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TMC Mt. Lavinia renews MoU with host hotel Berjaya

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TMC Mt. Lavinia renewed its Memorandum of Understanding with Berjaya Hotel on 17 October for a further two years commencing 1 October 2018 till 30 September 2020. 

The MOU was signed at the hotel premises with TMC Mt. Lavinia Chairman Jayantha Gunasekera, signing on behalf of The Management Club and, General Manager Norazman Chung signing on behalf of Berjaya. This is the 14th year of this reciprocal arrangement with TMC Mt. Lavinia and Berjaya Hotel. Berjaya Hotel Colombo is owned and managed by Berjaya Hotels and Resorts of Malaysia which owns and operates 16 hotels in six countries. Berjaya is ideally situated by the beach in Mount Lavinia just 10 kilometres from the capital city of Colombo, and 45 kilometres from the International Airport, which is the perfect setting for both business and pleasure.

The hotel consists of 44 deluxe rooms and 41 standard rooms, a coffee shop, 2 bars, 4 banquet halls, a board room, swimming pool with kiddies’ pool, and a beach restaurant specialised to cater to the very need of its guests. 

From left: Berjaya Financial Controller Chandana Gamage, TMC Mt. Lavinia Chairman Jayantha Gunasekera, Berjaya General Manager Norazman Chung, and Personal Assistant to General Manager of Berjaya Wasantha de Silva


Facilities and services 

Rooms are equipped with amenities that include individual A/C, hot and cold water, mini fridge and bar, IDD telephone and satellite TV, free Wi-Fi facilities, electronic safe in addition to the remarkable beautiful swimming pools, large car park, etc. Each room has a balcony offering ocean and pool view.

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  • Sundown parties.
  • Cocktails.
  • Office get-togethers/functions.
  • Beach parties.
  • Rave parties.
  • Barbeque evenings
  • Banquet Halls and Conference Room
  • Sunday Buffet


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