June 19, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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The Leela Goa in Goa, India

Blend the unique traditions of south Indian temples with a Portuguese flare, and The Leela Goa stands distinguished, with five stars to boot. This hotel is a hot spot in the vibrant and tropical city of Goa. Famous for sandy beaches and a laid back atmosphere, experience an intriguing fusion of colonial Portugal and modern India. Embracing people from all walks of life, Goa is an international mecca for relaxation, rejuvenation, and pleasure. Steeped in centuries of history, visit the Basilica of Bom Jesus, a world heritage monument that houses the sacred mortal remains of St Francis Xavier. These same lands are of spiritual importance to Hindus as well, and a variety of sacred landmarks and customs are worth exploring.

An exclusive stay at The Leela Goa offers miles of private sandy beaches. A waiting staff is at your beck and call by the pool, and a 12-hole golf course is perfect for afternoon activity. A 24-hour casino keeps the games going all day and night long, and if you have an insatiable thirst for night life, the hotel discotheque and local clubs are like nothing you have seen before. Wind down in lavish guest rooms, bordering lush gardens and sparkling lagoons, mastering the art of living in spacious and airy guest rooms.

Location of The Leela Goa

The Leela Goa
Mabor, Cavelossim Village
Goa, India

Nearest Airport: GOI

Amenities for The Leela Goa

  • General Information
  • 220 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • 4 Restaurants
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Laundry Service
  • Casino
  • WiFi
  • Currency Exchange Service
  • Nightclub
  • Boutique
  • Tennis Courts
  • Beach Access
  • Car Rental
  • Lounge
  • 12-Hole Golf Course
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • CD Players
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • DVD Players
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Activities
  • Croquet
  • Tennis
  • Yoga
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Archery
  • Meditation
  • Badminton
  • Sightseeing
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Conference Facilities
  • Family
  • Children's Programs
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Pool
  • Rollaway Beds
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Interests
  • Beach

Reviews for The Leela Goa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Very well made resort in extreme south Goa and clean beach. In terms of facilities, altogether a great place. But as happens with usual Leela properties, it lacks warmth of staff. Til the time everything is right, great for u. But don't expect any one to do that extra mile for you. Spa manager thought 2 couple massages mean massage for 2 people and not 4.. and now he can't do anything about it as you see his hotel is totally sold out and we need to ubderstand..! At breakfast, if u ask waiter to get you something , he will say mam it's a buffet.. go help yourself! But all in all, resort is nice.. hope somebody gives soul to it.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

I can't express well enough the awesomeness of this place . More a resort than a hotel it pushes 5 stars to the limit. The service is not at par with any I have had and when it has this has grace within it . The breakfast was a daily spread of world foods with the most endless steam of everything. I won't even go into dinner .Staff seemed to appear out of the blue when needed to help genuinely. With a private beach, games areas, palm reader, club etc. Not to forget the near natural pool setting got you diving into caves plunging you into a different world . I think that's what Leela Goa is , a different world of a hotel. We are planning to return not so much to Goa but Leela again !


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Stayed at this lovely hotel for 12 idyllic nights. The hotel is really first class delightful friendly staff beautiful beach and pool. We ate out on all nights except one where we ate in the Restsurant the food is expensive and would become boring if you had to eat there every night. There are Many lovely places a short taxi ride away

RClegg - Plumley

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

superb from start to end stay was very good,it gives you the authentic feel with all the modern facilities. Indeed a very beautiful place ,cant wait to visit it next time.And that will be very soon...

