Casablanca Beach Resorts, Candolim Beach
Wadi Candolim Bardez
Ranked 16 amongst 152 hotels in Candolim Beach
Casablanca Beach Resorts Reviews
Beach was nearby the hotel. The appearance of the hotel was good. The reception staff’s was friendly. The room allotted to me was neat and clean. I didn't use Wi-Fi facility. All amenities were provided in working condition the room. The food quality was not good. The activity was arranged at the hotel. I had visited this hotel for personal trip wi....Read More
The hotel is good. But only back point is the view from the Hotel is poor. They have given welcome drink. It was quite good. They swimming pool is good. They provide delicious breakfast. I was impressed with it. The interior is quite good for the 3 star hotel.
Well located popular neat and clean value for money hotel with good and relishable cuisine. Sea beach is only two minutes walk. Calm and quiet. Some well reputed restaurants are the nearby. Overall experience is quite good. Certainly come back and stay in Cassablanca.
We have planned our honeymoon in month of July. The suite was very neat and clean. Room service was prompt. The staff was very punctual and humble. Breakfast was good as proper Indian breakfast. As compared to the amount of money we paid and services we got was too much. Thank you Casablanca.
Horrible, not recommended at all. Please note that you will not get any Wi-Fi service. They say it works only at restaurant area. Frequent power cut is an issue here. Road approaching to resort is very dark. The guy who sits at the reception and stays in the night is not polite in behaviour. Also, note that pool is not functioning here. I booked....Read More
I reached to at hotel at 5:00 they are waiting for me. I just told my name and they booked the room. I was booked standard room but they gave me suite room, it was so nice. Good: Rooms are very good. Service also good. Breakfast ultimate buffet. Near to beach. Bad: Restaurant prices are high.
Good enough for staying, worth the price. The room was neat and clean. Attached balcony. Good swimming pool. Nice ambiance. Good point is near to an isolated beach which you can enjoy. Restaurant was good too. Free buffet breakfast. AC in hotel room is also good.
Near beach and main street. Guests and Hotel personnel was very nice. Eat all your food at the Hotel and take walks on the beach. Rooms are not the best but they are personal, big and well cleaned. Taxi is just outside the Hotel. I want to go back to this Hotel when rain time is over.
The hotel was situated very close to the beach and very well connected to other parts of North Goa.. Even the hotel food was good.. Hotel staff were very hospitable! As we booked through Makemytrip it was cost efficient too.
The staff was supportive and helpful. The room was very clean and pleasant with an attached terrace... Overall, stay was good. They also provided medicine as one of my family member was not keeping well. The swimming pool and other amenities seemed to be in good condition.
Top Reviews of Casablanca Beach Resorts
There\'s no place like Goa to head to when you want to calm your stressed mind and body. As soon as you land at Dabolim airport, the tropical scenery and humidity relaxes you completely and you will find yourself getting as laidback as the locals as you wait patiently in a queue for your cab dirver to arrive. This year, we headed out to Goa over the Diwali break in November for some R&R. Due to the delay in making bookings, we couldn\'t manage to get anything other than Hotel Casablanca on Candolim beach. However, the promptness of the replies to our email by the resort staff and the overall efficiency with which we got our bookings reassured us that things were not as bad as some of the internet reviews had portrayed. As we drove into the resort, a little before sundown, I was a little apprehensive about the location as I gouldn\'t get a view of the sea. Besides, at the entrance of the Hotel was a small house, which looked like a settlement where workers lived. The reception area at the entrance was all but a small portico. Thankfully, the staff at the desk ensured that we had a smooth check in. As we walked from the reception towards our room, the property looked charming with the bright blue restaurant building adding a Portugese feel to the place. It was however not plush by any counts, but I suppose one can\'t expect more from a three star property in Goa. After checking in, we walked out towards the sea to explore and found that the beach was just a five minute walk away. In fact, the hotel is located right down the road from the point where a ship called the River princess has been lying abandoned for the past seven years. In typical goanese laid back fashion, the authorities have still not taken any action to remove it from where it ran aground in the sandy shores. The rooms in our hotel were large and airy, with a good-sized bath attached and an adjoining living area with TV and fridge, opening out onto a balcony. Once again, the room furnishings were quite basic