Mount Lavinia Hotel clinch Two Gold Awards at competition

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Mount Lavinia Hotel, Sri Lanka’s most celebrated colonial mansion with a history spanning over 200 years was the recent recipient of multiple awards from the prestigious national 2014 Competition.

The Mount Lavinia Hotel site ( was adjudged the ‘ 2014 Overall Gold Winner’ and also received the Gold award for the ‘Best Travel and Tourism Website’.

“We are honoured to be recognized once again by the Competition.” said Chinthaka Daluwatte - Director Sales and Marketing, commenting on this achievement. “Mount Lavinia Hotel continues to win awards because of our commitment towards embracing overall customer experience, which goes beyond website design. The website provides the perfect window fronting our digital marketing and social media engagement services. Our social customer care is a hallmark of the online reputation we continue to build upon.”  

“Winning the Overall Best Website at the 2014 competition affirms Mount Lavinia Hotel as one of the leading hospitality partners in the country.” he added.

This year’s Awards contributed to the Hotel’s continued winning spree in the Competition. Previously, Mount Lavinia Hotel secured Gold for Overall Best Web in 2012 and also Gold for Best Corporate Website. In 2010 the Hotel received the Gold award for Best Web and the Best Tourism Website of the Year.

Conducted by LK Domain Registry, an independent non-profit organization helping to promote unique Sri Lankan identity online, the competition is now an annual calendar event to choose the finest Sri Lanka websites.

Judging the competition was an imminent Panel, comprising experts with broad web proficiency capable of discerning innovative and extraordinary creative brilliance in website design. Criteria including aspects of design, technology, content and quality of interaction were evaluated.

Website traffic and public voting for their favourite websites attracted interest in this novel Competition as the online community too participated. positively provides a unique platform and rewards individuals and organisations responsible for developing some of the most effective and best websites in Sri Lanka.

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