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Miramar Residency in Goa bags TripAdvisor accolade

Miramar Residency in Goa bags TripAdvisor accolade

| | 27 May 2014, 07:22 pm
Panaji, May 27 (Not in Town/IBNS) Miramar Residency, a property of Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC) located on Miramar beach in Panjim, Goa has recently been awarded a '2014 Certificate of Excellence' by the popular travel website TripAdvisor.
This prestigious award is given to businesses that consistently earn high ratings from TripAdvisor travellers. The site features reviews and advice on hotels, resorts, flights, restaurants, holiday packages, and travel guides.
Sanjay Chodnekar, General Manager of GTDC, said, “We thank TripAdvisor reviewers for choosing us for the second time in a row. Miramar Residency is indeed a unique property of GTDC at a prime location. We will continue to maintain the high standards, delight our guests and and strive for excellence.”
Miramar Residency has 60 well-furnished, comfortable rooms with a spectacular view of the sunset on the Miramar beach. Its restaurant ‘Foodland’ is popular with the locals as well as tourists and its food festivals are a big draw.

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