Leading hospitality group Aitken Spence on Monday provided a preview of its newest property in Sri Lanka’s Western coastal town, Negombo to the country’s travel sector. The 139-room luxury property, Heritance Negombo, was built where the Browns Beach hotel was previously located at. The Browns Beach Hotel was started in 1970, and Aitken Spence Chairman Harry Jayawardene had earlier said that renovating or upgrading the hotel to match future tourism trends would not be cost-effective. Therefore, the old hotel was demolished, and the new resort construction was started with an initial capital injection of Rs.2.1 billion through a rights issue in 2010. The property is scheduled to open for business on April 02. PIC BY NISAL BADUGE
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