SOON after the devastating tsunami disaster staff of the Eden Resort & Spa worked at a remarkable pace to have the property return to relatively normal conditions.
With the exception of the ground floor rooms, main restaurant, lounge bar, gym and spa all other areas on the ground floor and the rest of the hotel are fully operational. In the interim, the facilities and services of the bar and spa have been temporarily relocated to alternative venues within the hotel thereby giving guests the opportunity to avail of these facilities. All temporarily closed facilities will be fully operational by August 1, 2005.
Having only recently refurbished with a spend of over $2.0 million, the Eden Resort & Spa has a host of new facilities and services.
Warm and richly polished timber floors, built-in teakwood furnishings, four-poster canopy beds wrapped in decorative curtaining, soft furnishing fabrics and textile accents in earth tones of sand, moss and grape, simple décor, mirrored throughout the suite, which includes cast ceramic sculptures and elegant ornaments along with the enhanced services of a personalised check-in / check-out, choice of welcome drinks, separate lounge for relaxation, business center, butler service, special pillow menu with a variety to suit every comfort level all lend to the contemporary style of these rooms and suites. Located on the top floor of the resort, these rooms and suites also offer a breathtaking view of the Indian Ocean.
Understanding the need or finding the time to relax is a challenge for many people in today’s context, for this very reason the Eden Resort & Spa would like to draw attention the wide range of aromatherapy spa treatments and ayurveda relaxation and rejuvenation treatments that are available to help pamper body, mind and soul.
An expatriate manager, 16 therapists, two Ayurvedic doctors, three Thai masseurs and a consultant physician administer varied treatments for the body.
By all accounts Eden Resort & Spa is a reflection of the friendly, hospitable, and exciting cultural fusion that makes Sri Lanka unique.
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