The Leela Palace New Delhi launches the Kamal wing exclusively for women
August 7, 2013: Exemplifying comfort, hospitality and security, The Leela Palace New Delhi has introduced measures to ensure a hassle-free and safe stay for single lady travellers.
Accorded with special attention throughout the duration of their visit, a lady traveller shall experience tailor made service, each designed with a view to ensure seamless safety, maximum comfort and maintain privacy.
The pampering begins from the first moment itself. The hotel’s representative will await you upon your arrival at the airport, who shall complete your registration enroute to the Palace in a BMW sedan. Not to miss out on the shawl to keep you warm in the winters and the enroute private dining food order service from the sedan so that you have your meal ready the moment you arrive.
During the course of the stay, the lady traveller will be attended by a female staff member. The exclusive single lady wing equipped with CCTV’s has restricted access through the elevator and in addition has dedicated lady butlers and housekeeping staff.
The exclusive wing has private access to the Spa by ESPA, directly leading to the female relaxation room with space for a personal yoga session. To help you unwind after a long day, the hotel offers a complimentary hour long ESPA treatment and a 30 minutes reflexology during the stay.
Much like the other rooms, the single lady guest room offers an array of luxury essentials, lifestyle magazines, choice of national or international newspapers, yoga mat and a private bar. These rooms feature expansive bathrooms, with state-of-the-art mirror televisions, mood lighting options and a bountiful assortment of bath amenities. Wall mounted speaker phones on the vanity counter and the bath tub make the accessibility to the Butler that much.
The luxurious experience continues with priority on table reservations at the Palace restaurants, appointments at the Spa, unpacking and packing services by the Butler and an option of incoming call screening through the operator.