Fortune Hotel Dolphin Bay, Goa

Fortune Hotel Dolphin Bay Goa Basic Facts

2 Star Deluxe Hotels
1-hour drive from the Airport 8 kms from the Railway station
60 rooms
spacious rooms and suites affording nice views over the typically Goan rooftops, multi-cuisine restaurant, coffee shop

About Fortune Hotel Dolphin Bay
The Fortune Hotel Dolphin Bay Overlooks the palm-fringed golden virgin beach and blue waters of Agonda in Canacona Taluka.

The 60 Deluxe & Fortune Club Rooms make your stay at Goa comfortable.

Try the sumptuous dishes at the multi-cuisine restaurant of the Fortune Hotel Dolphin bay and enjoy a cup of coffee at the Coffee Shop

Conference and Banquet facilities
Since all the Conference facilities are available at the Fortune Hotel Dolphin Bay it is the perfect venue for hosting conferences and business meetings

You may work out at the Health Club or take a dip in Swimming Pool of the Fortune Hotel Dolphin bay.

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.