Yes they are – our properties also feature dedicated family suites that come with separate rooms for maids.
Yes they do, each of the properties features their array of well-curated excursions to nearby attractions.
Rates vary depending on the room types that are available at each of our properties but there are plenty of room types to choose from which would fit the budgets of every type of Travellers. Speak with our agents on live chat to know more.
Everything from international favorites to traditional Sri Lankan food is included in the A’la carte food menu across the properties of Araliya. There is also fusion cuisine as well as extensive buffets that feature are a variety of food items of various food cultures.
The accommodation options at all of the hotel properties come replete with a host of eco-friendly amenities, and a slew of in-room facilities. Apart from that, the hotels feature swimming pools (heated pools in Nuwara Eliya), gymnasiums, nightclubs, entertainment facilities and more.
Sri Lanka features warm sunny weather during most times of the year and it is humid and warm in the coastal as well as the arid zones of the island while it is cold and misty in the hill country.
The best time to visit Sri Lanka is from December to March – during this period you could visit the south-west and central regions of the island. April to September is the best time to explore the north and eastern regions of the country.
Being an island destination, a week of travel could take you through many of the island’s iconic attractions. But for a wholesome tour experience, one should at least spend two weeks on the island.
Light and comfortable clothing is the ideal type of garments that you should wear when you are in coastal regions and arid zones such as Polonnaruwa. If you are at the highlands in cities such as Nuwara Eliya, you would need thick garments that would keep you warm. However, regardless of where you are, when you are visiting temples and other holy sites you should dress modestly covering your shoulders and knees.