Colombo, Sri Lanka
At a Glance
Design led hotel with some interesting artwork using recycled material
Relaxing pool area and spacious courtyard
Centrally located close to the University of Colombo and a number of Embassies
Ideal for first or last stops in Sri Lanka, perfect base for a lovely heritage city walk and to visit Dutch hospital.
Choice of good dining options available, Scarlet Room, Cloud Nine, serving Asian and European cuisines.
We would recommend staying in a Suite or Superior Deluxe Room as the Deluxe Rooms are more focused on business guests.Emma Mark
Don't miss an evening cocktail at the Loft Lounge Bar. Fridays and Saturdays are particularly buzzing in this bar.Emma Mark
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Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Colombo Courtyard or take a look at our itineraries to Colombo
With a modern and contemporary feel, Colombo Courtyard is a good choice for those looking for a base for a night or two in the center of Sri Lanka's capital city. Each room is different in design and finished to a high standard. The bathrooms are particularly spacious and almost all rooms have baths as well as showers.
Designed by Sri Lankan environmental designer Sunela Jaywardene, Colombo Courtyard has some very interesting pieces of art on show including a 'tree' made up of old bicycles that winds its way up the stairwell of the hotel.
There is a sizeable pool in the courtyard with sun loungers to relax on after a hot day's exploring the city and a very popular roof terrace restaurant. The Loft Lounge bar wouldn't look out of place in central London and attracts a cosmopolitan crowd from around the city. Much of the furniture in the bar is made from recycled materials including bar stools fashioned from old tractor seats.
Colombo Courtyard also has the Ariyanna Spa for ad hoc treatments including massage and facials.
Colombo Courtyard has 32 rooms with three different categories: Deluxe, Superior Deluxe and Suite. The rooms are elegant in style and are equipped with all the expected modern amenities to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Some of the rooms and suites have a private courtyard or balcony.
Location & Directions
Colombo, Sri Lanka
When to go
From May to August the Yala monsoon brings rain to the island’s southwestern half, while the dry season here lasts from December to March. There is also an inter-monsoonal period in October and November when rain can occur in many parts of the island. Colombo and the low-lying coastal regions have an average temperature of 27°C.