Over the last three decades The Leela Palaces Hotels and Resorts have been on a continuous journey to delight our guests by providing unparalleled luxury in captivating environs ensconced in the lap of nature and wrapped in the graciousness of Indian hospitality. We invite you to sense this distinction, taste and enjoy it with all your senses.
During the time that India was scripting a new destiny The Leela was creating iconic landmarks surpassing all expectations. From a single elegant hotel once considered to be located on the edge of Bombay it has now grown to being one of the most respected hospitality brands worldwide.
The Leela Palaces Hotels and Resorts has a range of award-winning properties that celebrates the country s diverse geography and rich architectural history.
On business or leisure whatever be the occasion our range of curated offers allows you to discover and explore pamper and rejuvenate celebrate and rejoice.
Some journeys can be summed up in a photo a tweet a souvenir. But others are so filled with inner riches, they defy easy description.
For one visitor it's a lobby and a welcome that makes her feel like royalty. For another it s discovering a hidden garden guided only by the scent of jasmine. To some, it is small touches that few others notice - the warmth of a gesture the extra care in the simplest dish.
This hotel is amazing. Many restaurants on premise, so no need to go out. Rooms are very well decorated. Perfect place after long days at work.
Very nice place to unwind. The hotels architecture is based on Indian palace style architecture and gives it a very classic feel. The colonnade houses many shops with very heigh quality of goods. Expensive too. Also, it has a beautiful garden to walk around with it's own waterfall and streams.
Although there have been a lot of hotels built recently that can challenge The Leela and possibly give it a run for its money with regards to the level of comfort or the tech invested in the infrastructure, The Leela outdoes them with sheer word of mouth. I've visited the hotel two times before when I was way younger and coming back here a third time brings back that nostalgic feeling. Expensive? Obviously. Worth the experience? Absolutely.