Mother-In-Law’s First Trip to India: Park Hyatt Goa, Park King
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The regular room was nice but was much smaller than my mom’s suite.Trip Report Index
- Introduction & Planning
- Kansas City to Chicago
- American Airlines Flagship Lounge
- American Airlines Flagship Service From Chicago To London
- British Airways First Class from London to Mumbai
- Shopping in Bombay
- Eating in Bombay
- Sights in Bombay
- Park Hyatt Goa Resort & Spa
- Park Hyatt Goa, Park Suite
- Park Hyatt Goa, Park King
- Park Hyatt Goa, Park Hyatt Goa Activities
- Eating In & Around the Park Hyatt Goa
- Radisson Blu, Agra
- A Day in Agra
- Hyatt Regency Delhi
- 2 Days in Delhi
- Eating in Delhi
- United Business Class Back to the US
- Conclusion and Blog Giveaway
The room wasn’t huge, but there was still a desk and chair in the room.
And a back porch with a garden (bushes) view. No sea view for us!
The desk, bed, and chair were all in the same room.
The TV and mini-bar was to the side.
There was a small closet to store our clothes.
The bathroom had a shower and a bathtub.
But there were no rose petals or bath oil, like in the suite.
There was an outdoor shower, but it only had cold water.
It could also use a coat of paint!
We had a lounge chair and table on our patio, but we were hardly in our room.
It was a nice room, but I was happy that my mom was in the suite and not in the regular room!
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