Kotahena Accommodations

Accommodations in Kotahena

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3br Home/Apartment
CALM Discover the tranquil serendipity of a luxurious residency within the urban periphery of Sri Lankas commercial hub, Colombo. Dawson Residency is a private, deluxe apartment designed with comfort and convenience in mind. This cosy home is nestled within the highly residential surrounding of the quiet part of the city centre and promises you an exclusive living experience with safety, rejuvenation and ease. CENTRAL Situated conveniently between Duplication Road and Havelock Road, Dawson Residency is surrounded by all facilities including high-end shopping, best super markets, banks, hospitals and around-the-clock transport.
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Nice
64 reviews
30br 2-star Hotel
  • Wifi
Situated in Colombo, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Elphinstone Theatre, R. Premadasa Stadium, and Dewatagaha Mosque. Viharamahadevi Park and Colombo Town Hall are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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Poor
57 reviews
51br 2-star Hotel
  • Wifi
Situated in the business district, this hotel is steps from Dutch Hospital Shopping Precinct, Colombo World Trade Center, and Bank of Ceylon Tower. Bally's Casino and Khan Clock Tower are also within 15 minutes.
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8br Hotel
    Situated in Colombo, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Grand Mosque of Colombo, Wolvendaal Church, and Kayman’s Gate Belltower. New Kathiresan Kovil and Jami Ul-Alfar Mosque are also within 10 minutes.
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    Poor
    2438 reviews
    332br 5-star Hotel
    • Airport Shuttle
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    This family-friendly Colombo hotel is located by the ocean, within a 10-minute walk of Dutch Hospital Shopping Precinct, Colombo World Trade Center, and Bank of Ceylon Tower. Pettah Market and Dutch Period Museum are also within 15 minutes.
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    Excellent
    223 reviews
    229br 5-star Hotel
    • Airport Shuttle
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    This family-friendly Colombo hotel is located by the ocean, just steps from Bank of Ceylon Tower and Colombo World Trade Center. Dutch Hospital Shopping Precinct and Sambodhi Chaitiya are also within 10 minutes.
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    Nice
    31 reviews
    5br Hotel
    • Airport Shuttle
    Situated in Colombo, this hostal is within a 10-minute walk of Colombo World Trade Center, Dutch Hospital Shopping Precinct, and Bally's Casino. Bank of Ceylon Tower and Khan Clock Tower are also within 15 minutes.
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    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Smoking Allowed
    The SpaceThe colonial house was the home and dance school of a famous Sri Lankan classical Bharathya Nattyam and Kandyan dancer in the (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)s, Ranjana Thangarajah and her Mathematician husband Saravanamuthu Thangarajah The house is airy, spacious and relaxing. The beautiful original Burma Teak features now sit side-by-side with modern art-deco and traditional fabrics. College House, surrounded by a beautiful tropical garden and high walls, is an oasis in the busy city. Water Lily Room The double room has a large, four-poster bed with a draped mosquito net. Situated on the ground floor, the room has a wooded-shuttered window that looks onto the back garden and brings a welcome breeze. We named this room after the Water Lily, the national symbol of Sri Lanka. The flower has a deep connection with Buddha and is a symbol of truth, purity and discipline. Every morning the waterlily in our garden pond opens at sunrise and reminds us of these qualities. We are very lucky to be living with such an auspicious flower. Other Rooms Available If this room is booked on the night you require or you would like to see what other rooms are available at The College House, click on Plumbago, Water Lily and Moringa link for the other rooms we host. The other rooms have different prices. Check-in We do not have any strict rules about check in time and we can be flexible to your needs. If you have an early/late time of arrival please get in touch beforehand and we can make arrangements to accommodate you. Linen & cleaning We provide fresh linen and towels to all guests. We clean the bathrooms twice a day everyday and we change linen and towels every 3 days too for long term guests. Laundry We can provide a laundry service at a nominal charge. Internet The House is maintained in its original form. We welcome Travellers to experience what the real Colombo is all about. Excellent wifi is available throughout the house Guest AccessBedroom, bathrooms, the verandah, living rooms (downstairs & upstairs), dining room, kitchen, the garden and balcony. Interaction with GuestsWe can arrange airport pickups and provide maps and local recommendations. Airport pickups with a name-card costs Rs 4000 by Hussain our driver. A drop is Rs 3000. Package sightseeing Tours can also be arranged with Hussain and Trips to Galle and Kandy. By BUS This is the cheapest way to get into Colombo. The air-conditioned public bus (number 187-E3), is operated by Sri Lankan Transport Board (SLTB), to Colombo central bus station from the airport. Come out of the airport, turn left and walk all the way to the end of the building (ignore all the taxi drivers), cross the road and you will see a big bus in the car park. You will not find any signs, so do ask official airport personnel if in doubt. The cost is LKR 110 (as of May 2016) and it takes about 30 minutes as it takes the expressway to Colombo. The buses do have luggage storage space at the rear but be warned that someone pretending to be associated with the bus company may help you load your luggage. If this happens, they would expect you to tip them or the conductor will tell you that there is a LKR 100 charge for the luggage, even though there isn't one for it. It is a scam and do not fall for it! There are smaller overhead compartments in the bus, and in most cases, you can take an extra seat to keep your baggage as the buses leave to a schedule, regardless of the number of people in the bus. The last SLTB-operated bus from Colombo is 7.30 pm, and last bus from the airport leaves at about 8pm. Note that the schedules are not fixed, but expect a bus at twice an hour. If you do not see an SLTB-operated bus, don't worry there will be a privately-operated bus all the time, even at the nights. These buses stop at the same spot SLTB buses start from (airport), or the road next to it. From the arrival hall, exit, and walk all the way to your left until the end of the building. This is about 50 meters. The SLTB bus, or the private bus alternative should be across the road, but if you do not see any bus there, continue to the road at the right side. You will be at the main road (this is a two-way road, and keep in mind that vehicles travel from the left side). Cross the road, and you will see a bus stopped at about 20-50m to your left. The route number is 187. If the bus takes the expressway, the number would be 187-E3. The NeighborhoodSituated in the old downtown historial district of Kotahena, Colombo 13) is comprised of Kotahena, Kochchikade, Ginthupitiya and surrounded by the Pettah (Colombo 11), Mutwal (Colombo 15), Grandpass (Colombo 14) Dematagoda (Colombo 09) and the ancient Colombo Harbour. Origins of Kotahena and its History This eighteenth century fishing hamlet now called Kotahena, rose