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Theme Resorts & Spas Launched at ITB 2014 in Berlin, Germany

Messe, Berlin, Germany  3 March, 2014 –  Theme Resorts & Spas will launch its brand name and logo at the International Tourism Bourse (ITB) in Berlin, Germany from the 5 to 9 March 2014.

There are currently four properties being managed under the umbrella of Themed Resorts & Spas namely,  Maalu Maalu Resort & Spa in Passekudah, Aliya Resort & Spa in Sigiriya, WildTrails in Yala and Mountbatten Bungalow in Kandy – which is to open shortly.

Themed Resorts was conceived as a brand that has a strong belief in building structures that blend in with their surroundings in a sustainable yet distinctive style while giving guests a truly local experience of the culture and lifestyle of Sri Lankans. All of the resorts are uniquely located in terrain of breathtaking vistas and exceptional beauty.

‘Our aim is not to sell you a hotel room, but to generate wonderful experiences and memories that will last a lifetime. All of the properties are thoughtfully built with this in mind. We also aim to provide guests with the experience of total relaxation of the mind, body and soul and a feast of the senses.’ said Chairman and Managing Director, Chandra Wickramasinghe.

Theme Resorts & Spas chose to launch their brand at the ITB in Germany as it is a driving force in the travel industry. With more than 170,000 visitors, among these 113,000 trade visitors, and 11,000 represented companies from 180 countries ITB Berlin is one of the leading B2B-Platforms of all tourism industry offers. In addition, being one of the world’s largest tourism conventions, ITB Berlin Convention provides unique opportunities for the hospitality industry in Sri Lanka to benefit from the leading think tank of the global tourism industry.