The Leela Goa, India
Enjoy the legendary elegance and breathtaking beauty of this renowned beach hotel in Goa, set against the backdrop of an intriguing fusion of colonial Portugal and modern India. The luxury Leela Goa Resort offers you a host of dining options and leisure activities from one of the most desired Goa hotels.
Location: Mobor beachfront, south Goa.
Board Basis: Bed & Breakfast.
Transfer: approx. one hour from Goa Airport.
Swimming pool with sun terraces, pool deck pavilion bar and kids pool
Ayurveda health spa
Cycling, tennis & 12-hole golf course
Watersports including parasailing & water-skiing (Nov-Apr)
Lagoon Terrace Rooms have one double or twin beds, bath, shower, air conditioning, ceiling fan, TV, CD & DVD player, internet access, minibar, hairdryer, tea & coffee making facilities, safe and balcony or terrace overlooking the lagoon.Room and Board Upgrades
Conservatory Premiere Rooms have spacious bedroom and sitting room.
Lagoon Suites have one or two marble bathrooms with deep-soaking baths, vanity sections and separate showers, as well as a private terrace overlooking the lagoon.
Club Suites are luxuriously furnished with espresso machine, Bose CD player, LCD flat screen cable TV, DVD player and private butler service.
Club Pool Suites have their own private plunge pool. Club guests enjoy breakfast (a la carte/room service/at the lounge), light lunches, evening cocktails and dinner in the Club lounge, a 25 metre swimming pool and separate beach.
The luxurious Goa hotels are a far cry from its days as a boho bolthole, with extensive facilities, pristine beaches, and not a backpacker in sight. This former Portuguese enclave is a fascinating destination with far more up its sleeve than beach parties, and whether you choose to barter away in the Baga bazaars, explore the ruins of Old Goa, or dance the night away under the stars, the top-class hotels in Goa are the perfect place to unwind. Goa may have livened up since hippies descended on the region in the 1960s, but visit the grand colonial mansions and peaceful Portuguese villages of Chandor and Panjim for Goa holidays with a more authentic vibe.