from the marshes of the Kelani Ganga River in the North-east of Colombo. Kottanchina as it was once known had groves of Kottan (Costus Speciousus) in the verdant jungle that covered this hillock. There were two small clusters of Kottan till about the mid twentieth century, one at the beginning of Bonjeans Road, and the other round the disused quarry at College Street. The British anglicized Kottanchina to Cottonchina. The College House is very near and within walking distance of Colombo’s oldest historical Buddhist temples. The Historical 300 year old Buddhist Temples Dipaduttarama Purana Raja Maha Viharaya Kotahena founded in 1806 is the oldest Buddhist temple in Colombo with a history of over 300 years. Known as Thai Temple after a member of the Thai royal family was ordained by Waskaduwe Subhithi Mahanyake Thero the Thai Prince-Priest as he was known lived at the temple from (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Thai royals and Prime Ministers have visited th temple on several occasions to pay homage. The Deepaduttaramaya Thai temple gained significance in colonial and post colonial Sri Lankan history as a place of renaissance The Temple is resplendent built in the style of Thai architecture. The temple’s Rathana chaitya (shrine) is unlike any Sri Lankan dagoba is made entirely of small glass fronted boxes in bronze mounted on each other. Each small casing contains a miniature statue of Buddha, which must add up to about a hundred overall are illuminated as dusk falls, the chaitya makes for a beautiful sight at night time. Dipaduttamaramaya is a temple of great historical value. Built in 1775, this is the oldest temple in the Colombo city limits and also the first of its kind. It was the temple of the great orator of colonial Sri Lanka, Ven. Migettuwatte Gunananda Maha Thera over a hundred years ago. Along with Ven. Waskaduwe Subuthi Maha Nayaka Thera, Migettuwatte Thera was the Chief Incumbent of the temple. Due to this patronage, the temple earned the distinction of being the first place in the world where the Buddhist flag was hoisted on April 28, 1885. In fact the announcement of Vesak as a national holiday by Gazette notification was made at the temple premises on April 27, 1885. Following this the great monk visited the Kelaniya temple to make his historic speech on the significance of Vesak. Apart from the significant place it holds in Buddhist history, Dipaduttamaramaya is also considered the official temple of Thai royalty. The recent 260th Anniversary of the reinstatement of the Upasampadawa (Higher Ordination) that uplifted the Sasana in the 18th Century, when Kandyan ruler King Keerthi Sri Rajasinghe, along with the Most Ven. Weliwita Sri Saranankara Maha Thera got down the Upasampadawa from the Kingdom of Siam (Thailand). Its history is intricately bound to probably the greatest Pali scholar of his time, Ven. Waskaduwe Sri Subhuthi Maha Nayaka Thera. The scholar monk was renowned around the world and served as the foreign advisor to Siam and Burma while presiding over the Abhinavaaramaya temple in Waskaduwa (later renamed as the Sri Subuthi Viharaya in his honour). “Sri Subuthi Maha Nayaka Thera was a visionary and great teacher. His writings are to this day kept in a museum at the Sri Subuthi Viharaya in Waskaduwa. The Nayaka Thera equipped with an immaculate knowledge of English penned diplomatic letters to the two countries and mesmerised by the monk’s wisdom, Prince Prisdang Chumsai, grandson of King Rama the Third of Thailand developed a strong interest in Buddhism. Fifteen years and many letters later, the Prince made a momentous decision to leave behind his worldly possessions and step into priesthood under the tutelage of Sri Subuthi Maha Nayaka Thera. Being ordained in 1896 as Ven. P.C Jinavarawansa Thera -the protégé of the Nayaka Thera- he was eventually bestowed with the Chief Incumbency of the Dipaduttamaramaya Temple in 1904, thus being the first foreign monk to become an incumbent of a Buddhist temple in Sri Lanka. He also laid the foundation for the construction of the Rathna Chaitya. Dipaduttamaramaya was known as the ‘Thai Temple’. Ven. P.C. Jinavarawansa Thera developed a close rapport with the people of the area and was commonly known as the ‘Kumara Hamuduruwo’ (Prince Priest). The temple is revered by Thais as it was home to their royal son who took the leap of faith across the river of materialism and into the land of the peaceful and ordained. various members of Thai royalty have subsequently paid their respects at the temple; Former ruler, King Rama VIII, present ruler King Rama IX, the Princess Mother, Queen Sirikit, Queen Rambhai Barni, Princess Galyani Vadhana Krom Luang Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra, Princess Chulabhorn and Prince Prem Purachatra are amongst the dignitaries to have graced the temple over the last century. Several Thai government officials and Prime Ministers and other eminent Thai professionals have also visited. Swaying in the cool breeze that rushes past the chaitya are three trees; A Red Sandalwood, Madara and a White Sandalwood that looms over the Budu medura, planted in a special area of the temple grounds reserved for the traditional practice of planting a sapling to mark these occasions-a habit the royals have followed on their many visits. These, planted by King Ananda Mahidol, King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Princess Chulaborn on three different occasions symbolise the warmth of Thai affinity to the temple. Legend has it that the Kumara Hamuduruwo’s royal robes are deposited at the very core of the temple’s shrine. Dipaduttamaramaya in the heart of central Colombo stands as a compelling symbol of Buddhist revival in the country. The building in which the Thai monk lived was popularly known as a ‘Maligawa’ (The Palace) while locks of hair, shaved from his head when he was ordained, the robes and other parapharita and hand written documents and articles written by the monk are museum pieces at the temple. His time was mainly spent on learning Thripitiaka and practising meditation. He started ‘Gunanada Vidyalaya’, in memory of Migettuwatte Gunanada Thero, in the temple premises and Rathna Chetiya, which is a unique structure in Sri Lankan soil. The temple is recorded to have been built in two stages, belonging to two periods: the mid-Dutch and the early British colonial periods. The date 1785 is found impressed on the lower half of an altar which belongs to the Dutch period, while the upper half can be attributed to the mid British period as the year 2416 (Buddhist era) is found inscribed thereon ie 1872 A.D. At the very top, above the shrine is found the British crown and below that is a replica of a dagaba with a lion and a unicorn on either side below the dagaba. The first monk of this temple was Ven. Sinigama Dhirakkhanda who came into residence in 1845. This temple was the centre for the revival of Buddhism which took place towards the end of the 19th century. The second incumbent Ven. Migettuwatte Gunananda Thera of Balapitiya, when he moved to Colombo decided to reside at Deepaduththaramaya. It is here that the Thera began his work to revive Buddhism in the country. He was known as the "Great Orator" – who made speeches defending Buddhism against the arguments of the Christian missionaries. Ven. Gunananda Thera is said to have been one of the pioneers who created the Buddhist flag and at this temple in Kotahena the Buddhist flag was officially hoisted for the first time in Sri Lanka at the auspicious time of 8:30a.m. on 28th April 1885. It was also at this temple Vesak Poya day was declared a Holiday.The first “Daham pasala” or Dhamma school (school to teach the Buddha Dhamma ) in the island commenced