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CG Hotels & Resorts announces plans for Sri Lanka

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Zinc Journey, is the latest addition CG Hotels & Resorts, an Asian hospitality chain comprising 5400 keys, 74 hotels across 7 brands in 63 destinations, is planning to introduce as a hospitality lifestyle brand in Sri Lanka.

Zinc Journey Mandira is situated in Hatton while other distinct hotels will follow in Sigiriya and Ella.

CG Group Chairman, Binod Chaudhary displaying immense confidence in Sri Lanka as one of the fastest growing tourism destinations said, “CG Hotels and Resorts has a proud history of successful joint ventures in the hospitality sector with esteemed partners such as Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces, Jetwing Hotels, Watawala Plantations and Ceylon Hotels Corporation.

“We are deeply committed to growing the tourism potential of this most attractive part of the world. This is only the beginning of what we believe will be further introductions to hospitality lifestyle brands we are known for in various parts of the world”.

Under the tagline “One journey, many paths”, Zinc Journey promises unique experiences to each traveller who steps in to one of their exclusive hotels. Zinc Journey hotels are unique independent boutique hotels located in inspiring locations which form part of the Zinc Journey circuit. They are true cultural expressions of their distinctive destinations. Each hotel offers curated experiences to guests.

In Sri Lanka, the sensory and immersive tea journey at Mandira, and the cultural and culinary discoveries in Sigiriya and Ella which are soon to follow will no doubt create unmatched experiences for travellers from around the globe. Zinc Journey is a brand created for the evolving and dynamic traveller who is seeking rare and authentic experiences over the ordinary.

Zinc Journey branded resorts, with its expanding presence in the global map, concentrates on giving guests a truly differentiated experience at every location. The hotels in Sri Lanka will bring to life the culture and heritage