Centara to open two hotels in Sri Lanka

Centara Hotels & Resorts is to open its first two properties in Sri Lanka during the second half of this year, with the properties named Centara Passikudah Resort & Spa Sri Lanka and Centara Ceysands Resort & Spa. Both resort hotels will be operated by Centara under a management contract and will be part of the company’s core brand of four-star properties.

Centara Passikudah Resort & Spa Sri Lanka is a 126-room property located next to the beach at Passikudah; while Centara Ceysands Resort & Spa, Sri Lanka, which has 166 units, is located on the Paradise Island peninsula at Bentota, flanked on one side by the Indian Ocean and the other by the Bentota River.

Centara Ceysands Resort & Spa has 166 units flanked by a river on one side and a beach on the other. Room types include superior, deluxe, deluxe pool access, family residences, and suites. Restaurants include an all-day dining outlet serving Sri Lankan, Asian and international cuisines and features live cooking stations while a seafood restaurant and the Ceylon Club will have an emphasis on the Ceylonese tea heritage. The hotel will also operate dinner cruises up and down the river each evening.

Centara Ceysands Resort & Spa will have a Spa Cenvaree with six treatment rooms designed for singles and couples, and a Kids’ Club.

Centara Passikudah Resort & Spa is located on a long sweeping portion of Passikudah Beach, whose shallow waters are ideal for windsurfing, kayaking and bathing. Room types include superior, deluxe and premium deluxe, family residence and suites. As well as the all-day restaurant and a bar lounge, the hotel will feature Spice Market Restaurant and Elements, with interactive cooking stations focusing on Asian, Indian and Middle-Eastern dishes.

The hotel will feature a Spa Cenvaree, a fitness center, and a Kids’ Club.

Meetings and events will form an integral portion of the market mix featuring Vandeloos Bay Ballroom which can welcome up to 150 guests at one time and complemented by audio visual equipment and professional event specialists.

Centara Passikudah Resort & Spa Sri Lanka

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