HOT HOTELS: Sri Lanka's best luxury hotels

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HOT HOTELS: Sri Lanka’s luxury hotels with natural surroundings

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With Sri Lanka ranked as one of the top countries for travel in 2019 consider staying at these beautiful 5-star Resplendent Ceylon properties.

A haven for the endlessly passionate and curious adventurer and discerning traveller, Resplendent Ceylon creates authentic cultural experiences while contributing towards local communities and the environment, with each of their unique five-star properties offering a variety of experiences linked to Sri Lanka’s history, culture and natural surroundings.

Retaining an ethos of ethical practice and sustainability, each property is personalised by its natural setting and suitable for families or for a romantic experience.

Ceylon Tea Trails

The world’s first tea bungalow resort, award-winning Ceylon Tea Trails is an icon for small luxury resorts comprising five restored bungalows offering breathtaking panoramas of mountains and luscious tea fields. Each bungalow is unique and exudes its own exquisite ambience, the hallmark of the award-winning ‘all-inclusive’ Tea Trails experience.

Wild Coast Tented Lodges

Wild Coast Tented Lodge is Resplendent Ceylon’s latest property, a spectacular luxury tented camp renowned for its dense leopard population where jungle meets a rugged empty beach. Unique in design, masterminded by a consortium of Dutch, English and Sri Lankan designers, and inspired by the shape and colour of the environment, the use of natural materials sees each structure blend seamlessly into the surrounding landscape offering guests state-of-the-art amenities and authentic Sri Lankan experiences.

Cape Weligama

Located on Sri Lanka’s soaring southern cliffs, Cape Weligama has become the most celebrated among Sri Lankan Beach resorts. Inhabiting 12 manicured acres atop a promontory rising 40 metres with seamless views of the Indian Ocean, the 39 private retreats are designed by one of Asia’s most celebrated architects, Lek Bunnag. A crescent-shaped infinity pool appearing to flow seamlessly into the shimmering sea surrounds an array of international dining venues, each of which captures Weligama’s iconic sunset.

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