The Kingsbury Hotel

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The Kingsbury Hotel (formerly the Ceylon Continental Hotel Colombo and the Ceylon Inter-Continental Hotel), is a hotel building with 9 storeys in the city center of Colombo, Sri Lanka. It was built by construction magnate, Mr. U. N. Gunasekera. The owner is Hotel Services (Ceylon) PLC, which is a subsidiary of Hayleys PLC.[1] The hotel was the first five-star hotel to be built in Sri Lanka. It was refurbished and reopened in January 2013.[1]

The hotel is located about 100 yards away from the waterfront, just west of the World Trade Center and offers 250 rooms plus suites.

Address[edit]

48, Janadhipathi Mawatha Colombo, Sri Lanka.


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b The Kingsbury is unveiled

External links[edit]

  • [1] — Official Website

Coordinates: 6°56′6.71″N 79°50′30.78″E / 6.9351972°N 79.8418833°E / 6.9351972; 79.8418833