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New appointments to the Theme Resorts and Spas Board

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Nanda Ekanayake - Director Finance
Sujeeva Basnayake - Director Operations


Leading hotel management company Theme Resorts and Spas Ltd. announced the appointment of new directors to its board. Sujeeva Basnayake and Nanda Ekanayake, who have been with the company for many years, have been entrusted with additional responsibilities within the group as Director Operation and Director Finance respectively. Sujeeva who has been with Theme Resorts since 2012, is an old boy of Trinity College Kandy and has worked tirelessly towards the growth of the company to date. He has been a part of the hospitality industry of Sri Lanka for the past 27 years, in capacities such as resident manager, operations manager and project manager. He is a Graduate of the Ceylon Hotel School and the School of Tourism Sri Lanka. A member of the Ceylon Hotel School Graduates Association (CHSGA), Sujeeva has also served as an executive committee member of CHSGA and the Negombo region / cultural triangle representative for the association. 

Nanda who was the Group Head of Finance since 2008, is an old boy of St. Aloysius College Galle, and has been in the industry for the past 35 years. He prides himself in being a member of the group since its early days. Having been a part of organisation from 1992 -1999, Nanda took a small break from the company to work with some reputed organisations and re-joined the group in 2008. He has been serving in the capacity of Accountant, Manager Finance over the years. 

Owning and managing some of Sri Lanka’s finest resorts, Theme Resorts and Spas offers new concepts and experiences to the hospitality industry of the country. Providing exceptional services, the Theme Resorts properties; Aliya Resort and Spa Sigiriya, Maalu Maalu Resort and Spa Pasikudah, Mountbatten Bungalow Kandy, Scottish Planter Glendevon Bungalow Nuwara Eliya, Ayurvie Weligama, Kithala Resort Tissamaharama and Wild Glamping Knuckles are all uniquely located in terrains of exceptionally beautiful breath-taking vistas and gives its guests the opportunity to experience distinctive themes relating to Sri Lankan life. 

Both Sujeeva and Nanda strive towards reaching greater heights in their journey of offering guests unique Sri Lankanised experiences. 


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