Unique Towers: Luxury boutique suites of Colombo



ARAB NEWS

Published — Monday 4 February 2013

Last update 3 February 2013 11:19 pm

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Unique Towers’ luxury boutiques suites are an exclusive accommodation at the heart of the Colombo city.
It stays true to its name, being the first luxury suites of its kind in Sri Lanka.
There are four special room types one can choose from to best suit their needs, from a one bedroom suite to a four bedroom suite, starting with a special offer at $ 200 a night. With ample accommodation options, Unique Towers appeals to all traveler.
Each suite is fully furnished with a functional workspace, a grand dining area and spacious bedrooms — all at a bargain price! Our commodious suites allow free movement around the rooms, keeping a cozy atmosphere to dwellers. This will keep visitors feeling at home away from home! In addition to accommodation options, this prime tower proudly offers guests free wireless Internet connection — a top bonus for business travelers and family groups alike; with this provided facility, you will be able to carry on with work duties, network with colleagues or catch up with friends and relatives.
Besides these lush facilities and generous amenities, Unique Towers provides a family-friendly atmosphere with a no-smoking, no-alcoholic beverages atmosphere and policy. The tower’s high-class facilities include a well-equipped, functional gym that is complimentary to guests and our very own restaurant that caters to every meal of the day.
“Our dining experience invites you to princely meals whether it is breakfast for two or dinner for a larger group — in addition to complimentary breakfasts for our guests,” said a spokesperson.
Conveniently and strategically located at 30 Hyde Park Corner along Colombo 2, shopping districts are only walking distance away, with local retail chains like ‘No Limit/Glitz’ within the exclusive vicinity.
More information available on uniquetowers.lk.
Email: [email protected]

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