48/10 Village Majorda,Adao Waddo, Salcette, Goa

“Am I in Bali or am I in Goa?” is question you will often find yourself asking at the Alila Diwa. At this family-friendly hotel, kids have their own kids’ club and teen zone, an outdoor play area as well as their own children’s pool. Parents, on the other hand, have their infinity – edge pool surrounded by rice plantations, while the Arabian Sea crashes on to a palm fringed beach slightly beyond. Better yet, once the tykes are tucked in, kick up the romance a notch with a private dinner on the beach. Everyone is happy at the Alila Diwa.

Essentials:
  1. Baby cot.
  2. Bottle sterilizer.
  3. Bottle warmer.
  4. Child toiletries.
  5. Child menu.
  6. Highchair.
  7. Interconnecting rooms.
  8. Babysitting services (INR 350++ child/hr until 10 pm; extra charges after 10 pm).

kids hand painting at kids club at kid friendly hotel Alila diwa Goa

Family Favourites:
  1. The hotel houses a private mini theatre with a daily screenings of a kid’s movie at 3 pm.
  2. Designated pool for children with kiddie-sized deck beds.
  3. Spa Alila offers a child-friendly ancient healing therapy for children that includes gentle massage using 100% organic oils especially designed for children.
    • 15 minutes INR 1200
    • 30 minutes INR 1800
    • 60 minutes INR 3500
  4. Outdoor play area with a trampoline, monkey bars, balancing bar and climbing frames.
  5. Gonsua beach is just 500 meters away from the resort and it takes about 2-3 minutes to get there. Hotel provides a complimentary shuttle to Gonsua beach.
  6. The leisure concierge team can organize many family-friendly fun experiences. Choose from spice plantation tours, baking bread with the local bread man to picnics on the beach or even hilltops. You can even visit the local fish market, select some fresh catch and then learn to cook a local delicacy at the Alila Cooking School.
  7. Family Terrace Rooms are perfect for families. These are housed in the same wing as the kids’ club and kids’ pool and have additional bed for your little ones. All on the ground floor, each room opens onto an outdoor garden patio for the kids to run around.
  8. The Kids’ Club is a hub of activity, well stocked with books, toys, board games, puzzles and art and craft utilities. There is a long list of complimentary activities that kids can partake in including charcoal painting, collage work, paper lace making, thread painting, origami, shell collecting, clay moulding, magic tricks and a whole lot more. Some of the paid activities include saree draping, nail art, sand sculpting, hair braiding, tattoo art and dance classes.
    For the older lot there are Wii stations, table tennis, foosball, air hockey, carom and computers with internet connectivity.
    As for the youngest ones, there’s a toddler zone with soft toys for them to play with, a little rocking horese and cots for them to nap in after they are exhausted!
  9. Child DVDs for rental.

fun activities for children at kid friendly hotel alila diwa goa

Parent’s Perks:
  1. The private mini theatre screens the latest Hollywood and Bollywood blockbusters as well as classics for general viewing at 7 pm.
  2. A library stocked with books for adults.
  3. Bicycles available for parents to cycle around the resort or into neighbouring villages.
  4. Once the kids are tucked in for the night, the leisure concierge team can organize a private dinner for the parents on the beach, complete with a bonfire, fireworks and champagne.
  5. Let the night slip by at Edge Bar, which transforms into a lounge at night with sun beds, music, drinks and food.

swimming pool at kid friendly hotel alila diwa goa

The Property:
  • International airport – 17 km
  • Distance to beach is 500 m
  • 153 rooms & suites
  • 3 restaurants
  • 1 bar and lounge
  • 3 pools
  • Mini movie theatre
  • Library
  • Spa

beautiful restaurants at kid friendly hotel alila diwa goa

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