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Title: The Sun

  • The Sun
  • The Sand
  • And Rhythm of the Soul..
  • The Goan Magic

  • Goa, a tiny emerald land on the West Coast of
    India with its natural scenic beauty is a
    masterpiece of nature. Known as the Pearl of the
    Orient, Goa beckons with its natural beauty,
    stretches of pristine white sand, mesmerizing
    palm trees, white churches resting against lush
    green paddy fields and strumming of guitars from
    distant taverns to make Goa a perfect hideaway
    for those seeking respite from the concrete
    jungle of modern civilization. Goa with its
    attractive beaches and temples, old Goan homes
    famous for its architecture, feasts and festivals
    and above all hospitable people with the rich
    cultural milieu have an ideal touristic profile.

  • With a
    coastline of around 25 to 40 Kms, nested
    in-between the warm boundless blue of the Arabian
    Sea and the slopes of the Western Ghats, the
    beaches serve up great aqua sports, fishing and
    snorkeling experience for marine enthusiasts. One
    can scuba dive into a few wrecks dating to the
    colonial Portuguese era, para-sail, water ski,
    sail and wind surf. You can take diving lessons,
    embark on fishing trips, dolphin cruises,
    crocodile spotting in backwaters or just sail to
    deserted islands and have a beach bar-be-que.

  • Goa was a Portuguese colony for 450
    years and was liberated on 19 December 1961.
    Since then it has assimilated in the Indian ethos
    but still has maintained its distinct identity in
    its life style, music, dance, food, drinks and
    its festivals. Panjim the capital of Goa,
    having preserved its heritage remarkably well, is
    vested with private houses and government
    buildings that date back to Portuguese times.

  • Some of the famous beaches in Goa are, Sinquerim,
    Calangute, Baga, Anjuna, Vagator, Morjim and
    Cavelossim, Varca, Benaulim last being famous for
    turtle nesting. Large airy balconies, houses with
    red roofs, narrow roads, wooded hills, baroque
    churches, ancient temples and old Goan mansions
    with their wide long verandahs, along-with
    mangrove backwaters is an experience which would
    fill your heart with something more than just
  • This
    paradise is an astonishing mix of traditional and
    contemporary elements and manages to keep a happy
    balance between preserving its cultural heritage
    and allowing new impulses to bring about change.
    The zest of Goans for music and dance is amply
    reflected in its festivals like Carnival, Holi,
    Diwali, and Easter besides of course Christmas
    and New Year, which is a weeklong party.
  • Goa serves an incredible range of exotic
    delicacies hence it has got its name Gourmet
    Paradise. It has a wave of fusion restaurants
    like Italian, Mexican, Chinese and Thai. One can
    savor North Indian, Punjabi Mughlai cuisine.
    The haunting flavors of Goan cuisine
    unforgettably tantalize the taste buds. A visit
    to seaside shacks is a must where one can have a
    sumptuous taste of fish, prawns, crabs, calamari,
    lobsters etc. One of the most traditional drinks
    of India, Feni, comes from Goa, brewed from both
    palm tree as well as caju fruit. Though all types
    of liquors are readily available across the state
    at a very reasonable price, the Goans are as
    emotional about their feni as they are about
    their cuisine.

  • Goas
    weather is warm but never too hot, temperatures
    vary between 21 degree Celsius to 35 degree
    Celsius (70F to 90 F) and features cloudless blue
    skies except the monsoon the period between June
    to September. However it is also during the
    monsoons that Goa is at its most beautiful with
    green fields and strong winds. Goan temples and
    churches are a must see for all. Old Goa boasts
    of the largest cathedral in Asia and the
    magnificent Basilica, which houses the mortal
    remains of St. Francis Xavier the patron St. of
    Goa. Some of the best known Hindu temples are the
    XIVth century Tambdi Surla in the far-east,
    Mangueshi Temple with its mixed blend of
    Architecture, Shree Mahalsa temple with its
    exotic wooden carved pillars plus a host of other
    ancient churches and temples.

