Qees Empire Beach Resort
OLD WORLD CHARM MEETS MODERN CONVENIENCES
The Qees Empire Beach Resort, ideally situated on a peaceful stretch of beach between the popular locales of Calangute & Candolim in North Goa, sports an old world charm with its white balustrade balconies & terraces, studded with colourful mosaic tiles, so reflective of Goan culture.
The 47-room boutique resort is spread over 2 acres with majestic views of the sunset every single day. Large open spaces allow for pleasant walks through the property and several pretty corners to seat oneself when the day is done. The resort has a reputation for ensuring high quality standards of cleanliness & hygiene that is valued by each guest that walks through our doors.
Book now and enjoy the Qees experience
CAFE FIKA, with its white wicker chairs and bright umbrellas is the perfect setting for an evening cup of tea and finger-foods from our menu of Short Eats. Ideally located between the pool and the beach, this area is always breezy and welcoming.
Our restaurant, NAKOALA, has the most stunning view of the Arabian Sea. During the day you will find the sea dotted with fishing boats and the sky dotted with colourful windsurfing balloons
SandBar is our most recent addition to the hangouts at Qees, Goa. The open-to-sky lounge areas is the ideal spot to take in the sunset and then to lounge around with the start for company, till the wee hours of the morning. Our well-stocked bar will give you an ample choice of liquor, cocktails, mocktails, accompanied by an extensive and beverages to keep you satiated through the evening.
Some interesting facts about GOA
- Goa is the smallest state in India
- The Portuguese ruled Goa for almost 450 years
- Goa has more than 7000 bars & pubs
- Goa State has the highest per capita income in India
- The forest density cover in Goa is over 30%
- Asia’s only Naval Aviation Museum is in Goa
- Goa is the only State in India where two-wheelers are licensed to run as taxis
- The first English Medium School in India was set up in Goa
- The local phrase, “Susegado”, perfectly describes the way of life in Goa…take it easy and enjoy life to its fullest !
What to do when in Goa
- Visit the Basilica of Bom Jesus Church in old Goa, a fine example of baroque architecture
- Spend a delightful half an hour, strolling through Fontainhas – it’s the Latin Quarter of Panjim known for its narrow lanes full of colourful Portugese villas. Small boutiques sell traditional Portugese Azulejos tiles and small eateries serve traditional Goan fare.
- Aguada Fort – a well preserved 17th Century Portugese fort
- Visit Dudhsagar Falls
- Indulge in water sports – Kayaking, Snorkelling, Kite Surfing, Scuba Diving, Para Sailing
- Visit the beaches of Morjim, Anjuna, Colva and especially Butterfly beach