A tropical paradise, The Leela is Goa’s most luxurious hotel, and for good reason.
What we love
Mobor Beach – it’s one of the best beaches in Goa, and you can walk along the soft white sand for miles.
The activities – everything from yoga and a luxury spa, to a round of golf on the 12-hole course and taking lessons on the tennis courts.
Good to know
- Fancy splashing out? The exclusive Club Wing offers its guests their own private hideaway, with exclusive use of the Club’s pool and bistro as well as butler service.
Lagoons, gardens and powder-white sand
75 acres of immaculate grounds, meandering water lily-filled lagoons and tropical green gardens provide a tranquil ambience which flows throughout this prestigious hotel. The paradisiacal feel that The Leela exudes can also be found just a short walk through the gardens, in the form of Mobor’s soft, white sandy beach, where evening strolls are a must.
There’s plenty on offer at The Leela for those who like to keep active, with a 12-hole Par-3 golf course, tennis, badminton and yoga being just a selection of what’s offered, and for those simply looking to relax, the hotel’s free-form pool provides a secluded spot from which to soak up the sunshine.
The property itself has been beautifully designed to reflect Goa’s intricate Portuguese and Indian heritage, and each of the spacious guestrooms combine the ultimate in luxury, with modern comforts and calming views across the lagoons or tropical gardens.
The Leela also offers an exclusive Club Wing, where guests can enjoy a more private experience, with its own private Club Pool, intimate bistro and designated Club beach (a private section of beach and a bar).
Exceptional service and fine dining
The service provided is of an impeccable standard and the friendly staff are there to look after your every need, making a stay at The Leela a truly unforgettable experience.
There is an enticing range of dining experiences across The Leela’s six restaurants and bars, including Riverside, an á la carte Italian with superb views of the Sal River, and a fabulous beachfront grill, Susegado, where fresh seafood is cooked to perfection.
In 2016, The Leela was voted as being amongst the top 100 luxury hotels in the world, by the prestigious magazine, Condé Nast Traveller.