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Ceylon Tea Trails - Relais & Chateaux
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6 reviews
A sprawling tea estate in Hill Country dotted with luxurious tea-planter bungalows, decorated in colonial style — The Telegraph
Colombo Court Hotel & Spa
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5 reviews
Industrial-chic boutique with a serene plunge pool and a sleek rooftop bar overlooking Colombo's skyline — Jetsetter
Amanwella
8
5 reviews
A dense tangle of palm trees tower over an 800-metre stretch of sugary sand at Awanwella hotel, a seafront boutique in Sri Lanka near the town of Tangalle. — Mr & Mrs Smith
Cape Weligama
8
5 reviews
In an undeniably romantic setting with uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean, Cape Weligama offers secluded residences with subtle interiors and sizeable beds. — The Telegraph
Uga Ulagalla
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4 reviews
A 54-acre jungle retreat powered by solar panels and dotted with airy pavilions with plunge pools. Recommended by Ellison Poe, one of T L's 2010 A-List travel agent. — Travel + Leisure
Aditya
8
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
Amangalla
8
6 reviews
Expect period furnishings like four-poster beds sharing space with modern details like sculptural freestanding bathtubs – along with a peaceful outdoor pool and charming courtyard. — Mr & Mrs Smith
The Fortress Resort & Spa
8
6 reviews
This hotel makes the most of its elongated oceanfront with most rooms and a sweeping fibre-optic-lit pool running parallel to a sandy sliver of wave-washed beach. — The Telegraph
Taru Villas - Lake Lodge
8
3 reviews
It's a tranquil city retreat for quiet, low-key holiday-makers -- wild partiers steer clear. — Oyster
Paradise Road Tintagel Colombo
8
5 reviews
Grand, modern and distinctively Sri Lankan, Paradise Road Tintagel Colombo hotel is a 10-room sanctuary in one of the capital city's most elite neighbourhoods. — Mr & Mrs Smith
Saman Villas
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3 reviews
Saman Villas is arguably the most romantic and luxurious resort in southwestern Sri Lanka. — Oyster
The Villa Bentota by KK Collection
8
5 reviews
Seaside chic dates to the 19th century at Paradise Road The Villa Bentota hotel on Sri Lanka's southwestern coast — Mr & Mrs Smith
Kahanda Kanda
8
5 reviews
Nine freestanding pavilions blend into the lush jungle at this former private home set on a 12-acre working tea estate five miles inland from Galle Fort. — Condé Nast Traveler
Fort Bazaar
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3 reviews
One of Galle's most evocative hotels, with 18 gorgeous, commodious rooms and suites, each with espresso machines and wonderful bathrooms, and finished in natural tones. — Lonely Planet
Taj Samudra, Colombo
8
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
The Wallawwa
8
4 reviews
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
The Havelock Place Bungalow
8
2 reviews
Modern luxury is matched with antiques that feel authentic to the period. — Lonely Planet
Galle Face Hotel
8
4 reviews
This 19th-century hotel sits on the edge of the Galle Face Green, the city's biggest seaside promenade — The Telegraph
The Dutch House
8
2 reviews
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
Jetwing Kaduruketha
8
2 reviews
In a rural location 2km north of Wellawaya, this fine new hotel has well-appointed, smart and modern rooms that overlook rice fields and across towards the bulk of the central highlands — Lonely Planet
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