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Serene Pavilions Wadduwa wins Luxury Boutique Hotel Country Award


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Serene Pavilions made Sri Lanka proud with their prestigious double win at the recently held World Luxury Hotel Awards 2017 ceremony held in Switzerland. The two prestigious awards won by Serene Pavilions are namely ‘Country Winner Luxury Boutique Hotel’ and ‘Country Winner Luxury Coastal Hotel’.

The World Luxury Hotel Awards celebrates the world’s finest hotels committed to the highest standards of quality and service, and is also known to be the most prestigious and celebrated award ceremony in the world. 

Serene Pavilions is within close proximity to both Sri Lanka’s commercial capital Colombo and Galle, and being only 60 minutes from the Bandaranaike International Airport, offers the perfect haven for international explorers.

At best being full, 12 Pavilions at Serene Pavilions caters to only 30 guests in a sprawling 5 acres property where you get to do what you want, when you want, where you want including private dining at a location of your choice whether it be the beach, garden, balcony overlooking the ocean and with Butler service of an exceptional standard, guests can enjoy the epitome of true hospitality at every step. Serene Pavilions provides infinite luxury serenity and tranquillity, paired with discreet and personalised service. With a choice of ocean facing or garden pavilions, the standards of design are exceptional and the décor is one of elegant opulence. Seamless blend of Italian and Balinese styles are at the forefront of the architecture.

Large gardens with bordered walkways allow for absolute privacy and intimacy, and surround a magnificent main swimming pool complete with uniquely submerged Jacuzzi beds. The Pavilions each boast their own plunge pool and furnished decking area, vast marbled bathrooms with oversized Jacuzzis, and interiors which provide the perfect combination of spaciousness and elegance. With all modern amenities and facilities in situ, the Pavilions truly exceed the expectations of even the most discerning of visitor.

The Pavilions Restaurant, which proudly overlooks the Indian Ocean, with a sublime array of cuisines to choose from, the Chef will lead you on a journey of culinary discovery. Using only the freshest of produce he will tempt and tease in equal measure and promise to surprise even the most experienced palate. 

Below the stunning restaurant is The Amritha Bar, also facing directly west and promising the most spectacular of sunsets. Here the subtle colours compliment the natural palette of the gardens and beach, and the only background noises are the lapping of the waves on the shore, and the tropical birds flitting through the gardens. 

The Serenity Spa is available for international treatments covering traditional Balinese, Swedish, Sri Lankan and Thai specialities. Expertly trained professional therapists are on hand to administer the perfect treatment in a beautiful and calming environment. The Asana Gym, and the multi tennis and badminton court are available for those who require a bit of distraction from all the serenity, whilst boules are available in the garden to whilst away an easy afternoon.

“The standards set at Serene Pavilions are second to none. The attention is in the detail and we understand the changing requirements and expectations of our guests, and can therefore provide service and luxury unlike anywhere else,” said Serene Pavilions Resident Manager Deirdre Soysa-Moore.

Serene Pavilions, a member of the prestigious Small Luxury Hotels of the World portfolio, has raised the benchmark of standards within the sector of luxury hospitality in Sri Lanka. The hotel exceeds all expectations and with its attitude to providing the best experience the country can offer, with a guaranteed to do so for many more years to come.

 


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