at this temple by Mrs. Marie Musaeus Higgins and Madame Helena Patrovna Vlavatsky during the incumbency of the Ven. Migettuwatte Gunananda in 1908 and shows two architectural styles. its lower half influenced by Mulagandhakuti Vihara at Buddhagaya and the upper half influenced by the Siamese architecture. Its golden pinnacle was gifted by a king of Thailand. The other ancient Paramananda Purana Viharaya in Kotahena is the second temple to be built in Colombo, founded around (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). It contains murals depicting the life of the Buddha and the history of Buddhism in Ceylon. The unique Hindu Temple devoted to Lord Shiva The Sri Ramanathan Shivan Kovil, temple in Kotahena was built in 1857 by Sri Arumugam Ponnambalam Mudaliyar, a devoted Hindu, hailing from Manipay, Jaffna and father of Sir Ponnambalam Ramanathan, legislator, statesman, and patriot who was one of those responsible for the independence of Sri Lanka. It is said that after a pilgrimage he made to India, he experienced a divine bidding through a dream to build a Shivan kovil for the Hindus of Colombo.The work on the temple commenced in 1856 and was completed in 1857 during the British rule. This original temple was initially built modestly with lime and (URL HIDDEN) is said that the temple was situated on five acres of land overlooking the Colombo harbour, its garden filled with a variety of valuable trees, lush vegetation, beautifully laid out lawns, and about 20 head of cattle which provide milk for the temple’s daily poojas. The land which was originally a coconut plantation was purchased from Capt. John E. Stonean, an Englishman, by Sri Ponnambala Mudaliyar.The trusteeship of the temple was passed on to his son Sir Ponnambalam Ramanathan, in 1905. Sir Ponnambalam Ramanathan who wished to improve the kovil, made several trips to India to consult renowned temple architects, and he subsequently enlisted the services of reputed sculptors and temple builders from South India, and commenced the renovation work in 1907. He completed the temple in solid gray granite stone, and the consecration (Kumbabishekam) ceremony took place on 21 November, 1912. However since then several additions have been made. The eastern side Rajagopuram (Supreme Gate Pyramid) was erected in 1967.A salient feature of this unique temple is that it is entirely built out of granite stone as per Dravidian architecture based on the principles of Hindu temples in India. The granite for the temple had been obtained from quarries in Veyangoda. This temple is comparable to some of the famous Hindu temples in South India. The temple with its tall Gopuram (Gate Pyramid) and gateways facing the East and West stands majestically in all splendour. The kovil strictly followed the guidelines recommended in Hindu Vedic scriptures to replicate the human anatomy. The Trusteeship of the Kovil continues to be carried out by the descendants of Sri Ponnambala Mudaliyar. The Mariamman Kovil in Kotahena is an ancient temple, more than 250 years old dedicated to Mariamman the goddess who embraces the force of the earth and the fire of the chakra. The earliest available records indicate that it was founded on 2 March, 1864 by Thiruvilanga Nagarathar for the protection and wellbeing of the Devotees. Sri Muthumariamman is the main sanctum showering her Blessings on thousands of Devotees who patronize this Temple. There are many stories and miracles about the goddess transmitted from generation to generation. Colombo’s only Cathedral St Lucias Named after St. Lucy of Sicily: virgin, martyr and saint, St. Lucia’s Cathedral in Kotahena, is the oldest and largest parish Cathedral in Sri Lanka and the seat of the Archbishop of Colombo The Cathedral stands tall, dominating Kotahena’s sky-scape. Its handsome Romanesque features, elaborate Corinthian pillars, arches, balconies, beeralu cement fences, grills, pediments, surmounted by domes, lanterns and statues of saints. According to records, worship at this site goes back to a date in 1760, where a small thatched hut built by the early mission fathers served as a church for the faithful. Gradually the building came to be replaced with larger and more grandeur constructions and in 1838 it was elevated to the status of a Cathedral.The Cathedral, as it presently stands, is the design of Bishop Hillarion Sillani and Fr. Stanislaus Tabarrani a pair described to have been infused by a “Holy optimism and a prophetic spirit” in their vision of building a majestic structure suitable for the worship of God. Their dream was to build a replica of the St. Peters Basilica in Rome. Bishop Sillani in fact, in a letter addressed to Rome dated 1874, requested for a photograph of the Basilica and instructions on how to construct the lantern that crowns the main dome of the building. To carry out his dream Bishop Sillani engaged the services of a master mason Anthony Pillai Tittaravu Pillai from Ponddicherry in India, to guide and supervise the workmen. The Cathedral was completed in thirty years in 1902. The interior of the cathedral is as impressive with its sanctuary, naves and aisles. Above the sanctuary is the main brick built double walled dome. Four medallions painted in shades of brown on canvas and fitted into frames, decorate the top four corners of the sanctuary. These are the only paintings in the Cathedral and are of the evangelists - Mathew, Mark, Luke and Johan by a local artist Gabriel Perera. High up on the back wall of the sanctuary, taking pride of place amongst other stained glass, is a glass depicting a reproduction of the Murillo’s world famous painting of the Immaculate Conception. The marble altar table includes a carved frieze of the last supper. On the left side on a marble platform is the cathedra or the grandiose carved wooden throne of the Bishop, tastefully gilded. The polished wooden altar rails around the sanctuary match the design on the cathedra. Under the sanctuary is the underground crypt, heavily arched with stout pillars.Among the many ornate larger than life statues of saints that stand in the church the famous statue of ‘Our Lady of Kotahena’ – a dark faced Madonna carrying the baby Jesus had features of unusual beauty. It is said that this statue was an award winner at the Universal exhibition in Paris. The Baptistery of carved marble crowned with the statue of St. Johan the Baptist, and the large wooden framed friezes depicting the stations of the cross are also worth noting.The cathedral is blessed with 4 bells in its two towers. The biggest bell christened ANTHONY THOMAS at 4,300 lbs hangs alone in the right bell tower, and rings only on very special occasions. The other three bells occupy the left Bell tower and are christened Constant Henry Lucia Emilia (2000 lbs). Francis Theresa (1,400 lbs) and Jean Baptist Edward Anna (950 lbs) The shrine at Kochchikade where many religions worship St. Anthony's Kochchikade is undoubtedly the most patronized church by Christians and non Christians alike and is designated by the Catholic Church as a National Shrine. It stands in an area that has derived its name from the very (URL HIDDEN) was a time in the 18th century under the Dutch rule, when Catholicism was still a proscribed religion in Sri Lanka and priests could not exercise their ministry in public. The origin of the church is accorded to Fr. Antonio, who was a companion to Joseph Vaz and had been assigned to minister to the religious needs of the Catholics in Colombo. Fr. Antonio, a zealous priest disguised as a merchant took up his abode in a house in Maliban Street, Colombo, close to St. Philip Neris Church. The Dutch discovered his hiding place, but Fr. Antonio, disguised, fled towards Mutwal. He met some fishermen who knew