time. The resort is right at the beach, and is a big plus. We stayed in a log cabin, and the room is ok-sized, not bad. Food is actually pretty good - both desi, veg and seafood - and reasonably priced. Further, a lot of new restaurants have cropped up within 100 m distance, which offer variety. Breakfast needs improvement, yes, but it's not bad. Montego Bay is probably a bit short-staffed (in my opinion, most Goa hotels are), but the guys are polite and helpful. There is the issue of sewage smell, which although infrequent, is an irritant in an otherwise wonderful setting. Still, I will rank this as amongst the best places to stay in Goa, if your intention is to spend lots of time on the beach.

To think we almost stayed there! To think we almost stayed there!

by Swastayan on December 30, 2016

The biggest reason we chose to check out Montego Bay was its "pet-friendly" status on TripAdvisor. Of course, we were also swayed by the beautiful photos though our past experience had made us wary about trusting photos. When we arrived at the hotel at around 3 in the afternoon after a 13-hour drive from Mumbai, with two jumpy pet dogs in tow, we were told at the reception that there was only one log cabin left and that all other rooms (these included tents, which we came to know were not let out to patrons with canines) had been booked out. It was understandable because we had landed the day before Christmas. We were also told that the room would set us back by Rs 10k/night (Rs 8k if we didn't opt for the "complimentary" breakfast). This was almost double the online price we had seen a few hours ago. Tired from the gruelling drive, I agreed readily and asked to be shown the room. The room was a cramped little log cabin almost at the end of the property with no view of the sea. There was a small balcony beyond which lay the hotel lawns and garden. The room itself did not have much ventillation, and we realised that we would have to keep the AC turned on throughout the day to keep things comfortable. That meant being locked inside that tiny room for most of our stay. Even as we were debating if the room was worth Rs 10k/night, I asked the gentleman at the reception if we could take our furry companions to the beachfront restaurant. He said we couldn't since it would inconvenience the other guests. I then asked if we could then ask room service to serve us food in the room. That, too, wouldn't be possible, the front desk person told me, poker-faced. Eating inside the log cabin was not allowed because of ants, I was informed. And what if something falls from the trees into the food while it is being ferried from the restaurant to the room? All guests were therefore expected to eat at the restaurant. When I asked the gentleman how we would order food, given that room service was not available and that the restaurant was out of bounds for pets, he flatly told me that I was welcome to find some other hotel. It was at this point that I lost my temper. Not only was his suggestion completely unsolicited, it also showed that Montego Bay's pet-friendly tag was just that.. a tag. No prizes for guessing that we promptly excused ourselves from this Village.

Place for Serene and peaceful holiday by the beach Place for Serene and peaceful holiday by the beach

by Prashant P on December 29, 2016

The property is located very close to the beach, well maintained garden, the wooden huts (log cabin as they call it) are simple, functional and minimalist in design. The place offers very peaceful holiday by the Morjim beach. The beach is calm, though the sand is slightly blackish (neither white, nor golden). The restaurants serve a wide variety of food and drinks. Overall, if you love peaceful holiday in Goa, this is a good place.

A great find in Goa....the best place to stay A great find in Goa....the best place to stay

by prateem on November 29, 2016

I was searching for a place to stay in Goa where my pet dog was allowed...after a lot of searching we zeroed down on this place... There are many bests for this place: 1) amazing staff....cordial, polite, helpful and always smiling.... smooth check in and service all the way... 2) booked a AC log cabin as it allows the pet to stay with you....beautiful room with all facilities... 3) food is outstanding...thumbs up for their chef. Special mention for the grilled fish...outstanding.... 4) big spacious resort with multiple types of room options....log cabins, beach log cabins, villas, AC tents etc....spaced out resort with ample space for everyone... 5) right next to a less populated beach....less than a minute walk to the beach from any room... 6) ample parking. Only negative is an extremely small sized pool.....but that's like nitpicking.... I am assured of this place and would be my destination to stay most of the times I come to Goa.... HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO ALL...for all types of visitors, and more so for families with pets....

Nice tents but terrible ambience overall. The owners need to wake up and take charge. Nice tents but terrible ambience overall. The owners need to wake up and take charge.

by Shehzeen C on November 28, 2016

Great property, great location, the water is just lovely and right at your door step, however these idiots screw all that up by playing backstreet boys and nsync on full volume all day and night- whether un are a fan or not the music is basically on from 10:30am to 10:30pm NON STOP- that's 12 hours of continuous songs. it s fun at first but after 10-12 hrs of it you may develop a small migraine. It definitely an annoyance after a while and takes away from the pleasure/ experience so much that you cannot even enjoy the sound of the waves and the sea which is the whole point of staying in the tents right on the beach. Right?! The ambience needs to be tweaked a bit to really enhance the overall experience of someone staying here. As the property is great. It seems the owners don't care much how this place is run as long as it's running. Like the night guard watching a Hindi film on loud outside the tents and the restaurant area. No I don't want to hear filmy dialogues while eating and and trying to sleep, thanks. The music is enough to give me a headache. They don't get the whole nature connect. AT ALL. Food is average but decent. Staff is sweet though and very accommodating. Nice people there but I wouldn't stay here again- also an undergarment of mine mysteriously disappeared after my tent was cleaned and there was no apology or professionalism or explanation- which was a bit weird. For anyone looking for peace, quiet, relaxation, good sleep and hearing the waves-this is not the optimum spot. Unless of course they turn down their ghastly music which you can hear blaring in the nearby tents. :) The pool is not real- it's a big plastic bag pitched up on the grass. Quiet small - and the water smells funny- also not regularly cleaned- loads of bugs, leaves and swimming beetles in the pool. The sprinkling of hammocks and chair hammocks is nice. And there is a separate smoking section for tables- nice. However some of the guests still smoked near the front lawn/hammocks etc. not great for someone who is allergic. This should be enforced uniformly, but no one seemed to care even though there was a board advertising a 200 rupee fine for smoking outside of the allotted area. Loads of Mosquitos- carry repellent. Tents are nice- great fabric and apholstry. The bathroom section may have a few friendly frogs that like to go and hide inside the pot. But no harm done there. Also on our last night a rat tried to sneak into the tent from the bathroom section of the tent as there are big holes in the tiles and the tent is not well protected from the exterior in the bathroom area- the sleeping area however is fin with two way zips and sealed where it meets the ground. After a lot of shrieking the rat ran out and all was fine in the world again. The shower in tent no 8 was weak and the plumbing overall was quite poor and leaky. Tent no 5 was way better I'm comparison. The taps didn't spurt and leak incessantly. And the shower was very nice and powerful. Choose a tent or chalet far far away from the restaurant. However u may miss out on hearing the waves and the sea if you get one right at the back of the property. Also construction goin on outside the lobby area you don't want a wooden cottage lining that road. Overall nice but as I said with a little adjustments and tweaking the amibience of the resort it could definitely be better.

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Demo Trip Log cabins are cramped, with no view of the sea. Front desk curt & unhelpful. Nothing pet-friendly about this hotel.

by Swastayan on December 30, 2016

Demo Trip All rooms offer garden view, almost on the beach

by Prashant P on December 29, 2016

Demo Trip Choose the beach side tents.

by ranjantalks on September 15, 2016

Demo Trip Opt for Tented accommodation

by arnav g on July 5, 2016

Demo Trip Log Cabins are Comfortable ; Beach-facing cabins are priced more for the view; The Tents may have rodent/insect issues.

by delhidoc on April 1, 2016

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