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The Leela Group has an extensive hygiene plan to welcome guests back to its hotels

The Leela Group has an extensive hygiene plan to welcome guests back to its hotels

Hotels across the country are working in top gear to get safer and cleaner than ever before, as they prepare to welcome guests as soon as it is safe to travel again. Among them is The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts. The group has partnered with leading certification company Bureau Veritas to revamp the hygiene protocol of all its hotels.

Suraksha

The hospitality industry has been struck largely with the impact of Covid-19 and to tide over these tough times The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts launches ‘Suraksha’, a comprehensive programme redefining hygiene and cleaning protocols, in partnership with Bureau Veritas (BV) –  testing, inspection and certification company. The programme is a holistic approach that aims at prioritising safety and well-being of its associates and the guests.

Suraksha

The Leela Group redefines hygiene and cleaning protocols with comprehensive programme ‘Suraksha’

During these unprecedented times, The Leela Group, has assured their guests that the current situation has brought a thoughtful change in the way to they approach their daily activities. The Leela Group has introduced ‘Suraksha’ – a comprehensive programme that redifines its hygiene and cleaning protocols to ensure a high degree of safety of its guests and employees.

The Leela Palaces, Hotels & Resorts Extends Help and Support to the Needy and COVID-19 Frontline Workers

The Leela Palaces, Hotels & Resorts Extends Help and Support to the Needy and COVID-19 Frontline Workers

The Leela hotels have collaborated with local authorities to provide ‘care packages’ consisting of daily need food provisions, personal hygiene products along with food packets. These have been provided to more than 200 underprivileged families.

The Leela is helping during the COVID-19 crisis

From care packages to accommodation, how The Leela is helping during the COVID-19 crisis

As the lockdown in India gets extended for a few more weeks, The Leela, like many leading hotel chains, is lending a helping hand to those who need it most. Keeping to their commitment to work for the betterment of society with a sense of hospitality, the luxury hotel chain has kicked off initiatives across cities to do their bit during the covid-19 crisis.

COVID-19 crisis: The Leela Palaces, Hotels & Resorts extends help and support to the needy and frontline workers

COVID-19 crisis: The Leela Palaces, Hotels & Resorts extends help and support to the needy and frontline workers

All the hotels under The Leela brand have come forward to extend a helping hand to the underprivileged sections of the society, who are adversely impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

Rajiv Kaul on Indian Hospitality

The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts has redefined luxury hospitality in India and has also become a force in the industry.  In a short span of three decades, it has grown into a network of nine properties across India, with plans to expand overseas, and gained acclaim for its unique identity among the world's leading hotels. Rajiv kaul, President of the group, recently spoken with Business World- Hotelier about emerging market realities, the evolving guest experience, and ways to ramp up for the future.

The Times of India - News on the launch of Le Cirque Signature at The Leela Mumbai

New York's Luxury Fine Dining Chain Plans More Outlets In The Country, Says Scion

Asia Spa March April 2014 - ESPA

Soaked in Rajasthan’s regal exuberance, the Leela Palace Udaipur and its grand ESPA spa are fit for a decadent escape from undane routine. Reminiscent of the royalty of bygone era, it is the country’s first luxury tented spa.

Viva Asia - A review of The Leela Palace Chennai and The Leela Palace Bangalore

There are two places you should consider when you go to South India for business or pleasure. They belong to the Leela Group - whose hotels, palaces and resorts are already the stuff of legend.

The newest in the chain is the Leela Palace in Chennai (the old Madras). It is the city’s first seafacing hotel, set in 2.5 hectares of lush gardens that give onto a lagoon and the Bay of Bengal.

Mint lounge - News on the launch of Le Cirque Signature at The Leela Mumbai

The Maccioni Restaurant Group's vice-president on the family business, celebrity chefs, and fine-dine establishments

Los Angeles Times - Coppola's Jungle set

It may seem far-fetched to go to India for romance, but Leela Palace is one of the dreamiest new hotels on the planet

Uppercrust - Review of Le Cirque Signature at The Leela Mumbai

How can the Maccioni couple, Mario and Maria, not say 'Cheese', and make a happy picture when they are realising their dream of opening yet another Cirque

MillionaireAsia Indonesia - A review of The Leela Palace Udaipur

Your arrival is a surprise. You are taken by car from Udaipur airport to a natty little jetty on the edge of Lake Pichola, complete with mughal canopy where you and your luggage are loaded aboard a small boat. You motor gracefully past the famous Lake Palace and on the far shore, the Maharana’s vast City Palace. Finally the boatman points out the Leela Palace (and it is literally a palace) – two buildings in the traditional Indo-Saracenic style. A gentlemen’s agreement sees the lack of any signage on any of the hotels so it could well be the home of a royal.

Hotelier India Awards 2013

Hotelier India Awards 2013

New York Daily News - News on the launch of Le Cirque Signature at The Leela Mumbai

Matteo Boglione, executive chef of Le Cirque Signature restaurant, prepares a dish inside the kitchen at The Leela Mumbai