Goa’s Best Wedding Venues
From simple ceremonies on the beach to five-star gala weddings, getting hitched in Goa has never been more romantic. Condé Nast Traveller brings you a definitive list to the top destinations—read: hotels and resorts—that aim to make your special day extra special.
Taj Exotica- The luxurious Taj Exotica goes out of its way to provide couples with the ultimate fairytale wedding.There is virtually nothing they won’t and can’t do.Taj Exotica Goa, Benaulim, Goa
Park Hyatt Goa- The Park Hyatt Goa, located on the secluded beaches of South Goa, offers an array of dazzling services to make sure that the wedding of your dreams comes true. Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa, Arossim Beach, Cansaulim, South Goa The Zuri White Sands, Goa Resorts & Casino- For those who wish to opt for a romantic church wedding, the hotel can even organize that in one of the surrounding churches, to add that traditional touch to the grand day. The Zuri White Sands, Goa Resorts & Casino, Pedda, Varca, Salcete
Goa Marriott Resort & Spa- The recently renovated Goa Marriott Resort in Panaji is ideal for destination weddings.
Goa Marriott Resort, Miramar Beach, Panaji, Goa
The Sol- With 16 luxury rooms and four exquisite suites, this is the ideal choice for those couples who prefer to tie the knot in relative seclusion. The Sol, Road opp Bank of India, Bhatiwado, Nerul, Bardez, Goa
Vivanta by Taj – Fort Aguada- From an intimate magical wedding with only 80 guests to a large opulent affair with 600 guests, the Vivanta by Taj remains one of the most beautiful premier wedding venues in Goa. Vivanta by Taj – Fort Aguada, Candolim, Goa
InterContinental The Lalit Goa Resort- The exotic InterContinental is a spectacular venue for a magical Goan wedding.The majestic grounds only heighten the magic of the special day. InterContinental The Lalit Goa Resort, Raj Baga, Canacona, Goa
Alila Diwa Goa- This exclusive boutique property is tipped to be one of the most romantic venues to tie the knot at, this year. Alila Diwa Goa, 48/10 Village Majorda, Adao Waddo, Salcette, Goa
The Leela Kempinski Goa- The Leela Goa is well prepared to host your wedding, your way. The Leela Kempinski Goa, Mobor, Goa
Cidade de Goa- The forerunner for ultimate Goan hospitality—Cidade de Goa, offers the nuptial couple complete control of its 40 acre property in order to accommodate their every wish and fancy.
Cidade de Goa, Vainguinim Beach, Goa
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