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... do anything. Also they are very few. Food is not served in room. You had to go to the dining room. Liquor is not allowed...
... resort and we were shocked to see that they did not have any room service, no intercom and there were very few staff.Also the...
... with kayaking facility is good. Approach to beach is great. Room quality can also improve. But whatever is missing in...
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missing_old_blr wrote a review May 2016
Bengaluru, India7 contributions
Even though this is right opposite beach. There is nothing to do there. If you think of morning walk in the beach, you will see people doing morning rituals right after you get out of property. So you can imagine the walk in night.
No water sports, you have to travel to the beach in city to do anything. Also they are very few. Food is not served in room. You had to go to the dining room. Liquor is not allowed or served.
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Date of stay: December 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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Deepthi D wrote a review Dec 2015
India19 contributions10 helpful votes
We had been to Majali Beach Resort in December 2015 along with my kids. We had a very bad experience in this resort. This is an expensive resort and we were shocked to see that they did not have any room service, no intercom and there were very few staff.Also the breakfast was very bad and even the food we have to order 1 hour before. That food is also pathetic. For the amount they are charging they can provide good facility and good food.
The only good thing about this resort is, it is located right opposite to the beach and a very beautiful hillock. Also the rooms were clean. If you plan to visit Karwar, better stay in the city and visit the beaches.
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Date of stay: December 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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Dhaval S wrote a review Nov 2015
19 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a property which still needs development. The privatepond with kayaking facility is good. Approach to beach is great.

Room quality can also improve.

But whatever is missing in infrastructure is fulfilled by great attitude of staff. Special mention for Mr. Pramod and Mr. Nagraj. Both were of great help..from organizing dolphin trip to food/ breakfast etc...

The resort loses one star for improvement in some infrastructure.

Overall a great stay.
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Date of stay: November 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
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AJ_Ajay wrote a review Jan 2015
Hyderabad, India34 contributions22 helpful votes
It is a nice family resort to spend your holidays. Beach is just opposite the entry gate of this property on the other side of the road. Resort has a private pond that is used for kayaking - one of the positives of this place. Staff members (Mr. Pramod & others) are quite helpful. We didn't have very good experience with owner Mr. Abdulla who we interacted only through phone. Actually we checked the availability online and after talking to the owner over phone, we reached the resort. I acknowledge the fact that we were shown the room before we paid. But we could not notice all the things that we later discovered. Certain things that we discovered and didn't like were not so good ventilation in the room, torn mosquito nets on the windows, fan runs only on the max speed and leaking flush in the bathroom. That was the only accommodation available in the resort and therefore, we agreed to stay. When asked to make payment we learnt that we are not given the discount that was offered online. When we talked to the site manager Mr. Pramod, he politely declined and suggested that I better talk to the owner - Mr. Abdulla. When I spoke to Mr Abdulla he told that me to book it online to get discount. Signal was not good therefore we had to struggle to make this booking online.
Coming to the accommodation (small tree house # 109 in our case) room is very small and make noise with every step. Except for the pleasant view from just out the room door, there is not other reason for which I would recommend this room to anyone. Flush was not working properly and there was no geyser (though staff provided us a couple of buckets of hot water in the morning). Mr Pramod also helped with dropping our luggage to the nearest stop.
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Date of stay: January 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Don't stay in small tree house. Not sure of other tree houses but ours (# 109) was very small...
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hgsalunke wrote a review Jan 2015
Mumbai70 contributions30 helpful votes
Stayed at Majali beach village resort from 26-29, Dec. 2014. The reviews and the pictures posted on websites were misleading as the resort is disappointing on several counts, though although the location is beautiful and resort staff are hardworking and try hard to overcome its other large shortcomings. The resort is managed by Mr. Pramod and his small staff of eight personnel.

Written below are the positive and negatives of this resort.

Positives:

(1) Lovely Location: The resort is located nearly on the beach with a lovely view. The beach is shallow, not crowded and therefore One could enjoy a walk on the beach and bath in the sea water without any fear.

(2) Clean Rooms: The rooms are serviced daily meaning the rooms are clean, with clean bed, bed sheets & clean toilet.

(3) Freshly cooked Food: The food is always freshly cooked (Karwar style) and is tasty. Limited Menu Buffet Breakfast is included in the tariff, while Lunch and Dinner are Ala Carte and made to order.

(4) Staff Service: The small staff of 8 personnel plus resort manager Mr Pramod are courteous, honest and work hard to keep the resort operational.

Negatives:

(1) Location: Although the location is lovely, the beach is public and used by a few local villagers as Loo in the mornings. Furthermore the resort has no arrangement for pick-up and drop to the bus stand or railway station. Local transport in Karwar is very expensive (Between Rs 30-60 per km) and therefore it is advisable to drive in ones own vehicle to this resort.

(2) Resort: The resort premises are large but nearly undeveloped. The reception desk, dining room, cottages have a old outdated layout and furniture is archaic. The reception desk has no provision for photocopying id-proof or landline facility. The resort has no intercomm facility and hence the tourist have to walk to the reception for any orders or service.There is a man made pond in the rear with pedal boats, kayaking & canoeing facilities, but due to shortage of staff the facilities are not well maintained and one finds boats & boating equipment scattered near the pond.

(3) Rooms: The room furniture is outdated and nearly useless. The resort is not connected by intercomm, hence one needs to walk to the dining area for any help or service. There is no electric tea kettle in the room (provided by all good hotels elsewhere) and the morning bed tea has to be individually fetched from the dining area. Morning tea is not available before 8:00am. There is no TV in the room which is necessary when there is nothing else to do. Although the bathroom and toilets are clean, the shower etc. need repair and the bathroom mirror need upgradation.

(4) Food: Due to shortage of staff, morning bed tea is served after 8:00am and limited menu buffet breakfast is served after 9:00am. Lunch and dinner are strictly ala carte and have to be ordered at least 1-2 hours before it is served. Any new additional dish ordered at the table takes another 30 minutes. It was interesting to observe that even onion and lemon was chopped every time on order separately resulting wastage of time. Similarly evening tea was also prepared on order separately for each group/family in a short time of 15 minutes.

(5) Staff Service: Although the staff is polite & honest, they are overstretched and undertake multiple works starting from resort security - reception desk - kitchen - dinning service - housekeeping - resort cleaning. This needs to be looked into.

(6) Alcohol Prohibition: Alcohol is prohibited in the resort. Considering tourist rush during vacation & proximity to Goa, alcohol prohibition was surprising. Although I guess tourist carry their drinks privately and consume.

Summary: Majali Beach village resort is a clean but outdated resort in a beautiful landscape.
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Date of stay: December 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Choose a room with AC (summers could be hot otherwise)
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