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Comilla Bungalow wins World Luxury Hotel Award


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Sri Lanka’s Comilla Bungalow was recently declared the Asian Continent Winner in the “2017 Luxury Country House” category at the prestigious World Luxury Hotel Awards.

Situated near the historic town of Wathurugama, and perched at the summit of a vast coconut estate, the Comilla Bungalow surveys verdant fields of pepper and thickets of tropical fruit trees. The century-old plantation bungalow has been lovingly re-imagined as a luxury boutique hideaway, retaining its wood-hewn verandahs and Dutch period architecture while introducing a full range of modern conveniences, with novel touches like an Infinity Pool, a Private Deck, a Juice Bar, in-room Hot Chocolate facilities and Butler Service added into the mix.

Featuring four large bedrooms in the bungalow property, as well as a detached chalet perfect for extended sojourns; the Comilla Bungalow is the answer to one’s search for serenity. With an unobtrusive service philosophy and a focus on the highest quality of life, guests can make their great escape at Comilla Bungalow.

“The award serves as a recognition of sustained commitment to excellence in hoteliering and achievement in the international luxury hospitality industry,” according to the World Luxury Hotel Awards.

Established in 2006, the World Luxury Hotel Awards is the pinnacle of achievement in the luxury hotel industry offering international recognition as voted by guests, travellers and industry players alike. Over 300,000 international travellers vote each year, during a four-week period to select the winners. Luxury hotels have the opportunity to participate in the World Luxury Hotel Awards by entering hotel categories that showcase their unique selling points and destinations.


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