The ultimate in luxury, our Deluxe range of accommodation are in themselves destinations of Sri Lanka. From private plunge pools to personal butlers, they offer unmatched service often in remarkable locations. Again, there is a range of styles within this category from wildlife lodges to resorts and tea estates.

Tea Trails Dickoya

Dickoya Bed tea, high tea and stunning plantation views are part of the daily routine at Tea Trails. Located in the picturesque Sri Lankan tea country, these luxury planters’ bungalows are superbly restored and maintained. An ideal place to relax with swimming pools and lawn tennis, there’s exceptional Sri Lankan and western cuisine and outstanding service. Activities include guided plantation walks, tea factory visits and simply indulging.

Chena Huts Yala

Located along Sri Lanka’s south coast close to Yala National Park, Chena Huts is nestled among dunes and trees at the ocean’s edge. This small, exclusive property is fringed on one landward side by tropical jungle and on the other by a saline lake where ibises, painted storks and even flamingos may be seen wading in the shallows. Chena Huts has just 14 secluded pavilions each with private plunge pool. There’s a spa, main pool and restaurant.

Kandy House Kandy

This boutique hotel is an ancestral manor house dating back to 1804 that has been elegantly restored into a nine-room property. Each room, named after one of Sri Lanka’s many species of tropical butterflies, has antique furniture, modern amenities and touches of colour and contemporary textiles. Kandy House boasts an infinity pool set among verdant gardens overlooking rice paddies and an in-house massage therapist.

Jungle Beach near Trincomalee

At Jungle Beach, private deluxe chalets are nestled in the lush jungle-like natural environment and the beach is at your doorstep. Freestanding chalets are spacious, with private verandahs, large bathrooms and outdoor showers. This large resort has an inviting swimming pool, main restaurant and bar, private beach with loungers, beach restaurant and bar, and an onsite spa and gym.

Ulagalla Thirappane

This luxury property is set on 58-acres of lush greenery. At the centre of the resort is a 150-year old mansion now converted to a restaurant and bar, and the impressive main swimming pool that’s said to be the largest in Sri Lanka. Stay in one of the 20 private eco villas that are spread across the property. Some villas feature private plunge pools. Villas are spacious, light-filled and nestled beautifully amongst the trees. You can watch the monkeys playing in the trees from your bathroom windows.

Maniumpathy Colombo

A boutique heritage hotel in central Colombo. This stately house, more than 100 years old, has been elegantly converted into a hotel with just eight rooms. The rooms feature antique furniture and modern amenities. There’s a small courtyard pool and tropical garden. Common areas include a lounge with plush leather couches, outdoor dining on the verandah and an impressive dining room ideal for celebrations with its chandelier and grand table.