4 Cozy ‘casas’ for a memorable stay in Goa

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Why not stay in a 'casa' the next time you are in Goa
Why not stay in a 'casa' the next time you are in GoaGomantak Times

Goa is a dream holiday destination offering visitors all kinds of accommodation, from guest houses to tents to dorms to luxury hotels. There are also several chic boutique hotels, on the beaches as well as in the villages, for the discerning traveller.

So, the next time you are in Goa, you just might want to try out one of these cozy ‘casas’:

Casa Palacio Siolim House, Siolim

Once a governor’s house, this nine-room boutique hotel was built in 1675 and is enveloped in the lush greenery of Siolim village, in North Goa. The hotel is located close to the happening Morjim, Ashwem, Arambol and Mandrem beaches, which are popular for their nightlife.

The rooms at Casa Palacio Siolim House are a blend of Goan and Portuguese architecture, while the lounge has traditional furniture and a beamed ceiling, which instantly take visitors to the Portuguese colonial days when the place was home of the governor of Macau.

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Casa Palacio Siolim House, Siolim
Casa Palacio Siolim House, SiolimPhoto: siolimhouse.com

The hotel offers delicious cuisine (including Goan), yoga, massages and Ayurvedic treatments, among other things.

FACILITIES: Minibar, free WiFi, free breakfast, A/C, fridge, shower

CONTACT: +91 9822 584560

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Casa Da Praia, Candolim

Located roughly 250 metres from the Arabian Sea, Casa Da Praia is a Bed & Breakfast accommodation, located in the village of Candolim, North Goa.

This refurbished Portuguese home offers 9 individual units and all of them overlook the pool. Room décor is rustic, Mediterranean chic, while a fixed breakfast is served every morning. There’s also a garden with sun beds.

Casa Da Praia, Candolim
Casa Da Praia, CandolimPhoto: casadapraiagoa.com

Thivim Railway Station is 20 km away and the Dabolim International Airport is 40 km away from Casa Da Praia.

FACILITIES: Free WiFi, electric kettle, free breakfast, A/C, fridge, shower

CONTACT: +91 997-044-4666

Casa Jaali, Patnem
Casa Jaali, PatnemPhoto: tripadvisor.in

Casa Jaali, Patnem

Set in the tranquil environs of Patnem, Casa Jaali opened in January 2021 and is located approx 35 km from Margao Railway Station and 30 km from Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary.

The rooms here – huts and beach house – feature Goan-style architecture, with tiled roofs, traditional stone walls and locally made furniture. All rooms come with balconies, offering brilliant views of Patnem beach (including dolphins in the water).

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The restaurant offers fresh and healthy fare, delicious salads, sandwiches, tacos and margaritas.

Colomb Beach and Palolem Beach are located close by, while Dabolim Airport is approx 61 km away.

FACILITIES: Free WiFi, free breakfast, A/C, fridge, shower, free toiletries

CONTACT: ‎+91 93095 91796 

Casa Vagator, Vagator
Casa Vagator, VagatorPhoto: tripadvisor.in

Casa Vagator, Vagator

Located on a cliff overlooking Goa’s famous Vagator beach, Casa Vagator has chic fusion architecture, with an Asian influence in the form of thatched roofs and cane chairs, while outdoor breakfast tables remind one of European streets.

The hotel has 30 spacious rooms, which include luxury suites and a penthouse, with beautiful beach views.

FACILITIES: Minibar, free WiFi, free breakfast, A/C, fridge, shower

CONTACT: +91 70309 13923

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