Renest Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of its new hotel Renest Calangute
Renest Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of its new hotel Renest Calangute

Renest Hotels & Resorts is excited to declare the official launch of its latest hotel, the Renest Calangute Goa, set to greet visitors starting October 2023.

Positioned strategically, this is conveniently situated a short 10-minute drive away from Candolim beach, and only a quick 15-minute trip to the renowned Calangute Beach.

Renest Calangute Goa presents 30 intricately crafted rooms, radiating opulence and coziness.

"As we elevate our ambitions for expansion throughout the nation, we are thrilled to unveil our latest establishment, Renest Calangute Goa. The burgeoning tourism, both from local and international travelers, in Goa is experiencing rapid growth, and we are enthusiastic about demonstrating our exceptional hospitality benchmarks to visitors exploring the state," remarked Vishal Lonkar, General Manager of Brand Development at Renest Hotels & Resorts.

The restaurant's menu expertly fuses the lively tastes of Indian, Asian, and European cuisines, offering a skillful amalgamation of flavors.

The skilled team of therapists at the hotel has carefully developed a variety of revitalizing treatments, spanning from massages to facials, all intended to renew your equilibrium and overall state of wellness.

The property is situated around 38 kilometers from Dabolim Airport, and the newly inaugurated Manohar International Airport in Mopa, North Goa, is conveniently positioned just 29 kilometers away.

Travelers have the option to reach Goa via Madgaon Railway Station, which serves as a stop for trains from prominent cities across India.

Other railway stations in Goa include Thivim, Karmali, and Vasco da Gama. The state is well linked through roadways, accessible through national highways, and regular bus services run from cities such as Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, and Bangalore.

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