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I sometimes read package holiday reviews by travellers before choosing a resort, and the Taj Green Cove was such a resort.
I’d like to give my review for what it is worth, and the first thing I’d like to say is that we had a great time, and it wasn’t that expensive, in fact cheaper than other options in Kerala.
Indeed we met several young couples who were definitely on honeymoons on a shoestring budget, and although I wouldn’t regard this Taj as one of the cheap honeymoon spots, eating out is so inexpensive that you can offset the cost of a good hotel by eating out.
Here is my opinion on the Taj Green Cove Resort Kerala.
The spa is amazingly good, the price was relatively cheap, but then again we hadn’t bargained for the 25% taxes, but even allowing for that the cost is reasonable, but missing from the spa was a sauna and Jacuzzi.
The nice pool and the spa make up for the fact that the Taj Green Cove is not on the beach, so you can be misled by the name, and although we realised this we didn’t realise it was a ten minute ride in a tuktuk to the Lighthouse beach, and this can be off putting.
To be fair the resort and the accommodation were well up to international five star standards. We were in a suite, lovely view, luxurious, DVD player, in fact most of the trimmings, including a beautiful view.
The swimming pool is an infinity pool, with overhanging tropical plants, but kept especially clean when you consider all the foliage. We spent a lot of very relaxing time around the pool.
The food did not inspire, and the Curries restaurant promised more than it delivered, and we were a bit disappointed in the breakfasts. As a result we ate out a lot, and whilst we found Lighthouse beach surrounds, and the beach itself pretty tacky, there were plenty of eating houses/shacks within easy walking reach.
Finally the staff were all very helpful, very willing to please, and unobtrusive, always the sign of a high class resort.
I would return to The Taj Green Cove, because I am not too concerned about being on a beach, but if you are then probably this isn’t the place for you.
For families who are wanting to take family vacations that will be peaceful and memorable, you don’t always have to spend a fortune. My favorite memories of spending time with my family weren’t in the islands or theme parks, they were of camping. Of course, not every family craves spending time in the great outdoors. I know some families who can’t live without electricity and a comfy bed. There are other options. If you’re looking to travel someplace, see if there are package deals that might include all of your meals. That could save your family quite a bit of money. Visit the beaches in the off-season to take advantage of lower rates and smaller crowds of people. Visit local destinations instead of venturing farther away. Also, be sure to bring with you a luggage set that is very durable and light weight for any younger children like IT luggage (click here for it luggage reviews). And remember, family vacations aren’t always about where you go or how much money you spend – it is about making memories.
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You want to make sure that you include the word “discount” or “wholesale” in your search. I tried looking for perfume and cologne at reduced prices and I chose the word “cheap” in my search. Evidently, the vendors had no concept of what that term means because there was nothing cheap in the selection.
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