From heritage hotels to boutique villas, to tented camps inside the buffer zone of national parks, and plantation estates – our superior accommodation features an exceptionally broad variety of styles. Each type of accommodation within this category has its own style and character, while being a superior standard.
As the name suggests, Amaara Forest Hotel is peacefully located in a jungle forest. This recently opened property comprises 40 cool, spacious rooms with balconies or patios. The hotel has three restaurants, a spa and an outdoor swimming pool overlooking the garden.
Fort Bazaar is a renovated seventeenth century townhouse superbly located in the heart of Galle Fort. Once occupied by spice, tea and gem traders, staying here gives guests the opportunity to soak up the Fort’s charming atmosphere. This boutique property comprises just eighteen rooms beautifully built around a traditional private courtyard, with a restaurant and bar, private cinema, library and spa.
An elegant, heritage tea planters’ bungalow set in a working 50-acre estate in Sri Lanka’s tea country, close to the hill town of Nuwara Eliya. This elegant property has just four spacious rooms featuring teak furniture, wooden floors and attached bathrooms. Take a stroll through the tea plantations during your stay or relax and enjoy high tea on the lawn.
A luxury colonial beach villa in Tangalle, overlooking the Indian Ocean. The property features just six rooms – four in the main house and two adjacent that would suit families – and an inviting infinity pool. Its cool and stylish interiors feature black and white décor with splashes of colour. Coco Tangalla can be taken exclusively for large groups.
Gal Oya Lodge is the only lodge near Gal Oya National Park, the country’s least-visited national park and the only place where you can safari by boat. Guests stay in freestanding individual, spacious bungalows with polished concrete floors, open-aired bathroom and private outside sitting areas. The rooms are non-air-conditioned but feature ceiling fans and mosquito nets. The lodge has a strong focus on wildlife and environmental research, has enthusiastic naturalists and staff and offers a range of activities from safari to bird walks. There is a swimming pool with an impressive mountain backdrop and delicious freshly prepared meals