“Luxury is in each detail” – Hubert de Givenchy
A visit to Leela Residences at Bhartiya City will show you just that, the finer things of living the life. Every minute detail is taken care of to ensure that you bask in the lap of luxury. And trust me when I say, it’s not a one time affair, every single day when you stay at one of their luxury apartments at Leela Residencies you’ll be pampered till the very end. Read more and you’ll understand what I mean.
A bunch of us bloggers were invited to experience the ‘City of Joy’ as it’s called. Located near Hebbal, this place might be far from the main city, but once you get there, you’ll realize that it’s a city in itself with all the amenities you can think of. The first thing that struck me was the plush greenery and fresh air, it’s almost like entering a resort and shutting yourself from the bustling city outside. Bhartiya City has preserved the heritage of Bangalore and lived up to its name of the ‘Garden City’.
The Leela Residencies, sprawling over 125- acres of pure luxury has it all. From a hospital, a school, a hotel(none other than the Leela Hotel), clubhouse, bar, gym, piazza, swimming pool, a private restaurant, creche and my favorite- an ice cream truck to name a few:) The Leela Residencies and Hotels is still under construction but the Niko Homes-Phase 1 has already been sold out in a span of just two weeks. The apartments are priced between Rs 1 crore to 7 crore. We got a chance to see a few of the studio apartments and bedroom residences as well, each with a unique feature that makes it a class apart.
The place is designed by experts from around the world, each apartment truly reflecting the grandeur and class of the worlds best condos. The elegantly done up Boffi kitchen, stand-alone bath tubs and the most breathtaking view of the Central Park.
I also indulged in a short reflexology session that was soothing to the senses and a lunch courtesy the Leela Group of Hotels.
Now you know what I mean by each and every detail, this place is pure indulgence. What I love most about the place is how they have combined elements of art, nature and architecture to create something simply out of this world.
Can’t wait to check out this place once it’s completely. Till then – Ciao! 🙂