him and his reputation as a holy man, and volunteered to protect him from the Dutch, provided he obtained from God a favour for them - namely to stop the erosion of the sea which caused them great inconvenience. When the pursuers arrived, the fishermen refused to hand over Fr. Antonio until he had granted them the favour they were asking for. Fr. Antonio then returned to his home at Maliban Street, and came to the shore, clad in his priestly garments and with a large wooden Cross in his hand. Planting the Cross at the spot most threatened by the advancing Sea, he prayed to God to manifest His Glory, by working this miracle. On the third day the waves receded and an extensive sand bank was exposed to the view of all.The Dutch Government appreciated this favor and offered a reward to the people’s benefactor. The humble priest asked only the permission to live and die near the Cross he had planted. This was granted and the priest built a Chapel with mud in honor of his patron, St. Anthony of Padua. When he died after many years, he was buried there. It is said that as the priest was from Cochin, the land was referred to as the place in which the Cochinese had a shop hence the name Kochchikade. The little Chapel which was made of mud was enlarged in 1806. And in 1822 one of the members of the Congregation went to Goa and brought a Statue of St. Anthony and it was solemnly placed on the altar of the small Church. This is the very image that is today held in great veneration at St. Anthony’s Church, Kochchikade, kept on the side altar which was the altar of the ancient Church and stands on the very spot Sanctified by miraculous event to which the origin of the same Sanctuary is due. The Markets of Pettah Pettah is one of the most vibrant and colorful parts of Colombo, known for its bustling open air bazaars and markets. Each thoroughfare has its own speciality (for example, Gabo’s Lane and 5th Cross St specialise in Ayurvedic medicines). Pettah and Kotahena are also the most ethnically mixed parts of the city. Literally minutes from the guesthouse you will find streets dotted with several interesting Buddhist Temples, Christian Churches, Hindu Kovils and Islamic Mosques. Kotahena is a neighbourhood to give you an authentic local experience. The area is bustling, lively and colorful. The shops are open late into the night and everyone should sample the delicious street food (dosas, hoppers, kottu etc). The house itself is on a residential street (College Street). The harbour lights are visible and the markets of Main Street are close-by. The Dutch Museum on Prince Street, The Shiva Temple, and one of the oldest Buddhist Temples in the city are all in walking distance. Getting AroundTuk-tuks are a cheap, convenient mode of transport and are always available on the road in front of the house. These will get you to Fort (upmarket district perfect for dinner and drinks), Pettah (the heart of Colombo and the buzzing bazaar district) and Galle Face Green (Colombo's seafront promenade) for $1-3. Trains and buses from Fort station to Galle and the South Coast are only 5 minutes away (plus all other destinations in Sri Lanka including Kandy and the hill country, the cultural centre and Jaffna (in the far north). College House is on the north side of Colombo easily assessable from the airport a further 25km north, yet only minutes away in a tuk-tuk from downtown Pettah and Fort (where you will find Fort Train Station and Central Bus Stand for transport to anywhere on the island). Fort, The Galle Face Promenade for a refreshing walk by the sea, sundown drinks at the Galle Face Hotel or the Kingsbury Sky Bar, The Dutch Hospital Arcade in Fort and Steuarts Hotel or the Pagoda Restaurant one of the oldest in Colombo and the Resto Pub- Bar RePublic down Hospital Street are just a 3 kilometer Tuk Tuk ride away costing Rupees 350 approx. For longer journeys there are also taxis, Uber Pick-Me and Kangaroo Budget. The airport is only 20 minutes away costing approx $20-$25. Other Things to NoteFor travellers needing to get to/from Colombo airport we are ideally located in the north side of the city (the airport is approx 25km north of Colombo). This means you do not have to go through the centre of the Colombo to arrive here or at the airport, which saves a lot of time and money. A property in the centre or south of the city may only be 3-5kms away but could easily take 1 hour to get to on a busy day. We can organise an airport taxi for you costing $20-$25. We can also provide a vegetarian lunch or dinner cooked by Kala our housekeeper for rupees 700 per person for vegetarian and non veg chicken or fish for rs 1200. Prawns will cost 1500 rupees. We provide a complimentary tea or coffee on arrival. Tea or coffee is available throughout the day for rupees 200 per mug. If you have any questions or would like any advice about travelling in Colombo/Sri Lanka, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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    The SpaceWe can give you a airport pick up to Colombo from International airport and give a room to stay in the city for a day/ night. We can give you a reliable driver to pick you up from the airport and reach a family house room to rest after your journey. In addition, if you need any assistance to continue travelling to the other parts of the city or the country we can assist you.to give you the necessary information. This house is in the full residential area calm and quiet. Five minutes walking distance to the main bus routes. There are boutiques (Grocery shops), mini market and food out lets in the walking distance of 05 minutes. It is about 01 hour 15 minutes car ride from the airport. You will be in a house of a local family experiencing a local culture perhaps. We can also provide you a guided tour if your request on the local areas. We can book your onward train ticket in advance. we can book a viewing gallery / saloon ticket on an up country train. We can book an onward bus ticket in advance for you. We can arrange you some other tour arrangements on your request. On your request we can drop you back at the bus station or train station for your onward travel or arrange this for you. We can arrange a drop to airport trip on your last day in Sri Lanka and before we leave for airport we can help you to do shopping of some Sri Lankan Tea, spices ..... some handicrafts as souvenir.......may be a small precious or semi precious gem stone or a small piece of jewelry studded with a Sri Lankan Gem stone....... * Metting at the airport, Transport (to city 01 hour) and towards the room in family home. The following can be arranged or done at your request. If you want sight seeing. If you want additional Guided tour. Advanced early booking of your onward train or bus ticket even before you arrive in Sri Lanka. May be if you want booking of local (URL HIDDEN) time of emergency May be good by shopping of Sri Lankan Tea, speices, handicrafts....gem stones........and then dropping you back you to at the airport.......may be after your trip.... if you want a place, come back and stay with us....the last day shopping and the airport....drop and say good (URL HIDDEN) and wishing......good things....for both parties...... Interaction with GuestsWe can give you tips about your further travel. May be The Neighborhood10 minutes walk to the Front Main Entrance of the Zoo. Our house is closer to one of the back gates of the zoo. Getting Around30 minutes to the Fort Train or Bus station. We can arrange you to drop for the onward train or bus the following day on your request. Other Things to NoteWe are behind the Zoo. you can stay an additional day and visit the zoo watch the elephant dance and ride on the back of an elephant.
