The Blue Water Hotel has a unique culture of embracing staff and guests alike, with many of the existing staff being part of the extended family since the hotels inception. It’s among the best Sri Lanka beach hotels, marries luxury and comfort with iconic scenery and endless tropical hospitality. Resort’s giant swimming pool winding through the main lobby area and through to the fabulous manicured gardens underneath the coconut palms. The Blue Water Hotel is designed by the iconic Geoffrey Bawa witch operative since 1997

The Blue water    Wadduwa

Paradise Road - The Villa Bentota is housed in the restored Mohotti Walauwa, an 1880s Dutch ancestral home. This was converted into Sri Lanka’s first boutique hotel by renowned architect Geoffrey Bawa at the end of the 1970s and retains many of his signature designs

Paradise Road The Villa


The Grand Oriental Hotel was officially opened on 5 November 1875, and had 154 luxury and semi-luxury room In 1966 Geoffrey Bawa was appointed to remodel the hotel, During this period the hotel went through major changes with the bank taking over a section of the hotel. The hotel was reduced to 54 rooms and the garden too disappeared. Geoffrey Bawa creating the Harbour Room, a restaurant on the fourth floor directly overlooking the Colombo Harbour. During this period the hotel's original was restored and the country's first night club, the Blue Leopard, located in the basement of the hotel opened

Grand Oriental Hotel   Colombo

The tower block and linking pool was designed by architect Geoffrey Bawa in 1974, and the work was completed in 1977 The deluxe wing of the hotel was destroyed almost completely in the "Friday the Thirteenth" fire in February 1981 However the main building of the hotel remained unharmed because of the high-rise wall in between the two buildings In 1984 the Taj Group of Hotels acquired the hotel for a 100-year lease from the Spencer's Group.The oldest part of the hotel is that built in the 1880s and 1890s

Taj Connemara     Chennai

Heritage Madurai was built in 1923 as the residence for the British officers of the Madura coats In the 1970s the renowned Srilankan architect .Geoffery Bawa built the club house on the grounds of the officer’s bungalows within 20 miles of Madurai he created a landmark Bawa structure 17-acre resort, and experience the Madurai of distant past. Its a signature Luxury Resort in the ‘Temple City’, Madurai in Tamil Nadu, South India Within a career that spanned 40 years Geoffrey Bawa came to be regarded as one of the most respected and inspired architects in the world. Bawa excelled in building in a natural environment, creating spaces that blended the outside with the inside.

Heritage Madurai     Madurai