Lankapage Logo CP 19 YEARS
Go Home Home Serving the Sri Lankan community globally since 2000
go to LankaPage.com

Leading News from Sri Lanka::

* Luxury Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott brands slated to debut In Sri Lanka in 2021
Fri, Oct 5, 2018, 11:02 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Oct 05, Colombo: One Transworks Square (Pvt) Ltd. has announced a plan to bring two luxury brands - The Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott - to Colombo, set within a prestigious, new mixed-use complex that will offer occupants panoramic views of the Indian Ocean.

Poised to cater to both luxury travelers and residents, The Ritz-Carlton, Colombo and JW Marriott Colombo are expected to set a new standard for luxury in Sri Lanka's bustling commercial capital city.

"We are delighted to enter the Sri Lankan market with this iconic project, which also marks the beginning of our relationship with Marriott International," said Jaideep Wahi, Chief Marketing Officer, One Transworks Square (Pvt) Ltd. "Both properties are designed to be a captivating haven that complement our efforts to create the city's most exciting and luxurious lifestyle destination. Introducing The Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott brands to Sri Lanka is sure to spark phenomenal interest locally and internationally."

"The One" luxury project will be composed of three gleaming glass towers set on four million square feet of prime property at Transworks Square, Colombo 1. In addition to The Ritz-Carlton, Colombo and JW Marriott Colombo, the complex will include a combination of offices and residences, high-end retail, a banquet hall, collective fine dining experiences and a helipad. Set to soar 300 meters high, The Ritz-Carlton, Colombo and JW Marriott Colombo will be built in adjacent towers, with the third tower slated to be South Asia's tallest building at 376 meters high and 92 floors. A beautifully restored heritage structure is also a part of this project, connecting visitors to "The One" to Sri Lanka's history.

The Ritz-Carlton, Colombo will feature 200 luxuriously appointed guestrooms and 187 branded residences that feature the brand's legendary service, exemplary amenities and elegant design with a local touch. It will offer guests and residents four dining options, including a specialty restaurant, as well as two lounges, a pool bar and a signature Ritz-Carlton Spa.

JW Marriott Colombo will boast 250 contemporary hotel rooms and 218 residences on high floors that will offer stunning views of the destination. Dining options will include three, best-in-class culinary outlets and a lobby lounge, with an additional 1,870 square meters of banquet space for intimate ceremonies, social gatherings and business meetings.

"The Ritz-Carlton, Colombo and JW Marriott Colombo will mark Marriott International's entry into Sri Lanka's luxury market - a milestone achievement as we continue to increase our presence in this dynamic, rapidly growing country," said Paul Foskey, Chief Development Officer, Asia Pacific, Marriott International. "We see potential for future growth in Sri Lanka and look forward to partnering with One Transworks Square in introducing our diverse luxury offering.

 

ColomboPage - Recent 10 Stories ::
MP Kavinda resigns from PSC looking into Easter Sunday attacks, Minister Rajitha and JVP MP Nalinda appointed instead
-- [3 hours ago]
Sri Lankan linked to Easter Sunday bombings arrested in Myanmar
-- [3 hours ago]
Trendy Hub brings runway fashion to flagship store in Colpetty
-- [4 hours ago]
Sri Lanka's National Carrier shares the spirit of Vesak with passengers at BIA
-- [4 hours ago]
Minister Bathiudeen denies exerting pressure on Army Commander to release anyone
-- [5 hours ago]
Sri Lanka Tamil party condemns President's act of pardoning extremist Buddhist monk
No agreement to set up a US base in Sri Lanka - envoy
Top Vatican envoy holds discussions with Sri Lanka Prime Minister on recent attacks
Special police inquiry into the Divaina report that claimed sterilization of 4000 Sinhala Buddhist women by Muslim doctor
Sri Lanka President pardons controversial Buddhist monk serving time for contempt of court

Copyright © 2000, 2016 by LankaPage.com (LLC) :
The news and other contents on ColomboPage are copyrighted property of LankaPage.com, LLC. Any unauthorized use of any information on ColomboPage may constitute a violation of copyright laws. You need written permission to reproduce, republish, post, transmit, broadcast or distribute, material from this site from LankaPage.com, LLC. However, news organizations or broadcasters in Sri Lanka may republish the news items in ColomboPage with proper acknowledgment to ColomboPage.