Chris A

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We explored North Goa many times however this was our first opportunity to explore South Goa. We found South Goa cleaner- great beaches and cleaner water bodies. Leela was an easy choice as it offered a wide variety of activities to keep the children busy. We choose the Conservatory Premiere room as this was the only room available due to the Easter season. It sufficed our purpose as the room had a small mini bedroom with its own TV. We call it the "Kids Suite" ! It had a private hideout like a mini terrace which was great except the fact that it was too close for comfort to other terraces and we could smell awful cigarette smell which discouraged us to use that area. We didnt mind that at all as we were busy doing other things ! Apart from few misses from The Leela, our stay was a hit !! On arrival @ the Goa airport, we could not find the chauffeur (airport transfer included in the package), so we had to call the hotel. Some nice old gentleman showed up saying that our name was not on the list and arranged a car which I have to tell you smelt a bit awful and looked a bit dirty ! This is an important factor for us as it is a long journey to the property and Unicorn started vomiting due to the stinky car and heat !! At this point I started feeling skeptical about the hotel. Nevertheless, we continued .. Upon arrival at the reception, we were greeted by some cool coconut water which was refreshing. A lady made us feel comfortable and explained the package to us. The package is designed on a meal system versus a voucher system ( Taj Holiday Village @ North Goa offers the vouchers option ) . This option is quite sad for families with kids on holiday wanting to have no structure or routine. The package makes it compulsory for kids to have all meals at the buffet area. You will end up choosing this option as all other options do not make financial sense. Even though you may have wanted to explore the various restaurants at the hotel, this option prohibits you from enjoying them. When your child is charged as a full board, you have no option but to choose the same for yourselves as obviously no parents will let the child dine alone by themselves while they enjoy the restaurants !! So, its a great financial strategy for the hotel however it makes the holiday plan a bit rigid for the families !! I hope they make it more flexible ! A lady apologized for the delay in the hotel transfer. I was not very pleased with the mismanagement however I am a firm believer in giving second chances. We carry our own luggage as a family as we arrived with a backpack each, however, we were surprised that the helper did not even once want to take the bags from us ! Its a five star rated property so some common courtesy is expected from the staff. We were shown our room which was quite nice. The misses were frankly not keeping fruits as promised everyday in the room. We had to ask for them :/ !!! The view from the room was fantastic ! The bathroom was neat and clean however minor changes will make it even better and life easier for the hotel guests ! Example, the door of the shower can be translucent and not transparent. This would allow privacy to the person in the shower when any family member wants to use the tub or the sink or go into the washroom !! It was ridiculous that we had to spend time waiting for each person to finish their shower or try and coordinate. :/ The hotel can provide shower curtain for the bath tub. There was no privacy for the person using the bath tub either !! Most beach hotels we visited provide a retractable clothesline above the bathtub so that we can hang our costumes etc. I found that missing too ! :// One last tip for the hotel would be to count the number of people in the room and accordingly leave toiletries behind while cleaning the room ! The ponds, the flora fauna, golf course, pool area, dining, restaurants, beach area everything -- are very well maintained. The kids spent all day between pool, kids club (great line-up of activities like pizza making, card making etc.), lovely clean beach, cycling about the property (the first 30 mins are free), exploring the property on the golf cart, indoor games (table tennis etc.), an evening at the night club (great music and kids are allowed !!! Its better to go in the first hour to enjoy the music, dance a bit before it gets too crowded !!), a karaoke night and an awesome evening spent with two musicians sitting in the middle of the hotel lobby area singing Indian folk songs. Over all there is no dearth of entertainment.Our time just flew by !! On the eve of Easter, they had a barbeque on the beach which we skipped as we had a flight the next morning. You can even rent out new movie DVDs at no extra cost. The spice garden is worth a visit. It has labelled trees and plants used in India for various health purposes, some geese moving about and great gazebo used for yoga sessions. The buffet options are great except that they do ask you if you need anything specific. So I asked them for two pieces of garlic bread to go with the yummy white sauce vegetable pasta which they confirmed that will get which they eventually did not. What i did not like is they delayed it as much as they could. My food was getting cold. When I reminded the server about it, she asked another person who just told her to serve "Indian Bread" ( YES ! I COULD HEAR THEM !! ). I politely refused it when she served it to me with a smile. I started eating my pasta quietly letting it go. BUT, they chose to get me two pieces of bread with PESTO SAUCE on it ! I just politely told her " If you cant get it, its alright to say - Sorry, we do not have it today ! - But kindly do not embarrass yourselves by doing all this. Of course, they said 'Sorry' . I did not appreciate it at all. :(( Also, if you are a family travelling with kids, please be alert around the pool area. I could believe my eyes on what I was saw over there. I saw a young couple in their twenties coming from the beach area to the pool in their inner wears. The man was wearing a brief --- no NOT SWIMMING BRIEFS ! My son pointed me towards him as he saw the flap uncovered something that should have been seen in a family pool area ! The woman was wearing an overall lingerie with no inner wear at all !! The staff at the pool and the security somehow missed it. I had to point this out. The pool was filled with children of all ages and parents !! We had a pleasant stay overall. Just a few things noteworthy is that the hotel reception knows its a long trip to the airport and the day is hot so they could have definitely offered us some coconut water at the lobby area, if not the adults, at least to the kids. I hope the hotel takes these few pointers in positive light. Goa is always fun no matter what !! So, when in doubt GO GOA !! :)

singhzz - mumbai

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