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Tea may not sound synonymous with travel but Tea Trails, a collection of former planters’ bungalows set among Sri Lanka’s lush estates infuses the classic brew with an unexpected new experience. — Condé Nast Traveler
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The 32-room upscale Colombo Courtyard is a stylish, carbon-neutral boutique hotel on a bustling street in Sri Lanka’s capita with an attractive outdoor pool and on-site spa. — Oyster
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5 reviews
Contemporary beach resort in a mature coconut grove overlooking a crescent of golden sand, about two hours’ drive east of Galle. — Hideaway Report
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Spread out over a soaring garden-topped headland – turquoise bays and cliff-backed beaches below, swaying coconut palms dotted throughout – it’s primed for adventure. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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Monkeys, peacocks and elephants at Ulagalla Resort: this handsome hotel lures guests of all shapes and sizes with its ponds and peaceful grounds, dignified Dutch architecture and obliging staff. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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4 reviews
12 huge suites with polished concrete floors, imported Indo-Asian antique furniture, private plunge pools, top-shelf snacks and drinks, ocean or garden views, and outdoor lounge space. — Oyster
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6 reviews
Amangalla breathes luxurious new life into the former New Oriental Hotel, a seventeenth-century colonial gem inside Galle Fort, the UNESCO World Heritage Site on Sri Lanka’s southern coast. — Condé Nast Traveler
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6 reviews
Revel in infinity pools, 53 chic urban-style rooms with whirlpool baths and rain showers, superb dining and more. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
This hotel gets everything just right...Service is excellent and the hotel is well managed. You can easily walk to much of what’s interesting in Colombo. — Lonely Planet
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5 reviews
The Court Yard restaurant has a lovely garden where guests can take breakfast, and its spacious balcony is a choice spot for a romantic dinner. — Condé Nast Traveler
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3 reviews
We would love to tell you just how incredible this place is, but the simple truth is that there are no words to describe the sheer opulence of this hotel complex. — Lonely Planet
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Kahanda Kanda in Galle is an eight-room residence on a lush green tea plantation, popular with peacocks, parakeets, mongoose and monkeys — Mr & Mrs Smith
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Founded by the Portuguese in the 16th-century, the sturdy ramparts and enchanting, colonial-era streets of the Unesco World Heritage-listed Galle Fort, is a Sri Lankan must-see. — The Telegraph
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5 reviews
Part of the well-regarded Indian chain, this vast edifice has elegant public areas and a lovely 11-acre garden, as well as myriad restaurants and bars, including a 24-hour cafe. — Lonely Planet
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5 reviews
This chic and designery boutique hotel feels lifted from the pages of Architectural Digest magazine – in fact the company owns several interior design shops in Colombo — Lonely Planet
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The short jaunt to the airport may be handy, but The Wallawwa boutique hotel near Colombo is so much more than a pre- or post-flight crash pad. — Afar Magazine
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Modern luxury is matched with antiques that feel authentic to the period. — Lonely Planet
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This 19th-century hotel sits on the edge of the Galle Face Green, the city's biggest seaside promenade — The Telegraph
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After a game of croquet on the lawn and a swim in the dreamy pool, retire to one of only four rooms high in the hills above Galle to write a novel or sketch a masterpiece. — Lonely Planet
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This forest eco-lodge sits amid a 50-acre rural estate close to the crossroads town of Wellawaya, just south of the Hill Country — The Telegraph
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