Recognised as Sri Lanka’s Leading Destination Management Company by voters at the World Travel Awards, Breaking Travel News here talks to Roshan Madurawala, country manager, Aitken Spence Travels, about the prestigious title.
Voters at the World Travel Awards recognised Sri Lanka as Asia’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination and Asia’s Leading Destination at the Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony 2017. Here Breaking Travel News chats with Madubhani Perera, director marketing, Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau to find out what it means to the hospitality sector in the country.
Shaleen Shanthikumar, general manager, Taya Finch, talks to Breaking Travel News as the organisation is recognised as Sri Lanka’s Leading Travel Agency by voters at the World Travel Awards.
With the property recognised as Sri Lanka’s Leading Family Resort by the World Travel Awards, Breaking Travel News here talks with Arosha Pananwala, general manager, Cinnamon Lodge Habarana, to find out more.
Hertz Global Holdings has announced that the Hertz, Dollar and Thrifty brands are now all operating in Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka. The news comes following the signing of a multi-brand partnership agreement with local franchise partner Andrew The Car Rental Company.
More than 153 years after first opening its doors, one of the oldest hotels east of the Suez, The Galle Face Hotel, is preparing to cut the ribbon on a new L’Occitane spa. The new location pays tribute to the property’s glamorous association with Hollywood over the decades.
Cinnamon Life will welcome celebrity chef Australia George Calombaris to the property later this year. He will be in Sri Lanka from June 8th-11th, giving a lucky few an exclusive opportunity to dine, learn and interact with the globally reputed chef.
Mario Taulien appointed general manager of Centara Ceysands Resort & Spa, Sri Lanka. Centara Hotels & Resorts has appointed Mario Taulien, former resident manager at Centara Grand Beach Resort Samui Thailand, to the role of general manager at Centara Ceysands Resort & Spa, Sri Lanka.
Influential tourism experts, innovators and international thought leaders are set to explore future travel and tourism trends at the PATA Annual Summit 2017 in Negombo, Sri Lanka. The Pacific Asia Travel Association has gathered a diverse and dynamic line up of speakers and panellists to share their insights and knowledge at the one-day conference that forms an integral element at this year’s summit.