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* Sri Lanka's LP gas supplier to open first of their hotel chain Anantaya next month
Sat, Jan 4, 2014, 01:03 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Jan 03, Colombo: Laugfs Leisure Limited, the leisure sector and fully-owned subsidiary of Sri Lanka's LP gas supplier Laugfs Gas PLC has completed the construction of their first hotel of a proposed hotel chain Anantaya Resorts & Spa at Bangadeniya in Chilaw in the northwest.

In a stock market disclosure the company announced that the 87-room hotel commenced its construction in December 2011 and completed exactly within a space of 2 years.

The small luxury hotel, sandwiched by the Indian Ocean and Chilaw lagoon, is located at a picturesque site in Bangadeniya, 66 km north of the Bandaranaike International Airport.

The four-star hotel which will cater to the high-end clientele will be a prime destination for MICE tourism.

Anantaya Resorts & Spa will be ceremonially opened and commence commercial operations in early February, the company said.

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