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Nuwara Eliya Seasons Villa opens on grand scale

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Seasons Villa (www.seasonsvillanuwaraeliya.com), the latest tourist hotel constructed in Nuwara Eliya, opened operations in a grandiose manner recently. Seasons Villa located at No. 11, Upper Lake Road Nuwara Eliya, consists of 10 rooms. The speciality here is that all rooms are spacious allowing for a family to spend their holiday in comfort. They are categorised under Deluxe King, Deluxe Twin and Deluxe Family. Misty mountains and the lush green tranquil landscapes characteristic of the hill country make up the views of every room with some having balconies for greater enjoyment.

All rooms designed with eye catching deco are equipped with hot water, cable TV, facilities to make tea, mini bar, WiFi, room heaters, an iron and iron board among other facilities. Seasons Villa is also located 1.4 km from Lake Gregory and is a short distance away from all other attractions such as Victoria Falls, Galway’s Land National Park, Mackwood Tea Museum, Nuwara Eliya and Royal Colombo Golf Clubs, Seetha Amman Temple, Haggala Botanical Gardens, and Pithuruthalagala. The hotel is owned by an engineer by profession and was designed by Focal Point Creative Homes Ltd. D &S Hospitality Management Ltd., a leading hotel management company in Sri Lanka manages its marketing and sales. Both local and foreign guests staying at Seasons Villa can also experience local, Chinese, Indian, Malaysian and Indonesian cuisine or Western cuisine such as Italian through their a la carte menu. The hotel’s experienced chefs are also ready to prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner according to the particular preference of any guest. In addition to the food, guests at Seasons Villa can enjoy the hospitality and generosity of the hotel’s resident manager, Kirula Kumarasiri and his friendly staff.

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