One of Sri Lanka’s newest, and most stylish resorts, Tri sets fresh standards in luxury and ecologically responsible tourism. Set beside an ancient, mangrove-lined lake.
The most inspired designers have taken nature’s materials and created a symphony of living walls, green roofs and stylish villas made of recycled wood and entirely local materials. The result is a beautiful contemporary resort gathered around a soaring water tower that gives 360 degree panoramic views of the lake and surrounding countryside.
If you’re a convinced eco-tourist you’ll find that staying in Tri, during your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Sri Lanka, demonstrates the way forward for preserving as well as enjoying the planet. You’ll also find that Tri is the perfect spot for tranquil relaxation – as well as a great base for exploring the beaches dotted along the shores of the Indian Ocean, the enchanting local culture and the picturesque living fort at Galle.
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Tri, at a glance
- New, designer chic hotel on the banks of one of Sri Lanka’s most tranquil lakes
- Just 2½ hours from Colombo International Airport by expressway
- Choice of just 10 extremely stylish suites, villas and water tower rooms
- Villas stand on raised platforms in individual settings reached by stone stairs
- Many offer private pools
- Water tower rooms have king-size beds and swish designer bathrooms
- Glorious views of the lake and surrounding countryside
- Elegant modern restaurant serving Sri Lankan cuisine with a contemporary twist, and fusion food.
For leisure and pleasure
- Large range of on-water activities, including boat trips across serene Koggala Lake
- Ayurvedic treatments and massage
- Trips to nearby Koggala Beach to bathe in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean
- Excellent base for visiting the historic fort at Galle, just 25 minutes away
- Go beach-hopping along the coast to Mirissa, Midigama, Dalawella and Unawatuna by traditional tuc tuc
- Hiyare Reservoir Sanctuary with its indigenous wildlife is also accessible