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Anantara joins Sri Lanka’s international tourism drive

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Anantara Hotels, Resorts and Spas’ properties in Sri Lanka will reopen their doors for international visitors soon — Anantara Kalutara Resort is set to welcome international guests from February 6, 2021, and Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort from February 22, 2021.

The two resorts have been certified by the government as Level 1 ‘Safe and Secure’ to welcome international travellers as part of the country’s ‘bio-bubble’ approach to revive tourism.

As per Sri Lanka’s new tourism safety protocols, international travellers have the flexibility to stay in several of the certified hotels during their initial 14-day bio-bubble period.

While Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort is surrounded by a 22-acre coconut plantation, a golden sandy crescent beach and turquoise ocean, Anantara Kalutara Resort is uniquely secluded between the Indian Ocean and Kalu Ganga River; and is located on the coast south of Colombo, a one-hour drive from Bandaranaike International Airport. Along with luxurious accommodation, guests staying at these resorts can enjoy a wide range of cuisines and experiences.

Anantara’s “Stay With Peace of Mind” programme ensures high standards of health and safety of guests and staff.

Anantara Tangalle and Anantara Kalutara are offering an interesting package ‘Enjoy a Night on us’ for guests:

Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort

  • Stay for three nights, pay for two – or stay for six nights and pay for four.
  • Stay for seven nights or more and receive complimentary dinner throughout the stay.
  • Resort credit of US$ 75 redeemable at any restaurant, bar or at Anantara Spa (for Room bookings).
  • Complimentary couple’s massage (for Villa bookings).

Accommodation at Anantara Kalutara Resort

  • Stay for three nights, pay for two – or stay for six nights and pay for four.
  • Stay for five nights or more and receive complimentary dinner throughout the stay.
  • Resort credit of US$ 75 redeemable at any restaurant, bar or at Anantara Spa (for room bookings).
  • Complimentary couple’s massage (for Villa and Suite bookings).

In terms of exploring Sri Lanka, currently, the nation’s ‘bio-bubble’ approach allows international travellers to visit select attractions, including Udawalawe and Yala National Parks in the south of the country, Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, and whale watching from Mirissa.

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