The most unique luxury boutique hotels in Sri Lanka

Vil Uyana – Sigiriya

Harper’s Bazaar calls it the best Eco Luxury Hotel in Sri Lanka – stay at Jetwing Vil Uyana and see how it lives up to its expectations. Built among the reed beds and paddy fields over the first man-made lake since Parakramabahu I, Vil Uyana lies in the shadow of the historic rock fortress Sigiriya. This astounding nature reserve with its wetland system of lakes and reed beds is a groundbreaking project in the Sri Lankan hospitality industry. The comfortable and relaxing rooms are placed within the paddy fields itself. Enjoy rural simplicity with modern luxury at Vil Uyana. It is conveniently located for you to be a part of Pan Lanka’s tours to the ancient cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa, while exploring the Sigiriya Fortress, Ritigala Monastery and Minneriya National Park. Habarana elephant rides are also an unforgettable experience.

Stafford Bungalow – Ragala, Nuwara Eliya

Nestled in a picturesque highland hamlet, just 40 mins from Nuwara Eliya is the elegant heritage bungalow of Stafford Estate. Built in 1884 by a Scottish tea planter, it is full of old-world charm of the colonial era, paired with luxury amenities. Stafford Bungalow has an inviting distinguished ambience, plenty of space and freedom, and offers you much more than a conventional hotel. Located in the Central Highlands, it gives you access to everything from Pan Lanka’s Tea Factory visits to nature adventures at the Horton Plains and botanical gardens.

Jungle Beach – Kuchchaveli, Trincomalee

This exclusive hideaway is sprawled over 10 acres of shrub jungle, just 50 metres from a pristine private beach on the east coast of Sri Lanka. Its 48 well appointed eco cabins blend beautifully into the natural environment allowing you to enjoy your stay amidst the tranquil wilderness in the lap of luxury. Cabins at the resort are all connected to the main restaurant, the beach and the swimming pool by paved walkways where birds, monkeys and squirrels are at play in their natural habitat. Jungle Beach Resort is an ideal place to stay if you want to explore the Eastern Sri Lanka with Pan Lanka’s Trincomalee tour.

Aditya – Galle

Rated one of Sri Lanka’s finest boutique hotels, Aditya offers a distinctively luxurious environment, an exquisite private beachside location and discreet personalized service. Its indoor gardens, waterways, and terraces have been designed with utmost care to create a serene atmosphere that pleases the mind and the eye. All 12 suites at Aditya feature lavish amenities and a private plunge pool. Situated on the stunning south coast of Sri Lanka, Aditya provides wonderful opportunities for you to join Pan Lanka’s whale watching tour, Galle Fort tour, cycling tour and Galle culinary tour.

Cape Weligama – Weligama

Designed by renowned Asian architect Lek Bunnag, Cape Weligama is laid out in a village style over 12 acres atop a promontory rising 36 metres above the Indian Ocean. All of the generously-sized contemporary individual villas with stylish interiors are each set in a well manicured garden. Strategically built into the natural slopes of the headland, Cape Weligama offers magnificent panoramic views. The Resort is ideal for Pan Lanka’s whale watching expedition at Mirissa and Galle Fort tour.

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