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Divine Villa opens in Heenatigala Galle

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Founded by French Travel Enthusiasts – Christophe and Diane Chambre, the 200 perch property. The cascading design and feature interiors of this sustainably built property comes from the mastery of Sri Lankan Architect – Manjula Kalhara De Silva, and Engineer – Mahesh Nandana, inspired by property Co-Founder – Diane Chambre. The property is rooted in Sri Lankan-styled architecture, whilst being inspired by French-living.

Speaking with Co-Founder, Divine Villa, Heenatigala – Christophe Chambre stated: “The Rs. 200 million property was created to cater to the modern, environmentally conscious traveller and promises an escape that brings to life the essence of paradise, serenity and a truly tropical experience. Whilst the world continues to be ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic, the facts remain that the Travel & Tourism industry will once again boom and in with it will Sri Lanka’s popularity as a tourist destination”

The property consists of five luxury villa-style suites that overlook a garden, plantations, paddy fields and the mountain-silhouette filled horizon. The Ambalama style restaurant & bar is designed to offer a truly unique Sri Lankan experience, offering international cuisine and dining options for its in-house guests. The property also provides guests with access to a private fitness pavilion, spa & wellness pavilion, meditation & relaxation area, as well as the unique tea-plucking experience.

Concluding, Co-Founder, Divine Villa, Heenatigalla – Diane Chambre noted: “In 2010 after numerous holidays around the world, we visited Sri Lanka for the first time and fell in love with the beauty of this paradise nation and its unique island-hospitality. Sri Lanka continues to be the wonder of Asia and we are confident that with the influx of tourists, with the subsequent ease of travel restrictions internationally that Sri Lanka’s hospitality industry will once again gain traction.”

In addition, the property provides a boost to the local economy with all food items sourced locally and the provision of jobs, and supplier-ship for locals from the nearby village.

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