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    23br 2-star Hotel
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    Located in the heart of Colombo, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of New Kathiresan Kovil and St Anthony’s Church. Sri Ponnambalam Vanesar Kovil and Kayman’s Gate Belltower are also within 10 minutes.
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    69 reviews
    22br 3-star Hotel
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    Located in the heart of Colombo, this hostel is steps from Dutch Hospital Shopping Precinct and Colombo World Trade Center. Bank of Ceylon Tower and Khan Clock Tower are also within 10 minutes.
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    Welcome to the standard city hotel in the heart of the city. You can enjoy the fully Air-conditioned rooms with hot and cool water. Free WiFi enabled surrounding and 24′ LED TV, Mini Bar and Fully satisfied meal and coffee service.
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    This two bed room specious apartment is located on the 12th floor with a beautiful view of the Colombo city. The apartment is equipped with a modern gym and has two pools with beautiful public areas for sun bathing and barbeques.
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      If you're planing the next trip to Sri Lanka and want to explore Colombo! don't think twice to come to us,A very pleasant house with a friendly neighborhood and convenient to tone of places around Colombo. Because it is the commercial and business center of Sri Lanka located on west province you have a lot to see... PLACES such as National Museum,Galle Face Green, Beira Lake,Cargills & Millers building, Independence Square, Viharamahadevi Park, Colombo Fort, Pettah bazaar, Beach Waadiya, Churches, Mosques and Temples of Colombo City,Railway museum and Mount Lavinia beach HOTELS star class hotels with spectacular scenic view of the ocean among them Galle face Hotel, Taj Samudra, Colombo Hilton,Kingbury which opens up to gall face green and to the ocean best places for fine dining many more places and traveling time will be maximum of 10 mins without traffic NB:DUE TO VERY EXPENSIVE ELECTRICITY CHARGERS & HD TV CHANNELS OF CHOICE THEY HAVE TO BE PAID EXTRA AT A REASONABLE COST request from our customers to pick up,drop to and from the airport or trips can be arranged... Your call is important to us so please call or email me without any hesitation (Sinhala,Tamil & English languages can be spoken at any time) I HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON A Very friendly Neighborhood
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      1br Hostel
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      The SpaceComfy Quad Room at a Bed & Breakfast in the heart of Colombo Fort Guest AccessWe got a cool roof deck, common area with TV, Games etc and as well as a backyard where guests can smoke and socialize Interaction with GuestsOur reception is open 24 hours a day and all staff are well trained and super friendly. You'll feel among friends here. The NeighborhoodLoads of restaurants, bars and popular touristy spots around. We are among all the five star hotels in the area and pride on being the only budget friendly B&B in such a cool and exclusive area of town! Getting AroundColombo's main bus and train station is literally a 5 minute walk away!
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      5br villa
        Tucked within Galle's historic seventeenth century fortress on the picturesque southern coast of Sri Lanka, Ambassador's House is a magnificently proportioned five-bedroom villa bursting with colonial charm and atmosphere. Once the residence of the Sri Lankan Ambassador to Pakistan, Iraq and Bangladesh, this majestic abode boasts abundant living and dining space, and comes with an attentive and personable staff team, making the villa an exceptional place for entertaining. Families and groups of friends will cherish time spent in these elegant surroundings soaking up the nostalgia whilst enjoying plenty of modern-day conveniences and luxuries, including an elongated pool and an expansive, dual-level roof terrace. The experience Few villas in fascinating Galle Fort can match the generous proportions of this historic and luxurious abode. Ambassador's House has lavishly hosted many important guests in its illustrious past and its epic proportions still make it a fabulous place for entertaining. The location Seemingly timeless, Galle Fort's richly historic walls have given shelter to a dizzying array of merchants, traders, colonialists and foreign nationals over the years, who have all left their indelible mark on this seventeenth century Dutch fortress. The rooms All five of the beautiful bedrooms at Ambassador's House feature contemporary ensuite bathrooms beautifully finished in smooth terrazzo. Romantic four-poster beds are dressed in the crispest cotton sheets and shrouded in soft mosquito netting. Additional amenities include: beach chairs, coffee maker, bath tub, holiday, newsletter, honeymoon, shower, ac all bedrooms have ac., iron/ironing board, corporate. Tucked within Galle's historic seventeenth century fortress on the picturesque southern coast of Sri Lanka, Ambassador's House is a magnificently proportioned five-bedroom villa bursting with colonial charm and atmosphere. Once the residence of the Sri Lankan Ambassador to Pakistan, Iraq and Bangladesh, this majestic abode boasts abundant living and dining space, and comes with an attentive and personable staff team, making the villa an exceptional place for entertaining. Families and groups of friends will cherish time spent in these elegant surroundings soaking up the nostalgia whilst enjoying plenty of modern-day conveniences and luxuries, including an elongated pool and an expansive, dual-level roof terrace. The experience Few villas in fascinating Galle Fort can match the generous proportions of this historic and luxurious abode. Ambassador's House has lavishly hosted many important guests in its illustrious past and its epic proportions still make it a fabulous place for entertaining. The location Seemingly timeless, Galle Fort's richly historic walls have given shelter to a dizzying array of merchants, traders, colonialists and foreign nationals over the years, who have all left their indelible mark on this seventeenth century Dutch fortress. The rooms All five of the beautiful bedrooms at Ambassador's House feature contemporary ensuite bathrooms beautifully finished in smooth terrazzo. Romantic four-poster beds are dressed in the crispest cotton sheets and shrouded in soft mosquito netting. Additional amenities include: beach chairs, coffee maker, bath tub, holiday, newsletter, honeymoon, shower, ac all bedrooms have ac., iron/ironing board, corporate.