  • If you are interested in exotic birds
    animals, Goa has wildlife sanctuaries, unspoiled
    countryside, grassy savannas tribal villages.
    The biggest sanctuary, Bhagwan Mahavir wild life
    sanctuary, is 240 sq. km of tropical forest. Some
    of the common animals / birds are monkeys, wild
    boars, deer, Indian bison, peacocks, Egrets,
    spotted dove, painted bush quail, blue rock
    pigeon, three toed kingfisher, golden oriole,
    magpie robin and host of other land and water

Goa general information how to go
The Project Signature Suite At Nagoa Bardez,
Goa. An international Hotel Resort
  • Lay-Out Plan

  • Finally, a resort worthy of NAGOA

Lack of decent accommodation Goa, the cockpit of
Indian Tourism enjoys a round the year season and
hence demand for rooms. But it totally lacks
accommodation for the travelers of the 21st
century. Both domestic and foreign travelers have
increased by over 50 year-on-year since
2001. Goa offers 6092 rooms in 83 classified
hotels as on 2007 with occupancy rates in excess
of 90 year-round. The upsurge of Indian economy
backed by enhanced and affordable air
connectivity have ensured huge influx of domestic
tourists thereby putting even higher pressure on
the already tight accommodation sector. This has
helped the resorts of quality and substance to
reduce allocation for charters thereby increasing
their revenues and occupancies through the ever
growing domestic market. Tourism is always
sustained by middle class tourists who look
forward to 3 4 star standard hotels which Goa
has extreme paucity. The Mayfairs USP would be
in-line with the above objective and opportunity.
  • Signature Suite
  • Finally, a resort worthy of Nagoa

Resort for the 21st century traveler By its very
name, the resort would appeal to the traveler.
European landscape, golf putting green,
ridding, swimming, indoor and outdoor activities,
bar and restaurant . all to attract the
discerning traveler. The existing hotels in the
area are somehow catering to the excessive demand
but there is a huge gap and this is likely to
grow many-fold. With new economy taking long
strides and the city expanding, the vaccum would
be felt further in these areas.
Resort Concept Resort accommodation is much more
than a decorated bedroom. It is an entire world
of comfort, fun and camaderie. Everything is
available, all the time, in a clean and aesthetic
environment. Ambience, style, facilities,
comfort,.each element must be carefully planned
and executed and perhaps most importantly,
maintained. It has to be affordable for most,
even for a week-end getaway. The location
selected at Varca, with lush green surroundings
amidst a plush field and within close proximity
of Varca beach, Railway Station, and direct
connectivity to the airport, would always be the
Resort loved by one and all.
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  • Interior Visions

Bar and lounge for convivial evenings, inspired
by the English Pub concept.
  • Interior Visions
  • The Garden Suites

With panoramic views from the rooms, the bed
would be specially positioned to look out, rather
than at the TV. Another special feature would be
a bathroom with a view. A private balcony,
spacious lounge and a walk in closet offer the
guest luxurious space in a configuration offering
the maximum view.
  • Interior Visions
  • The Rooms

Plush and spacious with panoramic views. A
private balcony, spacious lounge and a walk in
closet offer the guest luxurious space in a
configuration offering the maximum view.
  • Exterior Visions

A centrally located swimming pool with easy
access from rooms and suites, providing a
rightful place to unwind in a relaxed and green
  • Exterior Visions

Aesthetically landscaped with well appointed
walk-ways, garden sit-outs in an environment
which is pristine, providing the guests a
rightful place to unwind in a relaxed and green
  • Exterior Visions

Incorporating local culture and ways of living,
the resort would utilize local practices and
habits in a professional manner for in-house
activities and more
  • The Proposed Resort

Mayfair Resort is proposed to be built in
clusters of one, two and three-storey blocks
merging with its surrounds. The site is wooded
and contoured, creating a perfect resort
atmosphere. The buildings would be distributed
at the convenience of the trees, which remain
undisturbed. In fact, many new trees shall be
planted, supplemented by wild flowers, manicured
lawns, water bodies, rivulets, etc. The
sprawling 1800 sq. mt. site shall be served by
discreet internal tracks for movement of guests,
staff and materials. Rooms ranging from the
suites to the luxurious rooms shall be linked to
the central Swimming Pool, Restaurant Block and
Conference Centre. Health club, restaurant,
coffee shop, bar lounge, shopping arcades,
recreational area, swimming pool, amongst others,
shall add to the fun of putting greens, walking
tracks, yoga and meditation decks.
1. Current position of the Construction
Plinth for Hotel Building is ready.
1. Present status of the Project
The Promoter company is the lawful

owner of the land.
and permission are obtained

from the various authorities and

started the construction work
complete the
plinth of 3 buildings. 2. Owners Redg.
Company Private Ltd.
Company, incorporated

and registered under the Company Act

in January, 1999 with registered of

3. N.O.C. Permission

Town Planning


Hotel Registration

tie up with Tour Operation
Health department
  • Thank you..
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