A tranquil hideaway on the banks of Koggala Lake, Tri – Sri Lanka’s first luxury sustainable design hotel – is available for exclusive use. Starting at just $3800 per night on an exclusive basis, the hotel is the perfect setting for a private party, family reunion, corporate takeover or wellness retreat. Sleeping up to 22 guests in 11 suites and villas, and catering for up to 100, Tri is an ideal location for celebrations large and small.
For private parties and celebratory dinners, the lakeside hideaway is transformed for elaborate al fresco dining, while destination weddings see the hotel bedecked with flowers, lanterns and candles for the exchanging of vows. Guests are treated to traditional Sri Lankan flavours, with menus tailored to guests’ tastes and preferences, and the hotel can organise for performances from local musicians and bands, offering guests the chance to add Sri Lankan flair to any event with indigenous ‘Devil Dancers’. The next morning guests can unwind with private access to Tri’s spa, rejuvenate with a brunch of traditional hoppers and feel-good smoothies packed full of local fruits and vegetables, or try their hand at creating their own with a Sri Lankan cookery demonstration.
Home to a glass-walled library and host of communal spaces, Tri is an ideal location for corporate takeovers and conferences. Designed with modular furniture, the library can be re-arranged for lectures and informal workshops, while the team can organise a programme of team-building activities and island adventures. Those looking to head off-grid can create personalised or group wellness plans to combine Ayurvedic spa treatments taking advantage of Tri’s wellness facilities, yoga flows and nourishing Sri Lankan dishes, curated to balance the individual’s dominant doshas.
Whilst Tri’s lakeside location exudes tranquillity and isolation, the 11-key hotel sits close by the walled city of Galle and just a short drive from several of the country’s most vibrant beaches, making it a gateway to Sri Lanka’s sun-drenched south coast. Tri’s private concierge can arrange a bespoke programme of activities to explore the surrounding landscape, including private surf lessons at nearby beaches, walking tours around the historic town of Galle Fort, and visits to working tea estates. Nature-lovers can set out on a private whale watching tour along the island’s south coast, while party animals can spend days at one of the many surrounding beach clubs. Closer to home, small parties can explore Tri’s neighbouring islands via the hotel’s dhoni, while larger groups can opt to charter a private yacht for a day of island discovery.