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The Eden Resort & Spa wins Gold at NBEA 2015

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Browns Hotels & Resorts General Manager Eksath Wijeratne (extreme right) receiving the Award (Winner – Gold, in Hospitality and Tourism sector) from NBEA 2015 and Technical Panel Chairman Nandika Buddhipala in the presence of Certis Lanka (Pvt.) Ltd Group Chief Executive Director/CEO Vipul Hettige and Eden Resort & Spa Chief Accountant Nilusha Fernando (extreme left)


The Eden Resort & Spa emerged victorious at the National Business Excellence Awards (NBEA) 2015, by being adjudged the winner in the Hospitality and Tourism sector.

The recently concluded prestigious annual awards ceremony was held under the auspices of British High Commissioner to Sri Lanka and the Maldives James Dauris.

The Eden Resort & Spa won the Gold award in the Hospitality and Tourism sector which was one of the most coveted awards at the NBEA Awards ceremony. The company competed with many other corporates to emerge the best in this sector. 

Speaking about the victory, Browns Hotels & Resorts General Manager Eksath Wijeratne said, “We are truly delighted and deeply honoured by this win. This award is a testimony to our continued commitment to excellence. It is a recognition that provides further motivation and it endorses our position as one of the leading, world-class hotels in Sri Lanka.” 

The NBEA is an annual award competition conducted by the National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka (NCCSL) with a view to recognizing business enterprises, which have demonstrated excellence in business, whilst contributing to the economic progress of the country. Applications for the awards were strictly evaluated by a team of highly qualified professionals and the final selection was made by an expert panel of judges. Applications were evaluated on the basis of a seven-point criterion and applications were reviewed and evaluated in a three-stage process. 

Positioned on the pristine coastline of Beruwela, The Eden Resort & Spa is an ultimate beach paradise that provides its customers an out of this world experience to its customers unwinding in the southern coast of Sri Lanka. Eden operates under Browns Hotels and Resorts which boasts a rich history of over 20 years in the hospitality industry in Sri Lanka. 
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