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Galadari Hotel to unveil spectacular new Grand Ballroom

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Spanning well over three decades of expertise in banqueting and related services the Galadari Hotel has always been a top of the list venue for weddings, meetings and conferences. The hotel is synonymous for its applauding service and attention to detail alongside its ability to provide exceptional food and beverage. As the hotel proudly celebrates its 33rd anniversary this month laying claim to a great stake in the hospitality industry the Galadari is awaiting to unveil a breathtaking all-new Grand Ballroom in the near future. The construction process is already ongoing and it will definitely benchmark a new era in banqueting.

The new and modern Grand Ballroom will be an exceptional blend of elegance and style. No surprise that it will be a crowning glory to the Galadari Hotel adhering to all futuristic expectations with regards to delivering exceptional services with a Sri Lankan touch.


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