The Leela Palace Goa, located next to the Sal River, promises an inspired stay. This award-winning resort hotel embodies the spirit and soul of India on its picturesque grounds, and is a luxurious gateway to Goa's beaches.

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Guests of The Leela Palace Goa find themselves completely immersed in natural beauty on over 75 acres of emerald foliage. Soft natrual features, including soothing lily ponds and plenteous gardens brimming with spices and color, mingle pleasingly with the archways and temples throughout the property.

The rooms and suites at The Leela Palace Goa number just over 200, each with amenities and comforts to keep you feeling completely at home during your stay. Elegant furnishings in light hues and state-of-the-art luxury amenities are welcome features. A peek outside of each accommodation reveals a private balcony where the view is filled with the shimmering lagoon or the Arabian Sea.

Ker & Downey recommends a stay in one of the 66 Conservatory rooms, each offering a spacious living area facing the lagoon. Lagoon Suites sprawl to accommodate larger parties, and the resplendant Royal Villa features its own private swimming pool and Jacuzzi.

Attention to detail and incredibly personal services are the hallmarks of the staff of The Leela Palace Goa. Arranging romantic beachside dinners, suggesting the best local fish shacks to visit, ensuring that every need in your room is attended—the resort staff pride themselves in being magicians that conjure up anything to meet your whims.

Mind and body are left well-nourished throughout The Leela Palace Goa, from the wellness therapies at the spa, to the yoga and meditation spaces, to the delicious onsite restaurants. Dine on Italian cuisine at Riverside, sample international fare on the covered decks of The Restaurant, and indulge at the Susegado beachside grill.

Beyond the resort, on one side you’ll find the Arabian Sea’s azure expanse and deserted beaches; on the other, the Sal River offers insight into the daily life of this region of India. The village on the river is sustained by fishing, and its residents are welcoming and eager to give visitors a taste of the local everyday.

Goa’s history as a former territory of Portugal have left a legacy of Portuguese-Indian fusion, from cuisine to architecture to the local attitude of “susegado”. Your Ker & Downey guide will escort you to the nearby cathedrals, palaces, and landmarks, returning you to enjoy relaxing nights at The Leela Palace Goa.

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