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

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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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Need a good package for 3 nights for 3 couples

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

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@Royce – LOL!

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

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

@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.

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@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.

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

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