Mon-Fri: 8.30-22.00 | Sat-Sun: 9.00-21.00
Lemon Tree Hotel
- Jan 25°C
- Feb 26°C
- Mar 27°C
- Apr 29°C
- May 29°C
- Jun 26°C
- Jul 26°C
- Aug 26°C
- Sep 27°C
- Oct 27°C
- Nov 27°C
- Dec 127°C
The Lemon Tree is a beautifully designed, Portuguese inspired beach resort just 250 metres from the stunning Candolim beach. Here you can enjoy the delights of the local shacks, cafes and shops as well as a range of water sports and of course, just sunbathing on a lounger.
This 4-star North Goan complex is only 41km from Dabolim airport, meaning that transfer times are approximately 50 minutes. When you are not down at the beach or relaxing in one of largest pools in Goa, take time out in the hotels spa, where Ayurvedic massages are on offer. For the more active, there is an on-site fitness centre.
Goa is particularly popular in November, December and May, when fantastic weather along with stunning beaches and a relaxed pace of life entice tourists. On a family holiday to Goa you know you can either put your feet up and relax, or get stuck in with the areas water sport and cultural offerings.
The hotel boasts one of the largest swimming pools in Goa and is surrounded by sun loungers. Republic of Noodles is a multi-award winning restaurant offering an eclectic mix of pan Asian cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner.
The Citrus Café is a lively coffee shop by the pool that is open 18 hours/day and offers a wide variety of cuisines to suit all tastes. A buffet breakfast is offered from 7.30am -12.00 noon and is complimentary to all guests.
Room service is available 24 hours a day.
An Indian Tourist visa is currently required by all nationalities wishing to travel to India as a tourist or on a holiday. Tourists wishing to visit India are normally granted a short-term tourist visa, normally granted for three or six months effective from the date of issue.
Electricity in India is 240 Volts, alternating at 50 cycles per second. Plug sockets require two round pins.
Typhoid - Vaccination recommended 10 days before travel Hepatitis A - Vaccination recommended 2 weeks before travel Diphtheria - Vaccination recommended 3 months before travel Tuberculosis - Vaccination sometimes recommended 3 months before travel Hepatitis B - Vaccination sometimes recommended 2 months before travel Rabies - Vaccination sometimes recommended 1 month before travel Cholera - Vaccination sometimes recommended2 weeks from travel Yellow fever - Certificate of vaccination required if arriving from an infected area 10 days before travel Japanese B encephalitis - Vaccination sometimes recommended 1 month before travel
You'll never need winter-warmers in Goa - even at New Year the temperatures here are well above 20° Celsius, soaring to 35° Celsius in mid-May. Sunscreen, anyone?
The best time to go on holidays to Candolim is from September until May - Goa is more or less out of bounds during it's monsoon season in the summer, but apart from that there's practically never any rain either!
Udru, Hindi, Punjabi, English, Portuguese.