CHC meal price slashed to promote domestic tourism
OFFER: CEO Hotels Corporation Anura Lokuhetty said that taking cue
from some of the remarks made by President Mahinda Rajapaksa to provide
affordable meals to the local travellers at all their properties and CHC
has decided to reduce the prices.
President had said that some meals provided at government rest houses
are very expensive and are almost beyond reach of the local travellers.
â€śIn a bid to promote domestic tourism and provide economical meals we
have taken a lead and have reduced our food and beverages rates by 20
percent,â€ť he said.
He said that in some of their properties they are providing complete
meal for less than Rs. 100. Also a member of the Galle Face Hotel Group,
Lokuhetty said they have been promoting domestic tourism for over three
In addition Ceylon Hotels Corporation also provides very attractively
priced and affordable holiday solutions especially designed for â€śSenior
Citizensâ€ť (i.e. elderly and pensioners) seeking peace and tranquility
with an experience that they can both enjoy and treasure.
Ceylon Hotels Corporationâ€™s diverse collection of 24 hotels, rest
houses, resorts and restaurants located in the most picturesque and
prominent towns, some within minutes to renowned historical sites and
Gift vouchers, a host of local packages and one, two or three night
guided tours, which include transportation, visits to historic/cultural
sites, meals, accommodation (i.e. Grand Ella Motel, Tissamaharama
Resort, Queenâ€™s Hotel Kandy, Polonnaruwa Rest House, etc) and en-route
stopovers (Ambepussa Rest House, Bentota Avanahalla, Weligama Bay Inn or
Habarana Rest House) are available for individuals or groups.
More details are available on www.ceylonhotels.lk (SS)