Towards the end of my 2 month long stay in Goa I was invited to experience a stay at Acron Waterfront Resort in Baga. Just in time! And what better way to bid a goodbye to Goa than this relaxing and blissful way.
This bright and beautiful property, with it’s 29 rooms is located right on the Baga peninsula past the Baga bridge which is a perfect way to be centrally located on the action, yet be away from the crazy crowds. You have a constant view of where the Baga river meets the Arabian Sea and watching the fishermen set out for work and bring in the catch later everyday is somehow quite relaxing. With an infinity pool right next to the river and a bar situated inside the pool, there wasn’t any place else I needed to be.
The Acron Waterfront Resort has one restaurant – The River Restaurant by Chef Cyrus Todiwala. You have the option of sitting outside by the river or inside in air-conditioning. Their breakfast spread is scrumptious and especially lovely for health-freaks. The day-time menu has been kept limited since most people come to Goa to be outside on the beaches. However, there is something for everyone. My favorite was the Thai rare beef salad. Sudesh Shetty, the restaurant manager at The River Restaurant is one of THE most fun people I have met in the hospitality business. You must say hello to him if you visit!
I lived in Room – 10 of the Acron Waterfront Resort and here is a quick photo-diary of my stay and experience.
Bubble-Gum T-Shirt: Sheinside
Bikini: Streets of Bangkok
Sunglasses: Vogue Eyewear
An absolutely love and relaxing stay at Acron Waterfront Resort, Goa. Hope you enjoyed the post! Do share pics of your visit here with #waterfrontgoa. Read more posts of my time in Goa HERE.
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