The dramatic and sultry Tintagel property is located in central Colombo, close to Colombo Town Hall, National Art Gallery and Sinhalese Sports Club. The hotel was previously home to three of Sri Lanka’s political leaders, making it an important structure of national heritage. This unique and intimate hotel boasts ten high-ceilinged suites with timber floors, lavishly decorated with a unique blend of color, texture and atmosphere. The spacious bathrooms feature rain showers, bathtubs and large vanities. All rooms include complimentary WiFi, LCD TV screens with DVD/CD players, a minibar, tea- and coffee-making facilities and Egyptian cotton bedding. Selected suites come with a private courtyard or a balcony. There are a range of dining facilities including an alfresco restaurant, a chic indoor restaurant offering international cuisine, a private dining room and a bar with black leather lounges and bronze tables. Other facilities and services of the hotel include a spa with optional in-room service, swimming pool, gym, steam room, library and courtyard.
Location: The Tintagel is located in the middle of the city, surrounded by upmarket residences and shops. It’s approximately a 45-minute drive away from the airport and five minutes’ walk from Odel Shopping Mall, the most desirable shopping location in the area.
History: Colombo was one of the most popular East-West trade routes in centuries past. The Tintagel, a colonial mansion that takes one back in time, echoes such history.
Service: The Tintagel is widely-known for its unbeatable, bespoke service, and its friendly, warm staff.
The Tintagel boasts 10 individually-designed chic suites to accommodate even the most discerning of guests, whether on business or pleasure. Each room features modern and elegant design throughout, and comes with air-conditioning, ceiling fans, mini bar, direct dial phone, personal safe, a private courtyard, a private balcony and / or lounge, and a king-size bed.
Located on the resort's first two floors, these suites measure up to 505-square-feet, and feature a bedroom with separate living area, and courtyard or balcony. The interior decor features earth tones, and hand-finished mosaic tiled bathrooms.
These large well-appointed suites are a honeymoon favorite, featuring separate living rooms , with either a private courtyard or balcony. The interior decor features earth tones, as well as Bose iPod docking stations among other state-of-the-art touches.
Guests who enjoy some exercise can make good use of the hotel’s swimming pool and fitness center, and may enjoy a luxurious steam in the hotel’s own steam room thereafter.
The Tintagel’s well-appointed spa and salon is the place where guests go to look and feel their best, offering hair and beauty treatments, as well optional in-room service.
Literary-inclined guests will enjoy the hotel’s private library lounge, featuring a wide range of leather bound books, international publications, as well as computers and TVs.
This inviting lobby lounge is grand and luxurious, featuring antique-white woven armchairs and thick, polished concrete tabletops. Guests can enjoy alfresco dining here under the shade of sun umbrellas.
The hotel’s Dining Room is chic dining at its finest, serving up international cuisine. With chairs upholstered with soft leather and black lacquered tables contrasted by white linens, the decor is smart and inviting.
For guests seeking a more intimate dining experience, the private dining room is available, which can seat up to 30 people. Set menus are provided featuring canapés and petit fours, and guests may choose their preferred decor.
The hotel’s Red Bar is ideal for socializing over drinks, in an exclusive atmosphere, featuring black leather lounge chairs and bronze tables.
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