Flavour of Goa
on Apr 6, 2014
We had booked our place of stay at some other hotel in vagator, but unfortunately when we reached there the owner had overbooked. After searching a bit we landed at goan darbar and were very impressed with the place.. The rooms are decent for a budget hotel.. But has an amazing location (5 mins ride from vagator beach), was peaceful nd have very friendly owners.. All in all i would definitely stay in goan darbar for our nxt goa trip as well
on Mar 31, 2014
Enjoyd 5days stay....great hospitality loved the place alot ...very friendly environment....lots of tourists....lot of guests from other nations as well.only 1 disadvantage is that there is no refrigerator in the room....but the room was neat and tidy...just as the customer deserves....next time surely ill b bck here
Backpackers best choice
on Feb 6, 2014
If you would like to meet good people, have some new friends and your a backpacker, Darbar is best choice. Cheap accomodation, rooms with bathroom (shower have to low pressure for me), very quite fan so you can sleep ;)
excelent localization, close to most important places around vagator,chapora,anjuna.
on Nov 20, 2013
Great Service,Excellent keep it up,
One feels homely and not away from home
this is the right place if you really want to relax from your busy schedule.
The right place to relax, vagator and anjuna beach are also close by which helps one to goa on a walk when required ( morning evening any time) the food is Hmmmmm
Cheapie - Spent a month here once for Rs 3000.
on Nov 15, 2013
Was shocked to see this place listed honestly; I stayed here in 2003 for 2 months and paid Rs. 6000 for the entire time. Rooms are built in a long line with a small corridor in front which acts as the sit out for the rooms, the place one dusts their feet when coming from the beach. When i stayed here 10 years ago I was a student and looking to save money. I bought my own sheets and pillow from the market, bed and mattress were ok; bathroom is basic but tiled and has a western loo. The shower pressure was non existent, like standing under a tap so you will have to do with buckets and mugs of water. That said I was out most of the time and in hindsight I was able to stay at Goa for very little money; located well enough near Chapora and Vagator Beach; Buy your own sheets and pillow and carry a sleeping bag; also buy a mop, jhadu and fluid as you will need to clean your room; then it is quite nice, also while there i met a lot of very cool people also like me travelling long and conserving money. It was owned by a local politician of Chapora village who lives in the first two rooms of the Hotel, he was quite a nice guy. That said the fact that it is listed here means that probably it has undergone renovation and is now a different property, so check it out if you found what I wrote appealing.