Casa Anjuna, Goa – sleeping

Standard

This converted Portuguese mansion offers four types of rooms, each with it’s own charm.

1. Standard rooms start at $108 in the low season and are lovely. (Casa Special Rooms)

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Room 7 (A block first floor, overlooking the front garden)

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Room 6 (A block first floor, overlooking the front garden)

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Room 9 (A block first floor, no balcony)

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Room 8 (A block first floor, no balcony)

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Garden rooms G1 & G2 are in a bungalow in the front garden and share a common entry.

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Pool rooms 1&2 are in a bungalow next to the pool. P1 is opposite the restaurant.

2. Luxury Rooms (Casa Favourite) start at $122 in the low season

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Room 1 (Ground floor A block) has a lovely verandah onto the front garden but could lack privacy in the busy season.

Room 2 is at the other end of the verandah and is also a luxury room.

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Room 4 has a lovely verandah, but it looks on to the restaurant.

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Room 10 (first floor A block) has access to two nice shared areas with Room 11.

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Room 11 (first floor A Block)

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Room B1 (ground floor B Block)

 

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Room B2 (Ground floor) B Block

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Room B3 (first floor B Block)

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Room B4 (first floor in B Block)

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Room 12 (A Block second/top floor, overlooking back garden) next to suites.

3. Suites (Casa Luxury) (A Block second/top floor, overlooking the pool/back garden) start at $222 low season

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Shared areas on top floor A Block (shared by Room 12, Mango Suite, Palm Suite)

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Mango Suite (lots of room, but not as charming as other rooms).

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Palm Suite (more charm than Mango Suite, and lots of room).

Also in the Suite category is…..

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Room B5 (Ground floor B Block)                     (Opposite Room 1 in A Block)

and…

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Penthouse suite (top floor B Block) has lots of room, and a kitchen.

My favourites were the Luxury Rooms (Casa Favourites) Rooms 1&2, on the ground floor of A Block as they have the lovely verandahs overlooking the front garden and are close to the shared areas. (But they would lack privacy in the busy season). Room 4 on the ground floor near the restaurant in A block is nice in very low season if it’s quiet (but otherwise would be very public).

The Standard (Casa Special) Garden Rooms are lovely, private and over look the front garden. They are ideal for two couples who are travelling together as they have a shared entrance area.

Luxury Rooms  (Casa Favourites) Rooms 1,2,3& 4 in B Block are also very nice (and could be more private than rooms in A Block), but are away from the restaurant and shared areas.

Standard (Casa Special) Rooms 6& 7  in A Block on the first floor, are also nice (7 has a great bathroom) and have small balconies overlooking the front garden. Room 6 nearby is also nice with plenty of room, but no balcony.

The Suites are not very attractive (but the Palm Suite is the best as it does have a four poster bed.) However, there’s lots of room if you need to fit in an extra bed.

Standard (Casa Special) Room 5 on the ground floor of A block has a verandah like Room 4, that overlooks the pool but is more private. It is near the restaurant and could be busy. Room 3 in A Block is on the ground floor at the bottom of the stairs and probably not very desirable.

 

 

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