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Oceanfront Condominiums Nilaveli exceeds expectations

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End last year, International Construction Consortium Ltd. (ICC) handed over the keys to Sri Lanka’s first ever beach-front, serviced, luxury, leisure apartments, Oceanfront Condominiums Nilaveli. The benefits to owning an apartment versus a residence is clear; security and peace of mind. When not enjoying the bliss that is Nilaveli, owners can simply lock their doors and return to their daily lives, without having to worry about a caretaker, garden, building maintenance and security; all necessities for private vacation residences.  

At Oceanfront Condominiums, owners have taken advantage of the growing trend in demand for apartment rentals by furnishing their units and taking reservations either directly or by listing on popular hotel booking platforms such as Agoda, booking.com, and Airbnb.com. With guest check-in and check-out services, housekeeping and laundry all offered by ICC, remotely managing the apartment is quite simple for the owners. Many have also opted for the turn-key option offered by ICC to furnish, advertise and manage their apartments, making the investment even more attractive and hassle free. 

While January, April and December has shown to attract quite a number of tourists from within the country, the current east-coast season has exceeded occupancy expectations due to the large number of international tourists who have opted for apartments instead of hotel rooms. 

Tourists, especially those travelling in families, will find the spacious two or three bedroom apartments more comfortable and convenient than occupying small hotel rooms, while the garden, pool and beachfront are all on-par with a luxury hotel. The on-site café provides dine-in and takeaway meal options. 

With the completion of Phase 2 of the project, a new set of owners will be taking over their keys soon. Those looking to take advantage of the east-coast season have already made plans to furnish and open their doors to in-bound tourists. Details of the apartments and reservations can be found via www.oceanfrontnilaveli.com. Following the success and popular demand with the Nilaveli project, ICC has picked Galle as the next destination to expand the Oceanfront Condominiums brand and development has already commenced.

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