Colombo 7's newest hotel rooftop bar, at Jetwing's first ever Colombo property.
According to folklore, this is a waterfall with a bottomless pool. Be careful to not drown and die.
A luxury day spa Down South.
The Mövenpick's rooftop bar.
A lean luxury spot in Ahangama
A quirky boutique hotel on the rocky Talpe shore.
Shangri-La's first foray into Sri Lanka, a full-service resort in the Deep South.
Apparently built among the ruins of a Dutch fortalice, the Closenberg Hotel is an exquisite Colonial structure dating back to the 1800s.
A beautiful beach front luxury resort past Galle.
A lovely little escape in the suburbs
Whipping up some mouthwatering Sri Lankan and Western/ Fusion cuisine, Kaduruketha's restaurant is elegant and mouthwatering.
One of the Fort's quintessential spots for accommodation and breakfast.
හරිම ලස්සන වගේම තරමක් ගැඹුරු මුහුදු තීරයක් අයිනේ පිහිටලා තියෙන හම්බන්තොට පීකෝක්…
It’s called the swimming club, so this ought to be a good place for a swim - and it is. Apart from splashing it out in the pool, you can also dive into their excellent club-level food.
Of Colombo’s 5 star hotel pools we are partial to the one at Cinnamon Lakeside. It’s probably the most recently refurbished of the big hotel pools and with its Beira-side views, deep blue tinge,…
The pink pool at Casa Colombo is less of a pool and more an indulgent pink wallowing hole, though you can manage a few ‘lengths’ at the far end. It works, though, as Casa is more of a fantasy…
Well you really can’t do one without the other - Mount Lavinia Hotel and the Galle Face Hotel are Colombo’s colonial duo. So we headed to the GFH’s famed salt water pool. That’s right, no chlorine here,…
Sea bathing at Mount Lavinia was an old colonial tradition and for over a century the Mt Lavinia hotel has been the place for an afternoon swim. The swimming pool itself is a modern creation and, well,…