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 stories 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.


48, Janadhipathi Mawatha Colombo, Sri Lanka.


  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