Professional poker stars from the Asia-Pacific region have been given some hotel advice ahead of the Asian Poker Tour's (APT) Asian Series Goa 2012.
The event will attract a host of high-profile players when it is held between May 21st and 27th.
Players looking to attend have been encouraged to book into either the Chances Casino Resort, the Hotel Fidalgo, the Villa de Penha, the Vivanta by Taj or the Goa Marriott Resort & Spa.
Commenting on the Chances Casino Resort, the APT said: "[The venue] in Dona Paula, Goa is a fine example of a five-star boutique hotel."
According to the organisation, the hotel places a huge emphasis on the customer experience and will leave players raring to go.
"Nothing is left to chance, from the warm welcome you'll receive when you arrive, to the carefully prepared dishes presented to you by our Executive Chef, no detail is overlooked meaning that time spent at Vainguinim Valley Casino Resort will leave you refreshed, recharged and reluctant to leave," the hotel added.
Meanwhile, reigning champion Sangeeth Mohan has received his Main Event seat and is looking to defend his crown.
"APT Asian Series Goa is back and I couldn't be more excited," he said.
"Last year I had a dream run and I hope and pray it happens this time around as well. I think the numbers are going to be crazy and, with more money to play for, it's - like always - no guts, no glory."