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The Leela Goa Exclusive Monsoon Offer on LuxoIndia

June 15, 2012 - For all the globetrotters who have planned their summer vacations in India, LuxoIndia has brought attractive monsoon deal for The Leela Goa, one of the most celebrated luxury hotels in Goa. Starting from just USD 155 per night onwards, this monsoon offer is certainly the best deal to opt for in this scorching summer season.

The state of Goa is an all season destination in India where people from around the globe come to relax and unwind amid the tranquility of the palm groves and the wavy Arabian Ocean. In this little emerald, five star hotels and resorts are the brand ambassadors that offer ultimate holiday experience to the global nomads. The Leela Goa is one such name that has created an alcove of luxury hospitality in the terrain of the state.

On a booking of at least two nights, the guests can avail this special monsoon deal for the Leela Goa. This special monsoon offer announced by LuxoIndia is valid till 30th September, 2012. Owing to the unrivaled popularity and hospitality services of this luxury Goa hotel, global travelers are making their booking with special offer prices so that excellent out of the best can be enjoyed.

Offering some cool deals in this scorching summer season, LuxoIndia makes the global travels enjoy a luxury holiday in Goa in one of its most celebrated resorts, The Leela Goa. The complimentary services offered with this splendid monsoon deal come in a surprised platter each of which define a luxury statement.

The further details about this monsoon special deal of The Leela Goa can be found from the website of LuxoIndia, an exclusive portal offering peerless deals and details about luxury holiday in India. This monsoon, enjoy the romance, luxury, tranquilly and night life of Goa with the big bang deals and holiday packages in India offered by LuxoIndia. For more information about monsoon offer log on: http://www.luxoindia.com/hotel/the-leela-goa-india-luxe2393

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LuxoIndia is a selection of unique luxury experiences and welcoming hotels in India with focus on the finer aspects of traveling, LuxoIndia bundles cultural interaction into the unique guest experiences, bringing to you exclusive experiences that range from pre-packaged, off-the-beaten-track tours with local guides, to customized outings and luxury rail tours.

As a part of Indian Holiday Pvt. Ltd., recognized by Ministry of Tourism, Government of India associated with travel bodies IATO, PATA, ASTA and IMTA and with 21 years of domain experience, LuxoIndia leverages 22 years of domain expertise in travel and tours in India and is focused exclusively on offering luxury tours in India

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