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        8br villa
          Why House is a stunning, family-orientated boutique villa hotel near Galle with eight double ensuite bedrooms enveloped by a lushly landscaped three-acre garden. Located minutes from pristine beaches, a stay at this elegant country house amidst rural rice fields blends luxury with informality. Rooms brim with creature comforts while a dedicated team of staff led by experienced western management promises a level of personalised service unmatched on the south coast. Coupled with an excellent in-house restaurant and large pool, Why House is your home-from-home in Sri Lanka. You can be sure of a warm welcome at Why House. The experienced staff, overseen by an English manager with 30 years international experience in the hospitality industry, is dedicated to providing guests with the best bespoke service possible. All personal requests are undertaken, no matter how large or small. The dedicated head chef presides over a small kitchen team with one of the biggest reputations on the south coast. Whether you're in the mood for Sri Lankan, Western or Asian cuisine, the gourmet in-house restaurant will not disappoint. All of the dishes on our menu are prepared from the best locally sourced ingredients and served to our breezy open-sided dining pavilion or privately to your room veranda if you prefer. Why House sleeps a maximum of 20 guests in eight double ensuite rooms with private garden- or pool-view terraces. Each individually designed room comes with air conditioning, satellite TV, free Wi-Fi, mini fridge and a luxurious ensuite bathroom. Individual rooms, or the Main House and Garden House in their entirety, can be booked independently, or the whole property taken on an exclusive basis. Main house (sleeps 4+4+3) Our two split king Main House Suites are incredibly spacious, having an anteroom, which can accommodate two single beds. This works well for families as the children are in your room but not in your bedroom. There is no charge for infants or the cots we provide. The third bedroom in the Main House is a double with wheelchair access. Cabanas (sleeps 2 each) Our two romantic cabanas are a favorite with couples and honeymooners. Set amidst our lush lower garden overlooking rice fields, each of our cabanas is made up of two hexagonal buildings - one housing the bedroom, with a split king bed, and the second, accessed via a three-meter covered walkway, a private bathroom. Garden House (sleeps 4+3+2) We have three spacious rooms in the Garden House. One of these has a split king bed and can accommodate two adults and two children, whilst the second can sleep two adults and one child. The third room is a mezzanine, and sleeps up to four guests; two on the ground floor in a double and two upstairs in twin beds. Additional amenities include: beach chairs, espresso machine, coffee maker, bath tub, shower, ice maker. Why House is a stunning, family-orientated boutique villa hotel near Galle with eight double ensuite bedrooms enveloped by a lushly landscaped three-acre garden. Located minutes from pristine beaches, a stay at this elegant country house amidst rural rice fields blends luxury with informality. Rooms brim with creature comforts while a dedicated team of staff led by experienced western management promises a level of personalised service unmatched on the south coast. Coupled with an excellent in-house restaurant and large pool, Why House is your home-from-home in Sri Lanka. You can be sure of a warm welcome at Why House. The experienced staff, overseen by an English manager with 30 years international experience in the hospitality industry, is dedicated to providing guests with the best bespoke service possible. All personal requests are undertaken, no matter how large or small. The dedicated head chef presides over a small kitchen team with one of the biggest reputations on the south coast. Whether you're in the mood for Sri Lankan, Western or Asian cuisine, the gourmet in-house restaurant will not disappoint. All of the dishes on our menu are prepared from the best locally sourced ingredients and served to our breezy open-sided dining pavilion or privately to your room veranda if you prefer. Why House sleeps a maximum of 20 guests in eight double ensuite rooms with private garden- or pool-view terraces. Each individually designed room comes with air conditioning, satellite TV, free Wi-Fi, mini fridge and a luxurious ensuite bathroom. Individual rooms, or the Main House and Garden House in their entirety, can be booked independently, or the whole property taken on an exclusive basis. Main house (sleeps 4+4+3) Our two split king Main House Suites are incredibly spacious, having an anteroom, which can accommodate two single beds. This works well for families as the children are in your room but not in your bedroom. There is no charge for infants or the cots we provide. The third bedroom in the Main House is a double with wheelchair access. Cabanas (sleeps 2 each) Our two romantic cabanas are a favorite with couples and honeymooners. Set amidst our lush lower garden overlooking rice fields, each of our cabanas is made up of two hexagonal buildings - one housing the bedroom, with a split king bed, and the second, accessed via a three-meter covered walkway, a private bathroom. Garden House (sleeps 4+3+2) We have three spacious rooms in the Garden House. One of these has a split king bed and can accommodate two adults and two children, whilst the second can sleep two adults and one child. The third room is a mezzanine, and sleeps up to four guests; two on the ground floor in a double and two upstairs in twin beds. Additional amenities include: beach chairs, espresso machine, coffee maker, bath tub, shower, ice maker.
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          3br villa
            No. 39 Galle Fort flanks historic Lighthouse Street, at the heart of a magnificent 17th century Dutch-built fortress on Sri Lanka's palm-fringed southern coast. This capacious three-bedroom townhouse, with its elegant furnishings and graceful period features, evokes a heady, homely atmosphere redolent of times gone by. Spacious living and dining areas beneath a vaulted, 30-foot-high roof, beautifully appointed bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen, modern facilities and attentive staff make this heritage home a peaceful, private and relaxing retreat for families and groups of friends. Best of all, Galle Fort's many iconic landmarks, restaurants, cafe's and boutiques are mere footsteps away. Taking pride of place in Galle's historic 17th century UNESCO-certified colonial fort on Sri Lanka's south-western coast, No. 39 Galle Fort, our luxuriously converted heritage home, beautifully blends the old with the new. Striking Dutch-era furnishings, graceful archways, pillared verandas and soaring ceilings paint a nostalgic picture of the past whilst deeply cushioned loungers, lavishly adorned beds and homely, modern facilities bring No. 39 firmly into the 21st century. Despite their inner-fort location, our three atmospheric bedrooms are blessed with unique views. On the upper floor, the master room basks in vistas of the fort's red-tiled rooftops; the second bedroom opens onto the villa's courtyard garden, and the third engages with the fort by glimpsing at the goings-on along Lighthouse Street. Affording further relaxation are an expansive living and dining room, a cosy mezzanine TV snug, a furnished garden veranda and an alfresco dining table for six perfect for lazy breakfasts and cocktails at dusk. Our friendly staff, including a talented cook, take care of all the necessities at the house to ensure your holiday is relaxing and hassle-free. If you're a family or group of friends in search of a central fort home-from-home, you'll love No. 39, where there's ample space for socialising or for curling up quietly with a book. Our well-equipped kitchen allows you to self-cater if you feel so inclined, or to prepare meals for children. Galle Fort's fabulous attractions are mere footsteps away. Take time to wander the narrow streets to appreciate the hybrid nature of the fort's striking European architecture, make for the ramparts at sunset, perhaps join in a game of cricket or take a quick dip in the sea to help work up an appetite before dining in one of the fort's restaurants. Finally, return to No. 39, where every home comfort awaits. Additional amenities include: coffee maker, cd player, bath tub, holiday, newsletter, honeymoon, shower, ac all bedrooms have ac., ipod dock, iron/ironing board, corporate, ultraluxury. No. 39 Galle Fort flanks historic Lighthouse Street, at