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South Indian cuisine has taken the world by storm. And it finds its way via the global palate on Goan shores. How many ways can one eat a dosa? From the more commonly Sada and set dosa with cheese to the masala - this plaza brings you some innovative exotic offerings in the 'Rocket Mysore Dosa' - a thin crepe coated with tomato ketchup and mint chutney to the 'Prem Roast Masala Dosa' stuffed with 4 chutneys mingled with mashed potatoes. The Mexicans are not to be left far behind with the fusion dosas. The 'Mexi Roll Dosa' is a crispy crepe stuffed with vegetables, grated cottage cheese mingled with hot garlic sauce and vegetarian mayonnaise. Other delicacies include the 'Thali' served with a sweet, rice, dal, rasam, sambar and poriyal with buttermilk, puris and appalam. This multi-cuisine establishment is known for its 'Mumbai Chaat Corner' and 'Madras Filter Coffee', which is coffee aficionados find.
Amazing venue with fantastic views and highly recommended if passing through or wanting to be close to the airport. Staff are amazing and friendly and most welcoming so highly recommend a visit. Worth a visit
i liked the pools view, the view to the sea, altough it has a private beach without sand. Nice rooms, clean bathrooms, friendly staff. The breakfast was poor, the lack of refrigeratorin the rooms, you will have to pay 6 euro extra day.Overall, you should go and chek in.
Traveling with my father in Sicily for the first time, after Mallorca. There was no problems for the transfer airport-hotel, but the rooms weren’t ready. The only thing incredible was the view, a paradisiac view on the bay. The room was old-fashioned, the balcony side on the air group. The food was not great at all expect nature pasta. We had to take the bus for to find a bank, eat an ice-cream, buy some memories. Even the beach is so far away from the club. All trips was very expensive. Fortunately we made friends otherwise the journey would have been very annoying
We stayed because the hotel was close (15 mins drive) to Palermo airport and we were taking the 10.20 flight back to gatwick. Hotel is very dated, must have looked great in 1970 but its showing its age. It has 3 swimming pools, one Olympic sized, and a bar with a lovely view over the bay. Unlike other reviews we didnt suffer from the disco, i think because we were too early in the season. Most staff friendly, poor English so helps to speak some Italian. The night manager refused to check us out which was a problem when we had a taxi booked at 8am. Dinner was a buffet £16euros each and kids were 2 for 1. Pretty basic buffet with caraffe of wine thrown in. Ate outside and really enjoyed watching the sun go down over the bay. Breakfast was basic, pastries and cereals. Coffee was horrible. Room - very dated. Mostly clean, bit dusty. My children were very impressed, but they are only 7&5. We got bitten to shreds by a mosquito - one managed to get in the room when we had the balcony doors open. Oh and there's no lift for luggage.
Stayed here only one night thank goodness. Checked in late. No elevator to bring three big pieces of luggage to second floor. Toilet had sanitation ribbon on it but had remenants of the last guests. 🤢 No hot water for any of us. Paid for a triple but the third bed was a roll away bed which was almost the same as sleeping on the floor, Room was stifling hot, Air conditioning was VERY limited and then just suddenly went off completely during the night, Had to get up at 3 am to open doors because we were suffocating. Loud DJ dance party going on outside our balcony until 1 am. Breakfast consisted of bread and cake. Coffee from a vending machine. Limited protein offered, I would compare this place to a tacky motel at the Jersey shore,