About Casa Baga
- high speed internet in room
- shuttle bus service
- swimming pool
- free internet
- free parking
- air conditioning
- room service
- non smoking rooms
- non smoking hotel
- laundry service
- concierge desk
- flatscreen tv
- bath shower
- outdoor pool
- baggage storage
- car hire
- bottled water
- english amenities
- 24 hour front desk
- ironing service
- outdoor furniture
- sun loungers beach chairs
- free breakfast
- private balcony
- kids meals
- sun umbrellas
- street parking amenities
- wine champagne
- pool beach towels
- indoor pool
- complimentary toiletries
- poolside bar
- private check in check out
2 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
Nice staff, cramped hotel
"I like the Casa Group of boutique hotels quite a lot as I've stayed at their Anjuna and Vagatore properties before. You can count on tastefully furnished rooms and a villa atmosphere with decent food.
We figured we'd try Casa Baga out so that we could be closer to the Baga hotspots. The hotel was well located about two minutes from the beach and Titos. The Loungefly bar was right across the street.
The rooms at this hotel were pretty cramped and badly decorated. After complaining many times to the manager, he moved us to a luxury room, which was much nicer. The most disappointing part, however, was how cramped the entire hotel felt. Getting around the property was like navigating a maze.
The staff were very nice--really friendly and accommodating.
Bottom line is if you plan to stay here, book one of the luxury rooms as the regular rooms are pretty crap. The Casa hotels are usually on the more expensive side, so there's way cheaper hotels available if you're watching the budget."
- Travel date: Tue 12th of August 2008
Not so great-
"Stayed at the Casa Baga for 2 nights in Apr.06. While the location is great, there were several problems.
Location: In Baga, in the Lane parallel to the Tito's road. Some rooms face the sea. Overlooks Congo Bar. When we were there Congo was closed for the season, but I'm sure that when it is open, the rooms overloking Congo, can get very noisy.
Rooms: Nice interiors, with furniture sourced from Bali. Some better than others. Avoid the pool-side rooms. Tiny & not so
great. Bathrooms are ok, they dont provide shampoos, extra soaps, etc. so take your own. Our bedroom did'nt have a mirror, so everytime we had to dress up we had to go to the Bathroom , which is a nuisance if its wet. TV did'nt work in our rooms, checked the other rooms, but was not working there either.
Service: Terrible. Ordered tea, which arrived after 35 mnutes & 2
reminders later & no apologies. No drinking water is provided in the rooms.
Restaurant: Breakfast is so-so. There is a very bland set menu. After the first breakfast we did'nt eat there again. If you are hungry, too bad. You have to wait a minimum of 30 minutes for the chef to prepare you something!
Pool: Nice pool. You can swim upto the bar.Limited sun beds-non-reclining kind. No showers near the pool.
Value for money: It is more expensive than other Goa hotels.We paid about 70$ per night (off-season rate) . its strange that at these prices they dont give you drinking water in the rooms, T.V.'s dont work, bathrooms dont have shampoos,soaps or shower caps & the service is so poor. Definitely not value
Overall: The only thing going for this hotel is the location & the
decor. I would definitely not stay here again.I prefer the Cavala
resort , presa di Goa, or Taj Holiday village."
- Travel date: Thu 14th of September 2006