Flowering gardens and meandering lagoons surround the guestrooms and suites of The Leela Goa. This sprawling resort celebrates Goa’s Portuguese heritage and the delightful architecture of South India’s temples with opulent public areas and intimate, classic rooms. Greeted with native flowers and a warm welcome, you will feel special the moment you arrive. Even before you see your palatial room, the indulgent Ayurvedic spa, and water views, and before you plunge into the pool, stroll by the sea, and dine under the stars, you will know you have discovered a piece of paradise.
- Choose from 185 spacious rooms, secluded suites, and lavish villas set around three lagoons
- Play on the 12-hole golf course and tennis courts or recline by one of two pools
- Dine on seafood by the beach, pasta by the river, or signature Indian cuisine at several restaurants
- Enjoy a private candlelit dinner then dance the night away at the stylish club
- Discover the beauty of the Goan coast one beach at a time
- Recharge your batteries and refresh your mind with beachside yoga and meditation
The Leela Goa invites you to relax on comfy daybeds and peaceful terraces, by tranquil pools, or with a Reiki treatment. Free your mind in the way that suits you best, whether it is with a round of golf, an expertly-mixed cocktail, or a visit to a centuries-old church.
All accommodations at The Leela Goa sit around three lagoons so its famous water views will never be out of sight. Spacious and comfortable with earthy tones, dark wood, and crisp white linen, guestrooms and suites are elegant spaces with indulgent baths, balconies, and exquisite lifestyle amenities. Club Suites are perfect for small families, with an extra daybed and extended living spaces, and Villas have additional bedrooms, separate living room and dining areas, private terraces, kitchenettes, and butler service.
Laundry, room service, and concierge services are available.
Dining at The Leela Goa is a culinary experience. From romantic Italian dinners overlooking the Sal River to a taste of India in Jamavar and beachside fine dining at Susegado, you’ll savor every meal.
Susegado – Dine with sand between your toes and a sea breeze in your hair at this romantic and sophisticated beachside restaurant. Taste the freshest grilled seafood and local delicacies as you take the restaurant's name literally — it means "relax and live it up."
Jamavar – Experience a taste of India in this light, airy, and modern restaurant. Indulge in North and South Indian specialties including Goan Fish Curry, Prawn Balchao, and spicy Vindaloo.
Riverside – White tablecloths, hanging baskets, and an airy terrace overlooking the Sal River make this a place for romantics to enjoy some of the best Italian food in Goa, including wood-fired pizzas, truffle risotto, and authentic desserts.
The Restaurant – For all-day dining, visit The Restaurant and its extensive buffet offering flavors from around the world. Choose from rich and spicy local dishes, tastes of Thailand, and classic pastas — plus an impressive selection of desserts.
Yali Lounge – Relax with a green tea, prepare for dinner with a signature cocktail, or unwind with the finest single malt in this bar with low-lighting and soaring scalloped arches.
The Poolside Bar – When you are lounging poolside in a deckchair, the friendly staff will keep the cocktails flowing.
Aqua – Head to Aqua for a game of snooker or chess and quality cocktails. Want to keep the party going? In the evening, Aqua pulsates with late-night dancing to the beat of catchy tunes.
The Leela Goa has been designed around relaxation and rejuvenation. Indulge in Ayurvedic treatments at The Spa or enjoy a yoga, meditation, or Reiki session in a tranquil beachside setting. When you are ready to be active, tee-off on the 12-hole golf course or take a plunge in the pool. There is tennis, beach volleyball, and archery here, too.
Experience the sands that made Goa famous all over the world, and try beach-hopping to Candolim, Miramar, Majorda, and Varca Beaches. There are a number of famous temples and churches in Goa. The colonial splendor of Old Goa, a UNESCO heritage site, is worth the hour and a half drive north, as are the magnificent Arvalem and Dudh Sagar Waterfalls, a couple of hours drive inland.
The Leela Goa
Just minutes from the sands of Mobor Beach, The Leela Goa is in a unique position bordered by the Arabian Sea and the River Sal. Surrounded by 75 acres of lush green gardens and a 12-hole golf course it is one of Goa’s very finest beach resorts.
Goa International Airport is 22 mi / 35 km away, a 55-minute drive.
Madgaon Railway Station is 9 mi / 15 km, a 35-minute drive away.