7 budget hotels near Anjuna Beach that make you plan a trip right away!

Don't want all your savings be wasted in booking an expensive room? Checkout these budget stays near Anjuna

With the summers right around the corner, Goa is 'the' place where everyone wishes to be or is rushing off to. The party capital of the country is undoubtedly one of the most fun and vibin' places to be at during the summers.

So if you're planning a trip to the land of beaches and are looking for pocket friendly accommodations near Anjuna Beach, you've come to the right place. If your idea of holidaying in Goa is spending your money on what gives you joy, rather than splurging on a hotel room, this list will help you do just that.

Chill Inn


As the name suggests, Chill Inn is one place that encourages you to chill- not in your room, but rather at Anjuna Beach. At an 11 minutes walk from the beach, Chill Inn is a place that offers you the best deal. With plush rooms and an amazing balcony view, the place feels really upmarket and doesn't even burn a hole in your pocket.

Price for a night: ₹500-₹2,000

Ginger Tree


What you get here is a combination of the best of Goa along with a wholesome living experience. Ginger Tree captures the essence of Goa by putting you right next to the beach, in an area speaks of the ethos and vibe of Goa. In many ways, this is one of those places that will give you a feel of the state without having to step out of your rooms.

Price for a night: ₹1,600-₹2,200

Nirvana Hermitage


If you love falling asleep to the sound of the waves crashing on the shore, then Nirvana Hermitage is where you've got to book a room. Located less than a kilometer from the beach, the vibe of Goa is not lost here. Apart from that, Nirvana Hermitage offers you a great experience, which is just perfect for the price you pay.

Price for a night: ₹2,000-₹2,400

Sea Horse


If you're looking for an overall amazing experience in Goa, then do check out the Sea Horse hotel. The hotel is just 3 minutes away from the beach, meaning that all the recreational activities are just at the tip of your fingers. Apart from that, these guys provide you with a posh ambience and some authentic food, which is just exceptional for the price you pay.

Price for a night: ₹1,700-₹2,000

Laguna Anjuna


Complete with a pool, a magnificent bar, the folks here at Laguna Anjuna really know how to pamper you. The best part? The rooms aren't all that taxing on the wallet and youngsters like us are looking for just that. Apart from that, you can just use up all the saved up capital to go out and splurge on some authentic Goan food and drinks. Isn't that the whole point of a vacay?

Price for a night: ₹2,500-₹2,700

The Funky Monkey Hostel


Those of you who come to Goa to not just experience new things, but also to meet new people would do well to check out the Funky Monkey Hostel. Travellers who have stayed in a hostel would know what to expect, but the newcomers could just be a bit overwhelmed. Not to worry, however, because staying in a hostel opens you up to new people who might just tell you something exciting to do around town.

Price for a night: >₹1,000- ₹1,500

Anjuna Blue


If you're looking to catch the special Wednesday market at Anjuna, then Anjuna Blue is where you've got to stay. Sure, the place isn't all that far from the beach, but it gives you an essence of the city life in Goa, which is an experience that shouldn't be missed. The place's has an upmarket feel, which makes you feel all the more special.

Price for a night: ₹1,200- ₹1,600

Knock Knock

When it comes to chill places in Goa, there are a slew of them. However, one of the most crucial parts of planning a trip is booking a room in the party capital of India.

You staying option can make or break your trip, specially if you are on a budget. Which is why you need to checkout these few budget friendly places in Goa, if you're planning to stay near the Anjuna beach.

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