March 2020 : Holi is one of the most revered festivals in India. Also known as the festival of spring, it’s an ideal occasion to get together with your friends and family, and lap up the colors of life. It’s a time to put behind resentment and negativity, and welcome a fruitful future.
Taking the opportunity to make your experience of the festival a top class one, Novotel Goa Dona Sylvia Resort is hosting #RangDeGoa this year, where you can let your hair down and live it up colourfully. With everything from scrumptious meals and delectable beverages to the coolest DJ and the infectious sound of dhols that urge you to groove; the hotel has you covered. Join in for a grand celebration on the — , starting at 10.00 am and going on till 03.00 pm at Sea Lawns.
If you’re wondering about the pocket pinch, don’t. The prices are affordable, and you can get yourself a couple pass at INR 1800, and a stag entry at INR 1200. Children between 5 – 12 years too, are allowed to be a part of this, at merely INR 499 per ticket.
As tradition has it, Holi is a free-for-all festival, where people smear each other with colors and playfully drench each other with water guns and water-filled balloons. There is no discrimination and no barriers — whether it’s a close pal or a stranger, whether you’re rich or poor, a man or woman, a child or an elderly person. The frolic kicks off in the open streets, open parks, outside temples and buildings. Not just splashes of beautiful hues everywhere, there’s enjoyable music and appetizing menus to add to the excitement.
Speaking of food, at Novotel Goa Dona Sylvia Resort, we believe in diversity, hence, even the menu curated for #RangDeGoa has a blend of different regions — both local and outside. For those who enjoy non-vegetarian cuisine, you can choose from Chicken Biryani, KeemaPao, Tandoori Chicken, Tawa Fish and more. While those who prefer vegetarian meals can opt to try out the delicious chaat counter, PavBhaji, Mixed Bhajia, Cocktail Kachori, and of course, a cult favourite — Biryani! Wash it down with some Thandai, Aam Panna, beer or wine. Once you’re done with the main course and drinks, you can tantalize your taste buds with GulabJamuns, Gujia and Ice Cream.
Come, be a part of Goa’s most entertaining Holi party. Water guns, rain dance, lucky draws — count on us to make it memorable.