Here's what you'll need to know
1) The hotel opens right onto a lovely, clean beach.
-- Most Goa beaches go flat out. You could be 40 feet in and still have just waist high water. Radisson's section of the Cavelossim beach is no different.
2) Accessibility to water sports
-- You have to go nowhere further for water sports too. Locals run Jet skiing, para-sailing banana boat rides etc on that very beach. Its run by locals, not by Radisson itself. So its standard pricing. Anything for 200-500 INR per activity. Great swimming pools too.
3) Value for money.
-- We stayed in the villas. Well appointed. Great bathrooms. Each has a wonderful large balcony/sit-out.
4) Great hospitality, very friendly staff
5) Two wheeler on rent right outside their gate
-- We had driven down to Goa in a car. But there isn't a better way to explore Goa than on a two-wheeler. So, when we decided to rent one, I just had to walk outside the gate. Watson's store rents two-wheelers and charges around 200 INR for 5 hours. So finish your sightseeing, drop the bike into Watson's and walk into the hotel. Very convenient.
6) Slightly away from the hot-spots.
-- The resort is in South Goa. Most of the tourist hot-spots like the cruise Casino, night life, forts, museums etc are all in the north around 50 KMS away. Very manageable if you drive/rent a car. But its not next door.
7) Delicious a_la_carte menu.
-- I am a vegetarian. Food, though slightly pricey was delicious. Leaving a few qualms about the buffet breakfast, we really enjoyed it.
I highly recommend it.