Legendary Disco group Boney M stays at the Galle Face Hotel

Regarded as one of the best and oldest hotels this side of the Suez, the Galle Face Hotel is one of Colombo’s most iconic institutions.

For over 150 years, the landmark hotel has set the bar for luxury accommodation and is the preferred choice for guests.

The hotel has a long-standing history of hosting prominent visitors, counting among them Sir Arthur C. Clarke, John D. Rockefeller, Carrie Fisher and Indira Gandhi to name a few.

Recently, the hotel was home to legendary disco group Boney M. The group was in Sri Lanka to perform a concert.

Liz Mitchell, the original lead vocalist and her full eight-piece band had an enjoyable stay at the hotel, surrounded by its tranquil ambience and magnificent views of the Indian Ocean.

About the Galle Face Hotel

South Asia’s leading Grande Dame, the Galle Face Hotel is testimony to both Sri Lanka’s colonial past and its independent present.

Celebrated within the hospitality world, it blends historical splendour with crafted modernity to form a new model for heritage properties.

International guests are immersed in the Galle Face Hotel’s rich traditions and compelling stories, while Colombo society perceive the hotel as the most prestigious, desirable destination in the city for memorable dining and special events.

Whether at the hotel for dinner or for a month-long stay, an experience of the Galle Face Hotel is one of timeless grandeur and exceptional hospitality.

Celebrating 150 years, the Galle Face Hotel is one of the landmarks in Asia and was acclaimed as one of the best heritage Hotels in Sri Lanka in 2012.

Further it is the first Hotel in the country to be featured on a postage stamp.

Last modified on Tuesday, 19 June 2018 05:46