Taj Exotica Benaulim Goa (5 Star Deluxe), Goa


Introduction to Taj Exotica Goa

Taj Exotica Benaulim Goa With the Taj Exotica set like a jewel amidst lush foliage, the Arabian Sea gently lapping against its pure white beach, what more charming way to begin the journey of paradise than here. Where the Stretches of Pristine Sand heighten the beauty of the most secluded beaches in Goa. As you sweep into the portico from the sleepy little village of Benaulim, you are surprised by the easy life, the peace, and the friendly smiles.

The sheer architectural grandeur of the hotel is breathtaking. From the majestic fountain in the sun drenched atrium, to the wide corridors that take you back in time, the Taj Exotica lifts you out of the mundane and gently places you in a wide-open Eternity of Space.

Hotel Specifications

Accommodation at Taj Exotica Goa

When you can see the sky embracing the virgin horizon, and the sea girdling the lawns in the distance, all from your private balcony, surely there must be paradise.
The Taj Exotica has been subtly divided into a main block which houses spacious deluxe and luxury rooms; and the villa block with 2 and 4 rooms villas.

The airy deluxe rooms offer a harmony of grace and comfort. Later, as you enjoy the seclusion of a separate shower cubicle or soak in your bath, you feel ready to explore the vast expanse of this 56-acre Eden.

An elegant blend of Goan and Portuguese styles, each villa is a delight to behold. A haven of privacy reposing in a lush ambience of solitude.

As the eye skims the horizon for a solitary fishing boat or even a dolphin you realize you can see the cerulean wonders of the Arabian Sea from every room at the Taj Exotica.

Dining at Taj Exotica Goa

For a delectable meal, head towards the Miguel Arcanjo, where a creamy Mozzarella I s melting over some succulent Parma ham. With a cuisine as diverse and colorful as the area itself, the Mediterranean restaurant is feast to the taste-buds and senses alike. Right beside the Miguel Arcanjo is the Adega Camoens, the tastefully paneled lounge bar. And a short trip to the floor below takes you to the Coffee Shop, Eugenia, where a scrumptious breakfast buffet awaits you every morning. You could also linger a while in the Tea Lounge, which is at its most charming in the middle of the day, with the sunbeams pouring through the glorious sky-light delicately dappling the wall below.

Conference and Banquet facilities at Taj Exotica Goa

If it's business to be conducted, there's the Sala Grande, one of the largest pillar-less banquet halls in Goa. Its 4600 sq. ft. area can be easily partitioned in two. However, should you prefer something more discreet, there are 2 private, inter-connected dining rooms. Perfect for all conference requirements.

Recreation at Taj Exotica Goa

Stroll down the pretty paths to our sports complex for a game of Tennis or Pool. Then walk towards the golf course and the putting green, where the fragrant Anjulia bushes line your way. With the sea before you and the beautiful façade of the hotel behind, you begin to understand the true nature of "sussegad" or easy living. Embraced by a screen of golden bamboos, the gorgeously tiled swimming pool is a delight in itself. Sit on the pool deck as you watch the stars emerge. There might even be some Goan dancers swaying to a traditional beat, singing of a time that could never return.

Health & fitness center at Taj Exotica Goa

At the end of the day, visit the gym, have a professional masseuse pamper you with essential oils or else allow our trained reflexologist to ease those tensions away. There's a special room for yoga at the Taj Exotica, and we even organise sessions for you on the lawn outside.

Travel Information

In the local dialect, Goa is often referred to as 'Goa Dourada', (meaning 'Golden Goa') because of its beautiful beaches, forts, churches, waterfalls, seminaries, and caves.

The major beaches in Goa are Anjuna, Claangute, Colva and Benaulim, Dona Paula, Vagator and Chapora, Cavelosim, and many more. Some of the other tourist attractions in Goa include Dudhsagar waterfall and Arvalem waterfall, the rock-cut caves of Khandepar and Arvalem, the Pilar monastery, Saligao seminary, and Rachol seminary. Apart from beaches and other attractions, Goa is also famous for its churches and temples. Some of the leading churches in Goa include, Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, the Se Cathedral, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Church of St Cajetan, Church of St. Augustine, and others. Fort Aguada is worth a visit to savor the nostalgia of the Portuguese regime, especially in its lighthouse and the Aguada jail. The Terekhol Fort near the Arambol beach has been now converted into a hotel. The Museum of Christian Art at the Rachol Seminary and church and the Braganza House near Margao are also worth a visit. Besides these, to get a glimpse of the Hindu population in Goa, one has to visit Ponda. The Kerkar Art Complex in south Calangute is also an important tourist center.