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Staying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri is an unforgettable experience. It is one of those places, hidden down a dirt road, that opens up to an otherworldly escape. With an emphasis on sustainable luxury, Hotel Tri provides an opportunity for guests to experience Sri Lanka’s nature in a serene setting. Staying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri Review

Staying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri Review
Staying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri Review

Upon arriving at the hotel, the intimate greeting is just a taste of what the stay will be like. It’s hard not to be mesmerized by the still water of the pool that jets out with a view over the lake and that iconic single palm tree. The main house is a multi level building, with a restaurant and pool terrace, all opening up to the lake. With a design philosophy rooted in sustainability and a core focus on the Golden Ratio, each element at Hotel Tri reflects just that. The 11 suites set on the six acre hill are flushed with greenery and living walls, blending seamlessly into the surroundings. It’s simply beautiful.

Staying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri Review

Staying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri Review

Each element is carefully placed at Tri. With a restaurant that serves as the location for all dining, it’s indeed the center of attention. Throughout the grounds, there are surprises that await. A short walk brings you to an icon of Tri, the water tower. It houses not only three of the suites, but also a panoramic deck that gives you a look in the vastness of Sri Lanka’s largest lake. A few more steps brings you to the library and yoga studio nestled in bamboo, and designed to blend in. It’s the kind of place you could spend hours cuddling up to a good book. (For those looking to continue their relaxation journey, Hotel Tri also offers a spa with treatments and weekly yoga classes in addition.)

Staying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri Review

Staying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri Review

Each suite is created with natural materials, most of which are sourced locally. The layouts are spacious and airy, with bright and cool tones. The Lake Villas are incredibly stunning and as a stand alone room it offers the utmost privacy. The ensuite bathrooms are perfectly outfitted, providing ample room to move around. With a daybed and terrace, guests are set for their stay. Staying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri ReviewStaying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri ReviewStaying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri Review

Staying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri should be a stop on any itinerary in Sri Lanka. It’s an escape unique only to the hotel, and an opportunity to experience sustainable luxury, all in a serene setting. Staying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri Review

Bon Traveler’s Tips for Staying in Koggala Lake at Hotel Tri


  • Book a lake villa for the best views of the lake.
  • Be sure to enquire about activities like a trip to Cinnamon Island.
  • This is the kind of place to savor, two nights are recommended.

Get in Touch

Hotel Tri
Koggala Lake, Aladuwa Watte, Pelassa, Thitthagalle, Ahangama 80650
Call 077 770 8177 or visit http://trilanka.com/


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*Bon Traveler was welcomed as a guest of Hotel Tri. As always, all opinions are own.

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