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The Leela Kovalam Beach

The Leela Kovalam Beach
Destinations : Thiruvananthapuram
Facilities :

The Leela Kovalam Beach, Kerala offers a range of services and facilities for both your leisure and pleasure. An exclusive beach Ayurveda and Wellness Spa Badminton Beach Volleyball Car parking and valet services Currency exchange Excursions and day picnics Fitness centre Florist Gift shop Jogging track Library News stand Non Smoking rooms Snooker Table Tennis Tennis Yoga lessons

Accomodation :

The Leela Kovalam Beach having 194 rooms and suites keeping with the stark, yet stunning setting and arranged our rooms in three unique wings. But rest assured, every room and every wing comes with complimentary sea views and sunsets in our Kovalam beach resort. Room Types Sea – View Pavilion Rooms - 22 Garden View Pavilion Rooms - 20 Beach View Deluxe Rooms - 16 Beach - View Deluxe Suites - 2 Beach View Superior Room - 70 Sea - View Club Rooms - 60 Club Suites - 3 Maharaja Suite - 1

Sight Seeing :

A short drive from Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram) International Airport unfolds one of the most inspiring of Kovalam hotels, The Leela Kempinski Kovalam Beach, Kerala. With 182 rooms and suites dotted over many verdant acres, Kerala’s largest beachside resort is cradled between two sweeping beaches. Perched on a rock-face, this 5 star deluxe resort offers the most panoramic views of the famed Kovalam shoreline. Along with spoiling you with a host of impeccable dining and entertainment options, The Leela Kempinski Kovalam Beach, Kerala also has Divya, an authentic Ayurveda Wellness Spa. You could also choose to unwind in our splendid infinity pools that merge into the westerly horizon. And when living in God’s Own Country, can the living be anything less than divine in one of the best hotels in Kovalam? All our beach-view guestrooms have their own private sundecks. And the Sea View wing, which houses The Club, is perfectly positioned on a seaside cliff. Sounds divine, doesn’t it?