The Leela Palace: an eccentric palace hotel

The Leela Palace: an eccentric palace hotel

Once part of the Kempinski group, the Leela became independent in 2013 and has won over many enthusiasts with its original, unique luxury.

Built in 2001 in the prestigious Diplomatic Enclave, Leela Palace is the jewel of the Indian capital. It dominates the city with its imposing size and architecture, the latter largely inspired by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the man who, under British imperial governance, built New Delhi's Indian Gate and Rashtrapati Bhavan, now the residence of the Indian president.

The Leela has redefined luxury: it boasts four gourmet restaurants, including the very successful Qube and its show kitchens, a two-floor spa offering Ayurvedic treatments and a heated pool on the roof, famous art works from all over the world, and a particularly attentive staff. Fusion is in the Leela's DNA it merges classic Indian elegance with touches of eccentricity, modernity and customised services, like… astrologer or numerologist consultations. With 254 deluxe rooms, including several suites with private pools, the Leela is where you can completely relax.

The Leela Palace
Africa Avenue
Diplomatic Enclave
New Delhi
Delhi 110023

+91 (0)11 3933 1234

Rooms: from 17,325 INR