The Kingsbury, Colombo, Sri LankaThe Kingsbury Colombo, located in the heart of Colombo city by the banks of the great Indian Ocean, is really an ode to the golden age of grace and elegance. There are 229 rooms and suites in this regal edifice and all of them face the sea. The Kingsbury Colombo is also business and leisure central with shopping, entertainment, dining, Colombo Stock Exchange, foreign & local banks, World Trade Center, historical sites as well as recreational parks being just a across the road. The Kingsbury is also just five minutes from the Colombo Central Bus Stand and the Colombo Fort Railway Station.
The Kingsbury experience will be a personalized, respectful one where patrons will be treated like royalty in keeping with the promise of bringing back ‘good-old fashioned’ hospitality.
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Offering a multitude of services, The Kingsbury offers endless opportunities to indulge in pursuits of both business and leisure.
- Swimming Pool
- 24-hour In-Room Dining
- Wi-Fi Internet
- Fitness Facilities
- Multilingual Staff
- Sky Lounge
- Children's Amenities
- Babysitting Services
- Business Centre
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Situated at the far end of the famous Galle Face Marine Drive and with the developing Colombo Port; travellers are presented with a fine view of the metropolitan life on one side from the hottest night spots, shopping malls and the best of Colombo’s cultural locations just minutes away, to the glistening Indian Ocean on the other side
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To Live, To Love, Let's give!
"The Kingsbury Nurtures" is our way of sharing the fruits of our labour by nurturing those that need a helping hand.
Junior Ambassador of Goodwill
The Kingsbury believes, if we start start grooming the young consistently, these efforts will be realized when they enter adulthood.
How to apply for
The Kingsbury Junior Ambassador of Goodwill
- Send us a letter or an email describing what you as a child think are the biggest problems children face in Sri Lanka and how we can make Sri Lanka a happier place for children?
- Based on above submission, ten children (10 to 16 years old) will be picked to take part in a final interview with The Kingsbury to be chosen as The Kingsbury Junior Ambassador of Goodwill. This will be an annual opportunity for Sri Lankan children to be groomed in this role.
The Kingsbury postal address:
No. 48, Janadhipathi Mawatha, Colombo 1 or email as at [email protected] by 31st Oct. 2016
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