Mother-In-Law’s First Trip to India: Park Hyatt Goa, Park Suite

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Emily:  We paid $220 per night for a regular room for 3 nights for my mom and Judi, and used 6,000 Hyatt points to upgrade the room to a Park Suite for all 3 nights!  It was my mom’s first suite and she was so excited!

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Connie & Judi in the Park Suite

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As you entered, there was the living room with a couch.

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Living Room

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Park Suite Living Room

Across from the sofa and coach was a TV and desk.

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TV and Desk

We got a bottle of wine and some dried fruits and snacks for being a Hyatt Diamond elite member.

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Desk

Next to the TV was a small table with a coffee maker and bottled water.

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TV & Small Table

There was also a large writing desk and a bar below the TV.  The table had a Keurig coffee maker with the coffee refills.  I really like this coffee because it is quick to make.

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Coffee Maker and Bottled Water

I liked the iPhone charger as well, which makes recharging your iPhone quick and easy.

All of the details were taken care of for them: a bottle of wine (ok, they forgot the corkscrew), chocolates, biscuits, and other snacks, complimentary for Diamond elite members.

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Diamond Amenity

There was also a guest bathroom off to the side.

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Guest Bathroom

As you kept walking, you entered the large bedroom which had a view of the green grounds and the sea beyond that.

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Bedroom

There was a king bed with a vanity mirror and chair…

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Bedroom

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Connie & Judi in the Bedroom

…a TV, and a couch.

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TV & Couch in Main Bedroom

The bathroom was also very large and luxurious.  There was a shower and a tub, complete with bath salts and fresh rose petals.

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Bathtub with bath salts

The amenities were not the usual Forest Essentials (which are made in India).  We really like the Forest Essentials brand but gave this a try.  However, later on we got Forrest Essentials amenities.

The bathroom had his and hers sinks.

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His & Her Sinks

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Connie & Judi in the Bathroom

..and a large closet.

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Closet

One of the best features of the room was the large wrap around porch with the sea view.

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View from the Porch

 

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View From the Porch

There were two comfortable lounge chairs.

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Lounge Chairs on Porch

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Lounge Chairs

Along with a table on which to eat a snack or have a drink.

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Table on the Porch

There was also a clothes rack to hang wet clothes on.

This was my mom’s first suite, so it was well worth the upgrade!  It was luxurious and spacious, and I liked how the little details were there, such as the coffee maker, his and hers sinks, and the wraparound porch.

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25 responses to “Mother-In-Law’s First Trip to India: Park Hyatt Goa, Park Suite

  1. It doesn’t look that fancy. Is it clean (look at the toilet). What category is this hotel?

  2. @jrey: I don’t know what made you think that this is not fancy. I as an indian can tell you this is gorgeous. It may not have the plush carpet and modern furniture like western hotels. It has wooden floors and beautiful hand carved furniture. I haven’t stayed in Park Hyatt in India but I can tell you most Indian hotels and homes have marble floors in bathrooms. That’s why it looks kind of stained in the pics!

  3. @Diana: That’s why I didn’t think it was anything special especially in Asia. Most homes in that region don’t have plush carpet/modern furniture. This suite looks just like a typical residential area there.

  4. Oh and the stain on the toilet, I don’t think it is marble.

  5. yea the toilet caught my eye. wasn’t shiny.

  6. There is no stain on the toilet! If you would look more closely, you will see that it’s just a ridge on the toilet casting a shadow…

  7. Sal + 1

  8. I would not want to use that toilet. eeeek!

  9. Connie and Judi in the bathroom. Seriously?

  10. Excellent report as usual, and I love the photos. How was the service/treatment at this property?

  11. @jrey: Good Lord…that’s not a stain, it’s a ridge. Look more closely before you post negative comments. I’m sure Park Hyatt’s worldwide have to maintain some degree of standard!

  12. That’s not a Keurig coffee maker. It’s a Nespresso. Way, way, better.

  13. @VPath: After the 2nd look, maybe it’s not stain but I still think this suite does not look luxury. That’s why I asked which category was this property? I just wonder if all hotels are the same in the region? Or this is the top already. I asked because I honestly don’t know.

  14. @jrey - It is a category 4 and yes, it was clean.

    @Kalboz – It was very, very good. We got complimentary breakfast for all 3 of our rooms, even though I was the only Diamond, and the Diamond amenity was in each of our rooms as well.

  15. That is a really nice hotel. How would you compare this with a stay at an American Hyatt of similar category?

  16. @Jonathan - It was much better than a US category 4 Hyatt.

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  18. FYI: Looks like the picture of the “guest bathroom” was labeled as “guest bedroom”.

  19. Need a good package for 3 nights for 3 couples

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