Tri - a glimpse
Koggala Lake, Galle
A stunning collection of suites and villas located right on the picturesque banks of Koggala Lake in the south of Sri Lanka, Tri is a real haven of tranquillity and contemporary luxury.
At a Glance
Panoramic Koggala lake views, just 30 minutes from Galle
Remote and secluded, offering a true escape
Contemporary eco design that offers something a little different from the rest of Sri Lanka
Just 15 minutes from the beach, and not far from Sri Lanka's whale watching hub of Mirissa
Enjoy a complimentary yoga class with the owner's wife, Lara Baumann a yogi who specializes is Quantum yoga and founder of a yoga school.Scarlett Richard
Head up to the top of the water towers for a sundowner - unparalleled views and an honesty barJack Mace
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Tri or take a look at our itineraries to the south coast of Sri Lanka
Tri is set in luscious tropical gardens with views over the majestic Koggala lake, with an impressive, ancient banyan tree taking center-stage in the resort's pristine, landscaped surroundings. A meandering pathway leads you around the stunning gardens, past the striking cinnamon clad Water Tower to a three-storey building housing the hotel's contemporary spa, library and yoga shala.
Each of Tri's elegant and spacious Lake Suites and Lake Villas features a garden roof, bordered by swaying bamboo trees to provide privacy and enjoy picturesque views of the lake gardens. Some even benefit from a private plunge pool allowing the perfect space to cool off from the midday sun. The hotel's main infinity pool reaches out towards the lake and sits above a dining space with stunning views. Alcoves with cushioned day beds surround the pool area and also enjoy spectacular lake vistas. Tri Hotel truly captures the essence of paradise on earth and is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of Sri Lanka's metropolitan centers.
Location & Directions
Koggala Lake, Galle
Tri is located in the heart of the Koggala lake just a short drive from Galle on the southern coast of 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.