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Boutique Hotels

From the mist covered mountains of the Hill Country to secluded coastal sanctuaries, these boutique hotels in Sri Lanka are not only located in enchanting getaways, but each have an individual sense of luxurious style in keeping with their locale.

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  • Tintagel, Colombo

    Tintagel Colombo

    A former colonial residence, Tintagel Colombo is situated in the heart of the city’s most elite neighbourhood and features boutique-style suites with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Offering massages by appointment, a pool, steam room and fitness room, the hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Odel shopping mall and a 45-minute drive from the Bandaranaike International Airport.

  • The Park Street Hotel, Colombo

    Uga Residence Colombo

    Once a 250 year old Colonial bungalow, the Park Street Hotel is ideally located in the heart of Colombo. One of the few remaining bungalows of its kind in the city, this 12 room boutique hotel is approximately 30 km from the Bandaranayake International Airport and makes an ideal base for both business and leisure. A gym, lap pool, conference room, Wi-Fi and dining are available onsite.

  • The Wallawwa, Katunayake

    The Wallawwa

    The Wallawwa is a restored colonial manor house sitting on 3 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens. It is only 15 minutes' drive from Bandaranaike International Airport and within easy reach of the beaches of Negombo. This peaceful retreat features an outdoor pool, a pampering spa and yoga pavilions, while the air-conditioned rooms come with a Balinese four-poster bed and a flat-screen TV.

  • Jetwing Vil Uyana, Sigiriya

    Jetwing Vil Uyana

    Jetwing Vil Uyana is situated among reed beds and paddy fields and over the first man-made lake since the era of Parakramabahu I. Situated in the shadow of the historic rock fortress of Sigiriya, is what Harper’s Bazaar calls the Best Eco Luxury Hotel in Sri Lanka. In keeping with its eco-friendly philosophy accommodation includes Water, Paddy / Marsh, Forest or Garden dwellings.

  • Ulagalla, Anuradhapura


    Sitting on 58 acres of tropical vegetation, Ulagalla Resort is set amidst paddy fields and orchards and offers villas with plunge pools and free Wi-Fi. The resort also has a spa that features massages and Ayurveda treatments, freshwater pool, unique dining options and activities like horseback riding and archery.

  • Jungle Beach, Uga Escapes, Trincomalee

    Jungle Beach By Uga Escapes

    Head out to Trincomalee and experience luxury, nature and the east coast at its best while holidaying at Jungle Beach. Adjoining the Indian Ocean, the resort features guestrooms that are adorned with warm colours and modern conveniences as well as a myriad of facilities including a restaurant serving the best in seafood and fusion dishes, a fitness centre, bars and wellness treatments.

  • Kandy House, Kandy

    Kandy House

    The award-winning Kandy House is a unique ancestral manor house providing seclusion and serenity in a lush, tropical garden setting close to Kandy. With only 9 bedrooms, guests can have an experience of staying in a private house, while one can also enjoy a stunning infinity pool overlooking rice paddy fields as well as delicious European fusion and Sri Lankan cuisine.

  • The Theva Residency, Kandy

    The Theva Residency

    Nestled within lush greeneries, The Theva Residency features a rooftop outdoor swimming pool and offers luxurious rooms with modern décor. Within 2.5 km from Kandy City and Kandy Railway Station and within easy reach of the Temple of the Tooth, The Theva Residency comes with free Wi-Fi access in its public areas, complimentary parking and concierge services.

  • Langdale by Amaya, Nuwara Eliya

    Langdale by Amaya

    Set amidst the stunning mountainous splendour of Nuwara Eliya, Langdale by Amaya offers an idyllic retreat in the hills where you can enjoy everything from trail hiking in tea estates to sightseeing expeditions around town. Langdale features luxurious rooms that blend colonial and traditional aesthetics as well as a spa and dining options.

  • Norwood Bungalow, Hatton

    Norwood Bungalow

    The bungalow at Norwood commands a fine view of the eastern end of the Bogawantalawa valley and rests in the shelter of one of the finest bamboo stands to be found anywhere. The suites are oversized with imposing colonial style furniture, some with four-poster beds and very elegant bathrooms. A spacious lounge and well-stocked library lead out to a croquet lawn, a large pool and sun deck.

  • The Fortress, Galle

    The Fortress

    The Fortress is located along the beach, on the southern coast of Sri Lanka and is a 15-minute drive from Unawatuna and a 20-minute drive from Galle. Featuring spacious accommodation options that have private balconies and modern comforts, the hotel also has an outdoor pool, Ayurvedic lounge, sauna and two restaurants. Wi-Fi and on-site parking are offered free of charge.

  • Serene Pavilions, Wadduwa

    Serene Pavilions

    Nestled along the sleepy west coast of Sri Lanka, Serene Pavilions offers a secluded getaway where one can enjoy space, privacy, tranquillity and luxury. Apart from Ocean or Garden Pavilions with private plunge pools and Wi-Fi access, the hotel also has a spa, swimming pool, restaurant, bar and private butlers to unobtrusively cater to your every whim and fancy.

  • Amanwella, Tangalle


    Amanwella, meaning "Peaceful Beach", offers a private beach and luxurious villas with private pools in Tangalle. The main infinity pool is set against the backdrop of the beautiful Indian Ocean, while the spa which is located amidst coconut trees features a relaxing menu of body massage and other beauty treatments. There is a library here and free Wi-Fi is available in public areas.

  • The Last House

    One of the best beach hotels in Sri Lanka.It’s beach and chic at this property. As Geoffrey Bawa’s final example of his infamous brand of architecture throughout Sri Lanka, this six-bedroomed seaside escape enjoys space, ventilation and barefoot luxury in a private location.