Top 10 Boutique Hotels In Sri Lanka

Top 10 Boutique Hotels In Sri Lanka
From Portuguese to Dutch to British colonizations, Sri Lanka has a turbulent and colourful history that has left cultural and architectural traces. Religion and ethnicity is just as varied and the combination of these ingredients creates a cultural concoction not easily forgotten. Its tea plantations, rice paddies, cloud forests and beaches provide a beautiful and ever-changing backdrop; views which visitors can enjoy from our top ten hotels in Sri Lanka.

Vil Uyana

The Villa Bentota

Ceylon Tea Trails

Kulu Safaris Sri Lanka

Kulu Safaris bring quality to camping by providing a tent fitted with a queen sized bed and lounge. The safari guides are knowledgeable about the jungle and its inhabitants and are proficient in guiding tourists to spots rich with elephants, leopards, bears and exotic birds. This safari experience is highly recommended for its cuisine, as the chefs cook up dishes full of Sri Lankan flavors. Basic but homely, the overall experience provides guests with an exceptional insight into Sri Lankan nature at its most primitive level, with an emphasis on education and conservation of the surrounding jungle.

Galle Fort Hotel

Kahanda Kanda

Deco On 44

Casa Colombo

Amangalla

Focusing purely on Sri Lankan design traditions, Amangalla succeeds in preserving a sense of history with its antique furniture, intricate woodcarvings and old prints. Each piece of heirloom furniture has been handpicked with consideration given to its placement within the hotel and its historical context. The exterior of the building is as authentically fascinating as the inside due to its Dutch colonial architecture. Only a tuk-tuk ride away from the historic town of Galle and the Galle Fort, Amangalla perfectly captures the cultural essence of this area. The hotel is often visited for its cream teas which can be enjoyed from the terrace.

Maya