Accommodation

Sri Lanka Hotels that welcome Sri Lanka holiday makers and business travelers range from Luxury hotels of International standing to Budget Guesthouses. In between are the middle range hotels categorized in international star classification. Over and above the conventional Sri Lanka Hotels are lined up another array of accommodation options: up market boutique hotels; tea plantation bungalows in the Highlands of Sri Lanka; Eco Lodges, Ayurveda retreats, private villas and Safari camps.

Sri Lanka Hotels is categorized as follows.

By city

all main cities, all tourist destinations and transportation hubs

By International Star grading

5 star hotels, 4 star hotels, 3 star hotels, 2 star hotels and 1 star hotels

By type

Apartments, Beach Selection, Beach Villas, Boutique Hotels, Budget Hotels, Business Hotels, Cabanas, Camps, Eco retreats, Family Hotels, Galle Fort Villas, Golf Villas, Green Hotels, Guest Houses, Holiday Bungalows, Home stay properties, Inland and Lake Villas, Luxury Hotels, Mid Range Hotels, Rest Houses, Spa and Ayurveda, Tea Bungalows, Wildlife Hotels, and Yoga Retreats.

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    5 star Hotels

    Among the 5 star hotels are Hilton Colombo, Galadari Hotel, Cinnamon Lakeside, Cinnamon Grand, Taj Samudra and Ceylon Continental located in Colombo and Viventa by Taj in Bentota, Mahaweli Reach in Kandy.

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    5 star Hotels

    Among the 5 star hotels are Hilton Colombo, Galadari Hotel, Cinnamon Lakeside, Cinnamon Grand, Taj Samudra and Ceylon Continental located in Colombo and Viventa by Taj in Bentota, Mahaweli Reach in Kandy.

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    Eco Hotels and Eco Lodges

    Sri Lanka Hotels, following long years of slumber, has now woken up to the immense eco-tourism potential of Sri Lanka, in the process, resulting in a host of eco-oriented and eco-friendly hotels, lodges and villas. Among the numerous Eco Lodges and hotels following stand head and shoulders above the others: Boulder Garden near Sinharaja Rain Forest; Rainforest Edge at…

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    Eco Hotels and Eco Lodges

    Sri Lanka Hotels, following long years of slumber, has now woken up to the immense eco-tourism potential of Sri Lanka, in the process, resulting in a host of eco-oriented and eco-friendly hotels, lodges and villas. Among the numerous Eco Lodges and hotels following stand head and shoulders above the others: Boulder Garden near Sinharaja Rain Forest; Rainforest Edge at Sinharaja Rain Forest; Ella Adventure Park at Ella, Hunas Falls Hotel near Kandy; Tree Tops Jungle Lodge and KumbukRiver near Buttala; Ranweli Holiday Village, Waikkal and Jetwing Vil Uyana at Sigiriya.

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    Geoffrey Bawa Hotels

    While Sri Lanka has a number of modern hotels built in superior architectural concepts, those designed by Sri Lanka’s foremost architect Geoffrey Bawa are especially noteworthy: Bentota Beach hotel at Bentota; Blue Water at Kalutara; Club Villa at Bentota, Heritance Ahungalla at Ahungalla, Heritance Kandalama at Dambulla, Jetwing Beach at Negombo, Jetwing Lighthouse at Galle, Kani Lanka at Kalutara,…

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    Geoffrey Bawa Hotels

    While Sri Lanka has a number of modern hotels built in superior architectural concepts, those designed by Sri Lanka’s foremost architect Geoffrey Bawa are especially noteworthy: Bentota Beach hotel at Bentota; Blue Water at Kalutara; Club Villa at Bentota, Heritance Ahungalla at Ahungalla, Heritance Kandalama at Dambulla, Jetwing Beach at Negombo, Jetwing Lighthouse at Galle, Kani Lanka at Kalutara, Lunuganga at Bentota, Neptune at Beruwala, Serendib at Bentota and Villa Mohotti at Bentota.

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    Sri Lanka Boutique Hotels

    Most of Sri Lanka Boutique Hotels and villas are set in renovated and refurbished colonial bungalows. These are found in the Central Highlands as well as in the south-western coastal belt of Sri Lanka. In the hill country, among the high end luxury villas are those branded Tea Trails bungalows. In the south-western coastal belt the pride of place…

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    Sri Lanka Boutique Hotels

    Most of Sri Lanka Boutique Hotels and villas are set in renovated and refurbished colonial bungalows. These are found in the Central Highlands as well as in the south-western coastal belt of Sri Lanka. In the hill country, among the high end luxury villas are those branded Tea Trails bungalows. In the south-western coastal belt the pride of place is taken by the Amangalle Hotel located within the Galle Dutch Fort at Galle.

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    Sri Lanka Hotels: cuisine

    Sri Lanka being a tropical island whose economy is driven mainly by the agriculture, the range of cuisine offered in Sri Lanka Hotels consists of locally produced vegetables (local vegetables in the lowlands and European vegetables in the Central Highlands) and finest spices of the orient. Added to that is the excellent sea food. Still more are the wide…

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    Sri Lanka Hotels: cuisine

    Sri Lanka being a tropical island whose economy is driven mainly by the agriculture, the range of cuisine offered in Sri Lanka Hotels consists of locally produced vegetables (local vegetables in the lowlands and European vegetables in the Central Highlands) and finest spices of the orient. Added to that is the excellent sea food. Still more are the wide variety of tropical fruits and the finest tea in the world, Ceylon Tea produced in Sri Lanka. Most of the Sri Lanka Hotels offer international cuisine, i.e. Continental, Chinese, Indian etc. as well as traditional spicy hot Sinhalese cuisine.

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    Sri Lanka Hotels: Room Rates

    During the main tourist season of November to March the room rates of all Sri Lanka Hotels rise between 25 and 50 percent. In addition, rise of room rates take places wherever a popular procession or a festival is held in any of the tourist attractions: Kandy Esala Perehera Procession (August) in Kandy and Sinhalese New Year (April) in…

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    Sri Lanka Hotels: Room Rates

    During the main tourist season of November to March the room rates of all Sri Lanka Hotels rise between 25 and 50 percent. In addition, rise of room rates take places wherever a popular procession or a festival is held in any of the tourist attractions: Kandy Esala Perehera Procession (August) in Kandy and Sinhalese New Year (April) in Nuwara Eliya are the main events.