Anantara to open first Sri Lanka hotel later this year

Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas will open its first property in Sri Lanka in late 2015, with the Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort.

Anantara to open first luxury Sri Lanka property later this year
Anantara to open first luxury Sri Lanka property later this year

The property will be located on a 42-acre coconut plantation on Sri Lanka’s south coast and can be accessed via a 30-minute sea plane journey from Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport.

A total of 120 rooms and 32 one- and two-bedroom villas will be on offer for incentive groups, with private plunge pools, separate living spaces and indoor dining rooms included across the resort’s premium accommodation.

Six restaurants and bars will offer local cuisine, from freshly caught fish to Middle Eastern and Asian specialties.

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