Last Updated : 20-04-2014 22:27


 
 

An extended Avurudu holiday with JKH

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sizzling sweet meats, and traditional fun and games has passed, there is still cause for celebration, a reason to get away from home and the humdrum of daily life.
 Away from the busy traffic, where the air is crisp and fresh, awaits a holiday, forwhicj it is worth taking a few days off. 
John Keells Hotels offers an extended holiday, best experienced with family and friends. A guest could pay the single room rate on any basis for double occupancy, or pay the double room rate on any basis for triple occupancy. The holiday makers have a choice from Cinnamon Lodge Habarana, Chaaya Blu Trincomalee or Bentota Beach Hotel in Bentota.
The newly refurbished Cinnamon Lodge Habarana, celebrates space; spread across a vast land the resort is home to a canopy of over 1700 trees, an oasis located in the dry zone of Sri Lanka. ‘The Verandah’ a bistro type restaurant is the latest addition to the five star property nestled amidst the heart of the cultural triangle, moreover ‘The Lotus’, fine dining restaurant serves up sumptuous meals and decadent desserts providing guests with a choice in dining.
Chaaya Blu Trincomalee celebrates its first year anniversary on 15th May this year. This retro-chic resort located on the powder white beaches of the East Coast is the perfect beach getaway. Lost in the shaded blue ocean seek the largest mammal of the world that takes, this route in its migratory path. 
Bentota Beach Hotel is a landmark and a testament of sorts to the Southern Coast, refurbishment completed late last year. Easily accessed from the capital city, the resort offers an all rounded sun, sea and sand holiday experience.    
Escape the city and enjoy the extended vacation with John Keells Hotels.

 
 

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