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Unique boutique? No bother.

Among the rolling tea plantations and palm-lined blonde beaches, there are all kinds of beautiful boutique hotels in Sri Lanka. Unique and petite, each one overflows with warm hospitality, while the architecture depicts popular styles from the historical British, Dutch and Portuguese reigns.

Each of Sri Lanka’s boutique hotels has a story to tell. Perhaps it was once an ornate stately home in the Hill Country, or a secluded house tucked away in the forest, which has since been transformed into a hotel. Whichever one you choose, you can expect to find a bespoke base. And, as there’ll just be a handful of rooms, you can look forward to an exclusive, intimate experience. In no time at all, the attentive staff will know your name, your favourite spa treatment, and how you like your eggs in the morning.

Even if you’re travelling to some of the most popular parts of Sri Lanka, it’s easy to stay in boutique hotels. From traditional beach hotels on the south and east coasts, to rustic cabins on the outskirts of lush national parks, you’ll find them dotted all over the island. Explore the Cultural Triangle, Hill Country, Kandy and beyond, as you take in the spectacular scenery, culture and wildlife which put Sri Lanka holidays on the map. And, at the end of each busy day, you can return to your boutique base and relax.

Off the beaten track

First-class service

Unique experiences

Off the beaten track

On a holiday to Sri Lanka your days are most likely to be filled by ticking off the top attractions, like Sigiriya Rock and Yala National Park. Of course, these sights are not to be missed – but their popularity also means they are, understandably, quite busy. But after an action-packed day, you can retreat to a secluded haven of tranquillity. Many of Sri Lanka’s boutique hotels are nicely tucked away, a little off the tourist track. As well as finding peace and quiet, you’ll also be able to get a more accurate picture of Sri Lanka’s culture. You can chat to local people, try authentic cuisine, and get under the skin of this wonderful country.  

 

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First-class service

Most boutique hotels have only a small number of rooms. In this case, bigger certainly isn’t better – as you’ll be sharing the space with just a handful of other guests, you can expect the highest levels of service during your stay. With personal touches and friendly staff, there’ll be a real home-from-home felling.

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Plus, due to their petite size and one-of-a-kind nature, most boutique hotels in Sri Lanka are incredibly luxurious. You can look forward to beautiful suites, serene spas, immaculate gardens and beautiful views. And, if you’re staying in the Kandy area, the rolling hills of the tea plantations are just a stone’s throw away. 

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Experience and explore

Considering its small size, Sri Lanka has a real range of boutique hotels and villas. You can take your pick from the golden beaches of the east coast, rich forests in the Cultural Triangle, the cloud-brushed plantations of Hill Country, and the wildlife-filled national parks. Each hotel has its own character, so where you stay really depends on what you’re looking for.

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Ulagalla by Uga Escapes, for instance, is set in the heart of the Cultural Triangle, giving you a great base for exploring Sigiriya Rock and Polonnaruwa. This tucked-away spot is surrounded by acres of paddy fields and orchards, and there are plenty of activities available, like kayaking and cycling.

Meanwhile, on the outskirts of Yala National Park, Chena Huts by Uga Escapes is perfect for wildlife lovers. Set between a lagoon and the ocean, these luxurious cabins each boast their own private pool – the perfect way to relax after your early-morning safari.

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Off the beaten track

Off the beaten track

On a holiday to Sri Lanka your days are most likely to be filled by ticking off the top attractions, like Sigiriya Rock and Yala National Park. Of course, these sights are not to be missed – but their popularity also means they are, understandably, quite busy. But after an action-packed day, you can retreat to a secluded haven of tranquillity. Many of Sri Lanka’s boutique hotels are nicely tucked away, a little off the tourist track. As well as finding peace and quiet, you’ll also be able to get a more accurate picture of Sri Lanka’s culture. You can chat to local people, try authentic cuisine, and get under the skin of this wonderful country.  

 

Show More
Show Less

First-class service

First-class service

Most boutique hotels have only a small number of rooms. In this case, bigger certainly isn’t better – as you’ll be sharing the space with just a handful of other guests, you can expect the highest levels of service during your stay. With personal touches and friendly staff, there’ll be a real home-from-home felling.

Show More
Show Less

Plus, due to their petite size and one-of-a-kind nature, most boutique hotels in Sri Lanka are incredibly luxurious. You can look forward to beautiful suites, serene spas, immaculate gardens and beautiful views. And, if you’re staying in the Kandy area, the rolling hills of the tea plantations are just a stone’s throw away. 

Show More
Show Less

Unique experiences

Experience and explore

Considering its small size, Sri Lanka has a real range of boutique hotels and villas. You can take your pick from the golden beaches of the east coast, rich forests in the Cultural Triangle, the cloud-brushed plantations of Hill Country, and the wildlife-filled national parks. Each hotel has its own character, so where you stay really depends on what you’re looking for.

Show More
Show Less

Ulagalla by Uga Escapes, for instance, is set in the heart of the Cultural Triangle, giving you a great base for exploring Sigiriya Rock and Polonnaruwa. This tucked-away spot is surrounded by acres of paddy fields and orchards, and there are plenty of activities available, like kayaking and cycling.

Meanwhile, on the outskirts of Yala National Park, Chena Huts by Uga Escapes is perfect for wildlife lovers. Set between a lagoon and the ocean, these luxurious cabins each boast their own private pool – the perfect way to relax after your early-morning safari.

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