The Clarks Hotels and Resorts opens its first property in Sri Lanka

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The Clarks Hotels and Resorts strengthens its footprints in Sri Lanka by opening The Albatross Golf Resort in Kandy. They are aiming to promote the country to Indian travellers and take advantage of the growing Sri Lankan business and leisure travel market. The brand is aggressively looking for expansion in the neighbouring country by opening properties in different key locations in Sri Lanka, a spokesman said.

The Albatross Golf Resort Digana, Kandy by The Clarks is perched on top of ‘The Coconut Hill’ and has the Pidurutalagala peak as its backdrop. The property is in close proximity to an 18 hole golf course with breathtaking views of the hills and the Victoria reservoir. It is centrally located, and is in close proximity to the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy and the Pallekelle International Cricket Stadium. The resort is frequented by many well-known international golfers, celebrities, business tycoons, entrepreneurs, and international test cricketers, he added.

This upscale property has eight modern rooms divided into three categories – The Royal Albatross Suite, The Tee off Suite and Deluxe Rooms catering to guests from all over the globe. The Royal Albatross Suite provides a fascinating wide-span view of the famed Hunnasgiriya, Hanguranketha, Galaha and Piduruthalagala mountain ranges, a golf course, the Victoria Waterways and Dam. The magnificent suite boasts of a private balcony, jacuzzi, rain shower, butler service, and equipped with other modern amenities, he added.

Rahul Deb Banerjee, Vice President, The Clarks Hotels and Resorts said, “As a part of corporate strategy we are expanding both nationally and internationally. We are present in almost all the states of India and we recently have also opened a unique property in Sri Lanka. We are price conscious and believe in providing value for money to our travelers. This is the best time to be in the tourism industry, with the Sri Lankan government pushing tourism, and the pandemic has changed the attitude towards traveling, coming days will witness a further increase in tourism. We are also now promoting Sri Lanka and The Maldives as our new international destinations.”

This is the best time to be in the tourism industry, with the Sri Lankan government pushing tourism, and the pandemic has changed the attitude towards traveling, the coming days will witness a further increase in tourism, he added.