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Clarks Hotels & Resorts unveils Celestial Hills in Sri Lanka


Clarks Hotels & Resorts has unveiled its second property, Celestial Hills, in Sri Lanka, strategically positioning the chain to enter the luxury leisure sector and broaden its global footprint. Nestled in Kandy, this boutique luxury resort features 11 private villas with individual plunge pools, outdoor showers, and spacious balconies overlooking Hatana and Knuckle mountain ranges.

The resort includes a local cuisine restaurant with panoramic views, a spa with two treatment rooms offering various therapies, and a pool nestled amid trees for afternoon relaxation. Guests can explore the cultural treasures of Kandy, with UNESCO-listed sites, vibrant markets, and serene lakes, immersing themselves in a cultural journey accompanied by Kandyan drum rhythms and interactions with local artisans.

Rahul Deb Banerjee, Vice President of The Clarks Hotels & Resorts, expressed, “Our strategy encompasses both national and international fronts. Through our distinctive property in Sri Lanka, we aspire to deliver exceptional experiences to travelers. With the Sri Lankan government’s emphasis on promoting tourism and increasing domestic interest, we foresee a rise in tourist activity. We are actively positioning Sri Lanka as our latest international destination, extending our hospitality globally to Indian travelers.”

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