Maniumpathy House, Colombo
Outstanding service and facilities, giving you the 5* experience
Our rating: Luxury | Property style: Boutique Hotel
Maniumpathy is a stately heritage house ideally located in the heart of Colombo’s city centre, offering tranquility and style. The century-old house is made up of eight double rooms, each with its own unique design, antique furniture and fittings which boast luxurious heritage. The small outdoor pool is a welcome retreat from the heat, whilst the terrace restaurant is a lovely location for a meal after sightseeing. The Grand Ebony Room offers a vintage dining experience for up to 16 guests in the traditional dining room, atmospherically lit by antique chandeliers. Maniumpathy House is within walking distance of restaurants, bars, cafes, museums, theatres, art galleries and other iconic sights, making it an ideal base to explore Colombo.
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