Resting on the isolated Mobor beach, the Leela Kempinski in Goa provides an aesthetically pleasing atmosphere with a fine combination of Portuguese and Indian cultural traditions. If you are looking for things to do in Goa, this is the place to be, with a beautiful golf course, water activities on the Mobor beach, and sightseeing in the traditional fishing village along the Sal River to the south. The Leela in Goa is an expansive property covering 75 acres of land with a beautiful lagoon surrounded by suites and buildings, and featuring the exclusive Club home away from home. While booking your stay at the Goa Hotel Leela, be sure to check into the special offers, available services, and fine dining on the property.
The state of Goa was a Portuguese colony in South India until 1961, when India took it back and turned it into a state. As a result, Goa has become a fine mixture of Christian and Hindu traditions and celebrations, and it is home to some of the most beautiful churches and temples. The Goa Leela resort is only too happy to offer a guided tour of Goa for those interested in learning about the history and culture of India and of this city.
The Leela in Goa offers abundant services and amenities to their guests, and visitors will never find themselves wanting. Some of these amenities include golfing at their 12-hole amateur golf course with provided caddies and equipment, a spa that features Ayurvedic treatment, warm stone massages, yoga, steam, sauna, and a fully equipped fitness center. On the Goa Leela property, guests will also find a sparkling lagoon view in every room, a tennis court, a pool with a cocktail bar, and a Las Vegas-style casino with slots, gaming tables, roulette, and derby games.
With a host of experiences at the Leela in Goa, dining is no less of an experience at the six restaurants and lounges located within the resort grounds. Diners at the Susegado will experience the delectable cuisine of the Portuguese, left behind after their rule ended in 1961. Riverside is just what the name refers to: dining on the banks of the Sal River. Looking for something to top your Indian experience? Jamavar serves up the very best in Indian cuisine in addition to local Goan dishes. You can also drop in at the café for afternoon tea or cocktails by the pool. Guests will do well to remember that Goa is well-known for its vivid nightlife, and the Goa Hotel Leela is a step ahead with its sophisticated Yali Lounge and Aqua, the entertainment lounge.
Travelers would be wise to research the current special offers at the Goa hotel Leela for their vacation to India. The Goa Leela offers seasonal promotions throughout the year. Promotions might include packages like wedding or honeymoon specials, early bird or extended stay, and off-peak seasonal specials, and they include reduced rates and special amenities during your stay. Offers are ever-changing, so visitors should always check for the current specials during their stay.
Goa holds a trove of cultural treasures from all over the world, and the Leela Goa has everything a traveler could need or want all in one location. Travelers who want to venture further afield can also visit popular beaches such as Calangute and Anjuna, or head to Goa's capital city of Panaji. In addition, you can get to know Goa with one of the tours offered by the hotel, or just sit back and enjoy your stay in this tropical paradise in one of the gorgeous rooms, and take advantage of the many available amenities and services.