Nestled atop the highest point of the ancient port city of Galle sits the Lady Hill Hotel originally built by the Dutch in the 18th century and later used as the Vicarage of the Church of England in the 19th century, where you will be overwhelmed by the breathtaking and panoramic “Bird’s Eye View” of the lush green countryside stretching from the tea covered slopes of the Southern foothills all the way down to merge with the brilliant blue waters of the Indian Ocean.

Located in close proximity to the city’s pulsating heart and to some of the best beaches in the Island, yet secluded enough to offer a measure of tranquility and serenity, that the discerning traveler eagerly looks forward to after a weary bout of sightseeing and exploration. Thereby, adhering to the watchwords “Lose yourself in the Experience and not in the Crowd”.

Entering the portals of the Lady Hill, one is treated to an architectural edifice, echoing the legacy of the ancient Colonial Dutch period, from the imposing entrance archway, down to the natural cobblestone floor. However, as you progress through the lobby, where you will be greeted with the traditional Sri Lankan welcome of “AYUBOWAN”, which translates as “May You Have Long Life”, you notice a subtle but appreciative change in the conceptual idea.

You will be ushered to your room via a rustic granite stone stairway, flanked by a strip of fresh water fish ponds and upon entering your room, will be amazed to find that you have been transported from the past into the future within the space of a few short ticks of the clock. The rooms are furnished with ultra-modern futuristic style décor and possess state of the art facilities and amenities which are all that you, as an honored guest, could possibly hope for.


To enhance and take the “Home away from Home” concept to the highest levels of hospitality and to offer every guest a personalized one on one service.


To be the most reputed Boutique Concept institution that offers the greatest levels of hospitality to every individual that passes through its portals, making the guests feel that the hotel exists only for the sole purpose of catering to each of their individual needs and wants.