the heart of a magnificent 17th century Dutch-built fortress on Sri Lanka's palm-fringed southern coast. This capacious three-bedroom townhouse, with its elegant furnishings and graceful period features, evokes a heady, homely atmosphere redolent of times gone by. Spacious living and dining areas beneath a vaulted, 30-foot-high roof, beautifully appointed bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen, modern facilities and attentive staff make this heritage home a peaceful, private and relaxing retreat for families and groups of friends. Best of all, Galle Fort's many iconic landmarks, restaurants, cafe's and boutiques are mere footsteps away. Taking pride of place in Galle's historic 17th century UNESCO-certified colonial fort on Sri Lanka's south-western coast, No. 39 Galle Fort, our luxuriously converted heritage home, beautifully blends the old with the new. Striking Dutch-era furnishings, graceful archways, pillared verandas and soaring ceilings paint a nostalgic picture of the past whilst deeply cushioned loungers, lavishly adorned beds and homely, modern facilities bring No. 39 firmly into the 21st century. Despite their inner-fort location, our three atmospheric bedrooms are blessed with unique views. On the upper floor, the master room basks in vistas of the fort's red-tiled rooftops; the second bedroom opens onto the villa's courtyard garden, and the third engages with the fort by glimpsing at the goings-on along Lighthouse Street. Affording further relaxation are an expansive living and dining room, a cosy mezzanine TV snug, a furnished garden veranda and an alfresco dining table for six perfect for lazy breakfasts and cocktails at dusk. Our friendly staff, including a talented cook, take care of all the necessities at the house to ensure your holiday is relaxing and hassle-free. If you're a family or group of friends in search of a central fort home-from-home, you'll love No. 39, where there's ample space for socialising or for curling up quietly with a book. Our well-equipped kitchen allows you to self-cater if you feel so inclined, or to prepare meals for children. Galle Fort's fabulous attractions are mere footsteps away. Take time to wander the narrow streets to appreciate the hybrid nature of the fort's striking European architecture, make for the ramparts at sunset, perhaps join in a game of cricket or take a quick dip in the sea to help work up an appetite before dining in one of the fort's restaurants. Finally, return to No. 39, where every home comfort awaits. Additional amenities include: coffee maker, cd player, bath tub, holiday, newsletter, honeymoon, shower, ac all bedrooms have ac., ipod dock, iron/ironing board, corporate, ultraluxury.
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            4br villa
              Ambalama means a "resting place" in Singhalese and they have been traditionally used by travellers on their pilgrimages. Relax, rest and recharge on your journey at our Ambalama. Theres a different, energising sensation that comes from the casual, discreet ambience at Ambalama; allowing guests to witness the distinctive culture and embrace the interaction with the immediate environment. A combination of offerings that meets the needs of their guests profoundly. Ambalama "a little piece of paradise". Ambalama has four spacious suites all enjoying ocean views through louvred doors which open onto a lawned terrace. Each wing has two bedrooms each with ensuite bathrooms. Two suites have outside showers an experience not to be missed. Two suites also have daybeds suitable for young children to sleep on. Cots can be provided. All rooms have air con and fans. Temperatures at night are comfortable with cooling breezes off the ocean. Dark wooden four poster beds with ultra comfortable mattresses each with mosquito netting and fresh linen sheets offer a wonderful nights sleep. There are three king sized bed suites and one twin suite. Unwind in our large living and dining area which has a lovely "inside-outside" feel flanked by garden and pool features and opening through louvred doors to the pool terrace and garden with an unforgettable ocean vista. The space is tastefully decorated with comfortable sofas and antiques. A large round table is perfect for dining inside. Ambalama is all about making your stay as comfortable and relaxed as possible. Relax on our sun loungers by the large infinity pool. Enjoy a spectacular sunset reclining in our beachside ambalama. Or experience a Sri Lankan massage in the privacy of your suite. For those of you who have to stay connected with the outside world roaming signals for handphones are good, there is complimentary wifi throughout the villa and we have a Bluetooth music system for guests who want to bring music with them. Please note there is no tv. Ambalama means a "resting place" in Singhalese and they have been traditionally used by travellers on their pilgrimages. Relax, rest and recharge on your journey at our Ambalama. Theres a different, energising sensation that comes from the casual, discreet ambience at Ambalama; allowing guests to witness the distinctive culture and embrace the interaction with the immediate environment. A combination of offerings that meets the needs of their guests profoundly. Ambalama "a little piece of paradise". Ambalama has four spacious suites all enjoying ocean views through louvred doors which open onto a lawned terrace. Each wing has two bedrooms each with ensuite bathrooms. Two suites have outside showers an experience not to be missed. Two suites also have daybeds suitable for young children to sleep on. Cots can be provided. All rooms have air con and fans. Temperatures at night are comfortable with cooling breezes off the ocean. Dark wooden four poster beds with ultra comfortable mattresses each with mosquito netting and fresh linen sheets offer a wonderful nights sleep. There are three king sized bed suites and one twin suite. Unwind in our large living and dining area which has a lovely "inside-outside" feel flanked by garden and pool features and opening through louvred doors to the pool terrace and garden with an unforgettable ocean vista. The space is tastefully decorated with comfortable sofas and antiques. A large round table is perfect for dining inside. Ambalama is all about making your stay as comfortable and relaxed as possible. Relax on our sun loungers by the large infinity pool. Enjoy a spectacular sunset reclining in our beachside ambalama. Or experience a Sri Lankan massage in the privacy of your suite. For those of you who have to stay connected with the outside world roaming signals for handphones are good, there is complimentary wifi throughout the villa and we have a Bluetooth music system for guests who want to bring music with them. Please note there is no tv.
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              Poor
              63 reviews
              80br hotel
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              • Gym
              • Parking
              • Pets Allowed
              • Swimming Pool
              • Wifi
              Located in the heart of Colombo, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Khan Clock Tower, Pettah Market, and Dutch Hospital Shopping Precinct. Colombo World Trade Center and Sambodhi Chaitiya are also within 10 minutes.
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              Poor
              7 reviews
              30br hotel
              • Parking
              Situated in the business district, this hostel is within a 10-minute walk of Wolvendaal Church and Grand Mosque of Colombo. New Kathiresan Kovil and Kayman’s Gate Belltower are also within 15 minutes.
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              Nice
              52 reviews
              32br hotel
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              • Gym
              • Parking
              • Pets Allowed
              • Swimming Pool
              • Wifi
              Situated in Colombo, this hotel is steps from Bank of Ceylon Tower, Colombo World Trade Center, and Dutch Hospital Shopping Precinct. Sambodhi Chaitiya and Bally's Casino are also within 15 minutes.
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              346br hotel
              • Breakfast
              • Gym
              • Parking
              • Pets Allowed
              • Swimming Pool
              • Wifi
              This family-friendly Colombo hotel is located on the waterfront, within a 15-minute walk of Colombo World Trade Center, Bank of Ceylon Tower, and Bally's Casino. Pettah Market and Beira Lake are also within 1 mi (2 km).
