The serene pavilions in Wadduwa is the first luxury hotel, located 45 minutes from Sri Lanka capital Columbo, which reopened after the end of the political conflict on the West Coast in Wadduwa, enriched the new hotel serene pavilions with extremely high standards, privacy and exceptional service the luxury hotel of the country. The boutique hotel was on October 31, 2009 by Tourism Minister Hon. Nandara Gunatilake officially opened, making it the first luxury hotel, which comes after the end of the political conflict in May 2009 newly on the market. The $ 5.5 million project, built in the sri Lankan and Balinese style, is in the midst of a three-hectare coconut palm grove. A total of twelve pavilions, which all bear a name from ancient Indian Sanskrit, offer guests plenty of space, light and quiet. A 24 hour Butler service ensures the ultimate recovery. Morning, noon and night the visitors at the pavilions can Asian and international cuisine restaurant with views of the Indian Ocean.
In addition to There are gardens with fish ponds, a large central swimming pool with four integrated whirlpools, a tennis court, a fitness – and wellness area the Dhaarana reading room, offers a large selection of books, CDs, DVDs and board games. The serene pavilions was jointly created by the famous sri Lankan hoteliers Anura Lokuhetty and the British entrepreneur Clive Leach. “” A night in a Garden Pavilion “a night in an Ocean Pavilion is bookable starting from 270 euro per Pavilion,” starting from 340 euro. More details about the new hotel can be found, General information about Sri Lanka under under. Images and press releases to Sri Lanka under. Information for consumers: Sri Lanka tourism promotion Bureau phone: 089 / 23 66 21 838 email: