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Fri, 30 Mar – Sat, 31 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Ganekar Building,Jose Falcao Road,, Near Panjim Church, Goa , 403001 | Show on Map
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Situated at a distance of 1 km from Panjim Bus Stand, Casa Paradiso offers front desk assistance to its patrons. This property in Goa is 0.4 km away from Immaculate Conception Church.
Guests are accommodated in 18 well-maintained rooms, spread over 2 floors.
Television, makeup mirror and air conditioner, premium bedding are some of the conveniences offered in the rooms. It also has an en-suite bathroom with hot and cold running water facility. Casa Paradiso offers room service and 24-hour security to its guests.
It also has a travel desk where guests can report their travel-related queries and get travel arrangements done any time of the day. Karmali Railway Station is 13 km away and Goa International Airport is 26 km away from this Goa hotel.
Places worth visiting are Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Park (2 km) and Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary (6 km).
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by Pooja Harish on Nov 08,2016
by megha rani on Apr 09,2015
What's Good: I had a pleasant stay there, thank you Yatra
by Seshan Srirangarajan on Jan 27,2015
What's Good: Casa Paradiso feels like a home (Casa in Portugese means "home") with its helpful staff. The room was very spacious with AC, TV, two tables, three chairs, wardrobe etc. The bathroom was very tidy with a geyser for hot water. Hotel is at a 5 min walking distance to the Mandovi river, Santa Monica Jetty and 10 min to the Panjim bus station. Many of the tours and river cruises start from this Jetty. It is also very close to the Panjim Church and there is a petrol station nearby. There is a Kamat hotel nearby which offers very good vegetarian food. We were allowed to check-in early (normal check-in time is 12 noon) and they let us keep our bags at the reception till evening on the day we were leaving. They also let us use the common bathroom on the last day in the evening. Hotel also provides extra beach towel if you need. Blankets in the room seemed a little dusty but you rarely need them in Goa. Price-wise this place may not be a budget option but overall a very nice place at a reasonable rate.
by Prabir Kumar on Dec 25,2014
What's Good: The inside accomodation & the location of the Hotel is good.But there was none to receive us( the guests) at the entrance.The approach-way to the Hotel-floor is a single-flight 15-20 feet long stair-case which is almost at 60+ degree inclination with the ground level.Unless a guest is less than 30 years of age,it will be a tiring experience for a guest to get upto the receptionist with the luggages.None from the hotel came forward to help carry the luggages,even after repeated crying for help.However,after reaching Hotel-floor,we found that the receptionist was seated on his chair.It was impossible that the receptionist did not hear the cry for help. On asking the reason for such unproffesional attitude of the Hotel staff,the receptionist's only reply was "sorry,there is no staff". It is a very bad experience with the Hotel.
by Mr. Ashwin Baptista on Dec 06,2014
What's Good: Room no 104 alloted to us had no open window ventilation. One window was permenantly closed & the other opens in the lobby. Room was big enough neat & tidy, beds were very good, bathroom also very good. Only out look very poor. Over all good for its central location.
by PRASHANT SINHA on Nov 28,2014
What's Good: Average hotel & staff. no facility provided by the Hotel. no one has come for cleaning during my 4 days stay.
by DHRUV CHAUDHURI on Oct 21,2014
by Batman0789 on September 23, 2017
Our room was damp smelling, the mattress was rock hard (not the typical Indian hard, harder!) the pillows were very thin and smelled damp. Apart from that the room was quite clean and the bathroom too. The towels provided were clean but the bed sheets needed a wash really. We had ants in our bathroom overnight and the view from the window was a smelly narrow alley. The location was great, this was probably the only redeeming feature. The staff at the desk were the minimum of polite and helpful - we asked if they did a laundry service, they don't but we weren't then told where we could get laundry done. There is a place 100m down the street that she must know about, just chose not to tell us. We met someone who was staying a 6 minute walk down the street in a chain hotel, he paid Rs.200 more than we did for a much nicer room which was annoying and made our room look like quite poor value. We paid Rs.1400/night through booking.com and we stayed in central Delhi for the same price so we had high expectations. They were not met!
