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Sri Lanka’s Club Palm Bay named the 11th Best All-Inclusive Hotel in Asia

Sri Lanka’s Club Palm Bay named the 11th Best All-Inclusive Hotel in Asia

Ada Derana: Club Palm Bay, one of the first resorts in Sri Lanka to offer an all-inclusive stay for guests, has been named the best All-Inclusive Resort in Sri Lanka and the 11th best in Asia at TripAdvisor’s Traveler’s Choice: Best of the Best Awards for 2023.
Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best is awarded to hotels with a high volume of above-and-beyond reviews and opinions from the TripAdvisor community for over 12 months. Each winner has also passed TripAdvisor’s rigorous trust and safety standards. Fewer than 1% of Tripadvisor’s 8 million listings are awarded Best of the Best, signifying the highest level of excellence in hospitality.

Club Palm Bay commenced its operations in 1997 and since then has been the preferred all-inclusive resort for international and local guests in Sri Lanka. Known for its unique location between the Marawila Lagoon and the Negombo beach, the resort spans 30 acres of land and offers a host of activities for its guests from golfing, kayaking, tennis, and water aerobics to live entertainment.

Club Palm Bay’s incomparable F&B offering is one of the key highlights of a guest’s stay, and was awarded with five medals at the recently concluded Café 2023: Culinary Art Food Expo organized by the Chefs Guild of Lanka.

“Club Palm Bay prides itself in providing exceptional Sri Lankan hospitality to all our guests. This achievement reinforces the resort’s efforts to be among some of the best resorts in Asia. This award is a testimony to the efforts made by all the staff at Club Palm Bay,” said Amrit Rajaratnam – Managing Director, York Hotel Management Services Limited.

OSL take:

Sri Lanka’s tourism industry has received much publicity in the international media as a must visit tourist destination while the authorities continue to engage in promotional campaigns targeting new tourist source markets. It is in such a backdrop that a local tourist business in the leisure and hospitality sector has gained international recognition. There has been a steady growth in tourist arrivals to the country, showing signs of the industry returning to pre-pandemic and pre-economic crisis levels. The growth in Sri Lanka’s tourism industry has drawn the attention of many international leisure and hospitality brands expressing interest in entering Sri Lanka. Given the growth and business potential in Sri Lanka’s tourism industry, foreign businesses/investors could explore the expanding opportunities in the industry.

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