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              Poor
              29 reviews
              426br hotel
                Situated by the sea, this hotel is steps from Bank of Ceylon Tower and Colombo World Trade Center. Dutch Hospital Shopping Precinct and Sambodhi Chaitiya are also within 15 minutes.
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                31br hotel
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                • Gym
                • Parking
                • Pets Allowed
                • Swimming Pool
                • Wifi
                Situated in Colombo, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Wolvendaal Church, St Lucia’s Cathedral, and Grand Mosque of Colombo. Sugathadasa Stadium and St Anthony’s Church are also within 1 mi (2 km).
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                • Pets Allowed
                • Swimming Pool
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                A great choice for a stay in Colombo, ZEN Rooms Messenger Street Colombo 12 offers an airport shuttle during limited hours. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms offer balconies or patios, 24-hour room service, and flat-screen TVs.
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                • Parking
                • Pets Allowed
                • Swimming Pool
                • Wifi
                A great choice for a stay in Colombo, ZEN Rooms Messenger Street Colombo 12 offers an airport shuttle during limited hours. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms offer balconies or patios, 24-hour room service, and flat-screen TVs.
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                hotel
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                • Gym
                • Parking
                • Pets Allowed
                • Swimming Pool
                • Wifi
                Enjoy your visit to Unawatuna with a stay at Backpacker.lk Hostel Unawatuna. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking.
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                With a stay at ZEN Rooms Messenger Street Colombo 12 in Colombo (Colombo District), you'll be minutes from Wolvendaal Church and Grand Mosque of Colombo. This hotel is within close proximity of St Lucia’s Cathedral and R. Premadasa Stadium. Make yourself at home in one of the guestrooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Have private balconies or patios. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and an elevator (lift). A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge during limited hours, and free self parking is available onsite.
                Hotel
                3-star Hotel
                Situated in Colombo, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Wolvendaal Church, St Lucia’s Cathedral, and Grand Mosque of Colombo. Sugathadasa Stadium and St Anthony’s Church are also within 1 mi (2 km).
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                1br Home/Apartment
                  If you're planing the next trip to Sri Lanka and want to explore Colombo! don't think twice to come to us,A very pleasant house with a friendly neighborhood and convenient to tone of places around Colombo. Because it is the commercial and business center of Sri Lanka located on west province you have a lot to see... PLACES such as National Museum,Galle Face Green, Beira Lake,Cargills & Millers building, Independence Square, Viharamahadevi Park, Colombo Fort, Pettah bazaar, Beach Waadiya, Churches, Mosques and Temples of Colombo City,Railway museum and Mount Lavinia beach HOTELS star class hotels with spectacular scenic view of the ocean among them Galle face Hotel, Taj Samudra, Colombo Hilton,Kingbury which opens up to gall face green and to the ocean best places for fine dining many more places and traveling time will be maximum of 10 mins without traffic NB:DUE TO VERY EXPENSIVE ELECTRICITY CHARGERS & HD TV CHANNELS OF CHOICE THEY HAVE TO BE PAID EXTRA AT A REASONABLE COST request from our customers to pick up,drop to and from the airport or trips can be arranged... Your call is important to us so please call or email me without any hesitation (Sinhala,Tamil & English languages can be spoken at any time) I HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON
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                  2br Home/Apartment
                  • Pets Allowed
                  Luxury Fully furnished house for short term rent with Fully Air conditioned, Hot water, Jacuzzi, Wifi, Dialog Tv, etc.. Beautiful serene tranquil eco friendly surroundings ,, back yard facing a massive paddy field, Expats only. Ideal for holiday or official visitors who wants to get away from concrete jungles. Only for 50$US per night for 2 people. Additional charges for more heads. House can accommodate 4pax very comfortably. Only 20 mnts to heart of Colombo. Beautiful serene tranquil eco friendly house has rooms to rent out. This is a luxury house with fully air conditioned , Hot water, Jacuzzi, Fully furnished, Dialog tv, wifi, etc.. Close to all the amenities and only 20 mts to heart of Colombo. Five mnts away from Gall/ Katunayaka highways. Ideal for people who wants to get away from concrete jungles and for relaxation for holiday makers or official visits. Expats only. Strictly no local crowd. Only for 50$ per night for 2 people.
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                  1br Home/Apartment
                  • Wifi
                  • Parking
                  The SpaceDouble room Suitable for Ideal Couple who want to relax, enjoy and explore the city of colombo Guest AccessCheck in desk with 24hrs service. Interaction with GuestsWe also provide train ticket booking service available prior to reserve our room. We Also provide airport drop off and pick up service. Getting AroundOur Lodge situated in heart of colombo, Near to local bazar. Easy for shopping and site seeing. local guide will be available if you required. Other Things to NoteSuitable bookings will be provided with local number to contact our desk service to avoid further cost. We Also provide airport drop off and pick up service. Kingshill Estate do not store credit card details nor do we share customer details with any 3rd parties.
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                  • Wifi
                  • Breakfast
                  • Parking
                  Situated in Colombo Hultsdorp, 1.8 km from R Premadasa Stadium. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant while The Colombo Dutch Museum is at a convenient distance of just 3.2 km
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                  10br Home/Apartment
                  • Gym
                  • Smoking Allowed
                  • Breakfast
                  • Swimming Pool
                  Getting AroundTransportation Hubs •32.2 kms Km from Bandaraike International Airport •1.8 kms Km from Colombo Fort Railway Station •1.4 kms Km from Kirimandala Mawatha Bus Stop
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                  1br Home/Apartment
                  • Wifi
                  The SpacePrivate A/C or NON A/C double room with private entrance. Suitable for the tourist or guest to explore colombo or Whole Island. All Rooms have private entrance and ensuite. Ideal for a Couple or Single. Guest AccessCheck in desk with 24hrs service. Interaction with GuestsWe also provide train ticket booking service available prior to reserve our room. Getting AroundOur Lodge situated in heart of colombo, Near to local bazar. Easy for shopping and site seeing. local guide will be available if you required. Other Things to NoteSuitable bookings will be provided with local number to contact our desk service to avoid further cost. We Also provide airport drop off and pick up service. Kingshill Estate do not store credit card details nor do we share customer details with any 3rd parties.
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                  2br Home/Apartment
                  • Wifi
                  • Smoking Allowed
                  • Parking
                  The Space970sft Apartment. Greatly Spacious and Hotel Suite type. Guest AccessFree access to Terrace. Interaction with GuestsEndless help is our pleasure, free advice to make your stay completely satisfied. Getting AroundTUK TUK LIKE ANTS! Easy access 24/7