Luxury Villas / Tents
Luxury villas or tented villas in Sri Lanka are suitable for private escapes. Most villas provide accommodation for small groups and accommodate personalised requests. They are ideal for a luxury escape to the tropics of Sri Lanka.
Aarunya Nature Resort & Spa
Overlooking the UNESCO Natural World Heritage Listed Knuckles Mountain Range, surrounded by tea and spice gardens rests this luxury, private resort that consists of 9 contemporary private villas. Featuring an outdoor infinity swimming pool, that provides breathtaking views of the vast flora of the Knuckles Mountain Range, Aarunya is a truly stunning property.
Villa Republic Bandarawela
A family business created with love and care, Villa Republic is all about art, style and warmth. Located 195 km from Colombo towards the island’s center, Villa Republic Bandarawela is a twenty-minute drive from glorious Ella. With four bedrooms, including two double rooms and two triple rooms; it is a tranquil sanctuary for that perfect getaway with family and friends
ÀNI Sri Lanka is a stunning 15-suite private resort that combines contemporary tropical architecture with the finest bespoke finishes and furnishings. The facility itself includes a private spa, oversized oceanfront pools, dedicated children’s pools with exciting waterslides, and a plethora of spaces for dining and entertainment – perfects for events and corporate retreats.
41 Lighthouse Street
The Galle Fort boasts award winning boutique hotels, excellent restaurants, cafes & shops and is situated just minutes away by tuk tuk to Sri Lanka's palm fringed beaches, and is a short walk to the Galle International cricket ground. With 3 en-suite a/c double rooms, 3 members of staff including a private chef, cocktail bar, artisanal tea and coffee, billiard table, SONOS music system, WiFi, Apple TV, PS4 & amazing swimming pool, "41" persuades you to stay in.
Clingendael located 30 minutes east of the ancient hill capitol Kandy is a typical example of the famous Sri Lankan architecture of stately homes which were built in Sri Lanka during the last 3 hundred years.