but on the brighter side, the rooms were cleaned everyday without having to request it. (This was far better than some other three star properties in Calangute and baga that I had previously stayed at.) Room service was pathetic. An order for a cup of tea in the evening could take anything between 1-2 hours. Our advance request for morning tea made the previous night in attempt to make things move faster didn\'t work. We would still wake up in the morning and have to call a couple of times until finally giving up and having tea at the breakfast buffet at the restaurant every morning. The variety and quality of food was also below average, but this didn\'t really matter. When in Goa, it\'s best to have most your meals at a shack on the beach and fortunately for us there was a very good shack called the Calamari located about a ten minute walk away. We spent most of our days hitting this shack for a late breakfast and then staying on till sunset, with swimming and sunbathing thrown in to pass our time in between meals. We had some of the freshest seafood here, cooked to perfection. The watermelon martinis were superlative and the coconut pancakes - they were to die for! Casablanca did not have much to offer in terms of activities besides the swimming pool. The pool, although small, was extremely clean. In fact, since our rooms overlooked the pool, when we awoke every morning and looked out of the window, the sight of the pool attendant cleaning the pool would greet us - a rather reassuring sight since we were travelling with kids. However, the Candolim beach was a saving grace as far as activities were concerned. It offers one of the best spots for swimming in the sea as the beach slopes gradually offering shallow waters until quite far out. The abandoned River Princess acts as a barrier by breaking the waves, if you choose to swim in front of it. Candolim beach also offers excellent water sports like parasailing (Rs.1200 per person), jet skiing (Rs.400 per person), banana boat rides (Rs.300 per person) and several others including a boat trip along the shores of the Fort Aguada. Candolim is also not as crowded as other beaches like Baga and Calangute, so it is ideal for those looking for some peace and queit. For those looking for nightlife, a taxi to the party hotspots in Baga is less than half an hour away and costs approximately Rs.400 return. If you happen to be there on Saturday, then a must-visit is the night market at Arpora. The shopping at the night market is more expensive than the roadside shops but the ambience is great. There is live music and plenty of food stalls where you can grab a beer and snacks and settle down to listen to some of the bands play. All in all, this was a wonderful beach holiday and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to see the quieter side of North Goa.
Really nice experience. Barring the mandatory load shedding, the a. C. Worked well. The plumbing worked. We arrived 5 hours early, but we were accommodated without fuss or extra payment, inspire of being quite full. One of our suites was even upgraded without our day. Again no extra cost. The pool was very clean. The breakfast ( complementary everyday) was very nice. The staff very polite and on call even in the middle of the night. Pleasant and quiet stay. Special mention to Raj at reception. A lovely Bengali young man, very polite and knowledgeable about casinos, discoes and other hotspots that operate during off season. He even gave his personal scooter to us when one of our scooters lost its headlight at night. Over all, top notch stay. We're going back there always. And highly recommend it to every one. But, as a courtesy, be polite to them all. They are trying their best, we as guests should too.
The overall stay was fine. I did not face any difficulty to reach the hotel. They provide pick up and drop facility in the hotel. The surrounding of the hotel was good. The appearance of the hotel was fabulous. The staff was warm, polite and amicable. They did not delay in check-in and check-out service. The room was spacious and well-furnished. They regularly cleaned the room. They provide hot and cold water facility in the hotel. The basic amenities whichever provided were in working order. There was a scenery view from the room. The quality and quantity of the food was delicious and tasty and it was reasonable. Swimming pool was provided in the hotel. It was valued for the money. It was a family vacation.
Stayed in suite facing the pool. Suite room was spacious, comfortable and very well-maintained. Food is very good and reasonable. We stayed here for 3 nights and 4 days. Staff is well-behaved and helpful. Very near to beach. Restaurant serves a really good breakfast. Stayed there with my wife and kid, overall it was a nice experience.
Good ambience with beach resort, clean pool and restaurant was very good with tasty food. :) Beach is very near, rooms are good, spacious and staff is cooperative. We had a great time and pool sight seeing was beautiful in the night with lighting all around.