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Goa Hotels

  • Dudley's on Short interior

  • Seared duck breast

  • Pato

  • Blackberry Peach Cobbler

  • Cerveza de bourbon

Pros

  • The best accommodations rupees can buy

Cons

  • Extremely pricey

Updated 10/04/2012

Fodor's Review

For flat-out, over-the-top luxury and sophistication, nothing in Goa can top this well-planned 75-acre resort that includes a secluded beach and a magnificent view of cliffs and coves. The open-air lobby is reminiscent of a temple from the ruins of Hampi to the west, complete with panel carvings and a sculpted nandi (sacred bull), and is a wonderful place to spend a cool and quiet afternoon. The two-story, salmon-color villas are arranged along a winding artificial lagoon. Rooms and suites have tile floors, dark-wood furniture, well-appointed bathrooms, and private balconies. Some villas have private swimming pools. The restaurants offer broad and diverse menus and beautiful settings.

Hotel Information

Address:

Cavelossim, Mobor, Salcete, Goa, 403731, India

Phone:

832-662–1234

Website: www.theleela.com

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 120 rooms, 66 suites
  • All meals

Updated 10/04/2012

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Mar 22, 2012

The Leela Goa Review

Fantastic location, fabulous amenities, frequent services and lackadaisical ambience, if you are seeking all these qualities for your stay in Goa then I must say Leela Goa is certainly your best bet. It is a luxuriously appointed hotel on a fantastic beach called Mobor Cavelossim. The décor of the Lagoon Suite is patterned to offer colonial charm and modern sophistication at a time. Staff is courteous and competent and ensures that all your requirements

are met on time. Although there are a little bit flaws which are not expected from a deluxe hotel but they can be certainly overlooked by the overwhelming hospitality of the staff which are great assets there. On the dining front, the hotel was just about average. The menu at The Restaurant was quite limited and just ok. The Club Lounge and Riverside Italian Restaurant are good with appetizers & snacks and houses eclectic collection of wines and beverages. Besides all aforementioned features, it was Ayurvedic massages and spa therapies that hooked me the most. The spa offers a wide range of Ayurvedic therapies and massages plus an in-house doctor is always there to ensure that you must gain a rejuvenating experience. Adding to the languor of the hotel, there are two private beaches that offers much-needed solitude and sanitary. I would definitely recommend you to plan your stay at The Leela Goa as it is a welcome retreat from other ordeal experiences where touts make best efforts to make you shell out money for shabby infrastructure and horrifying journeys. It is truly worth to spend hefty bucks. I am also recommend site: http://www.luxoindia.com/hotel/the-leela-goa-india-luxe2393 Here, I have found all information about this luxurious hotel like facilities, accommodation, reviews, photos, maps and great deal.

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Nov 20, 2009

The Leela Goa Review

I love Goa and especially the Leela resort. It is so beautiful and relaxing being there. i really like the pool. Do carry a swimsuit bcoz its impossible to get a decent one in Indian stores. I ordered my bathing suit with Secret Cache at http://www.secretcache.com I adore mine, there free shipping and return policy is just the icing on the cake.

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