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The Theva Residency Kandy achieves TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Hall Of Fame


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The Theva Residency has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame for the second time. The TripAdvisor Hall of Fame was created to honour those businesses that have earned a Certificate of Excellence for five consecutive years. Theva Residency has now been awarded the Certificate of Excellence for 9 years consecutively. Being awarded the Certificate of Excellence for many years, and being awarded the Hall of Fame is a true source of pride for the entire team at The Theva Residency. The Theva Residency would like to thank its guests who have shared positive experiences with our hotel services and dining.


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