by Subho_traveller on July 8, 2017
This is a budget hotel, neatly maintained. The room & Toilet is clean and maintained. The reception is not very smart. They did not have the card payment option functional, not a very professional attire at reception. No Tea/Coffee/Snacks or Food option available. Preferable if one has to spend the night, with eventful day outside.
by Cheruvathoor J on May 3, 2017
Stayed with family in their standard rooms (the only ones available when we booked). Clean, air-conditioned rooms, basic linen. Clean functional bathroom attached with hot water. Centrally located near the Big Church in Panjim. Wifi available. Good value for money.
by shaf4567 on January 30, 2017
I and my wife enjoyed the trip to Goa travelled by road from ( ideally a 3 days stay ). Bangalore left at midnight 2 Bangalore - hubli - belgaum - Goa panjim reach at 12 noon .. the hotel is budget neat room bathroom .. parked car municipal ground 20 rs for 24 hours near the immaculate church .. kamat veg hotel just 5 minutes walakable .. manilesh the hotel manager ph no : 0832 223 0092 very helpful and had some nice conversation the next day went to calangute which is 10-13 km .. baga and anjuna beach after watching hardly 5 km after calangute .. that north Goa .. next day went to south Goa thats Dona Paula, mirmar beach .. nothing like calangute and baga lots of shopping places .. the hotel manager shall also arrange boat cruise for 300 rs each person. which is nearby to the hotel walakable 15 - 20 minutes .. must see .. bikes are also available for rent .. so we I had car did not bother to take a bike .. and petrol is cheaper in Goa lower by 12 rs around 60 Rs In fact cheaper than diesel .. If u want a package tour which I found but did not use as I did not hav e time . Contact rocket holidays 7447347412/ 7019684767 it looked attractive .. After the trip was over used a different road panjim - darwad - hubli - Bangalore . Use the Google Map shortest route . Keep in mind it s a ghat road .. lots of twist but manageable .. have fun
by Smriti L on January 1, 2017
It was the first time we were coming from Ratnagiri to Madgaon, i did not know how is Goa. only heard that it is a paradise for those who are crazy for fest and forigners and or for virgin beaches. We came to Madgaon stn by Netravati exp and it was 12 midnight. The entire platform was secluded except a lunatic foreigner who was throwing obscene gestures to every one who passed him. Having exited we found many cabs and autos. And finally settled with an auto and googled out an unknown Casa Paradiso. The Google showed it was 40 km away beside the old church of Panjim, the capital of Goa. the autowala agreed in 700 rs as he would have to come back alone on return at this point of time. It was a St Valentine night. Small houses were blinking dotted tuny bulbs of blessings. We passed on the roads which were breathing sighs of loneliness and of dark fantacy. As it was our first time in Goa, we were suscpicious as to the credibility of the old auto driver who was a sextogenerian muslim and drinking hard beverage after every 15 mnts. We googled and made it certain that we were heading towards the desired direction. Suddenly it crossed the bridge of a river estuary. After one long hour, we could see the luminiscent lights of the Panjim church showing us the white erect building. And reaching the door of the hotel gate, we saw it was deliberately kept ajar, in order to allow us the entrance. What a portuguese way of welcome!! It was a dismal narrow staircase ascending which we could reach the reception where one konkani gentleman welcomed us and told us that no food would be avlable, in stead we can go to near by George resturant and that only bisleri water would avlble for nominal charges and plastic plates and glass both stainless steel and that of glass and spoons, forks can be had free of cost. We took an air conditioning room for 1400 rs per day with a special clause of half day payment facility in case we check out b4 7 in the evening. We were demonstrated the room which contained very ordinary linen arrangement. It was on the 2nd floor with wooden ancient beam system. It was lower. The rest room was attached though. We took bath and slept. And thereafter spent three days over there. there are many features which are simply laughable. That for example ur articles are ur own responsibility if u leave them while out. Still it is my first love as i am an experimental traveller. Its juxtaposition with George which provides delectable sea foods for nominal rates. And the presence of the old church of Panjim is another glamour. Auto stand is also near by opposite the church.
by Soumyajit_DM on October 27, 2016
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