Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Celebrate Mother's Day at MLH

Celebrating 60 years with MLH!

Mr. Samson Weragoda joined Mount Lavinia Hotel in 28th April 1954 to the Engineering Department to repair the elevators. It was his first job and he has worked in every unit in the Engineering Department so far. He knows the layout of the hotel better than the blueprints and he is also a part of the hotel history
Mr. Weragoda helped majorly in building the beautiful fountain that we see in the front today and also, the small bridge after the security barrier at the hotel which was originally very narrow, was made wider by Mr. Weragoda.

Mr. Weragoda is a very innovative person. He used to steal cake trays and keep them in the places that were leaking, mend antennas by meddling with them and so much more.

We wish Mr. Weragoda all the very best and hope he will render his services to us in the coming years as he is a very valuable part in our hotel.

Friday, April 25, 2014

Faulty Towers - The Dining Experience

Chef Publis Launches the World’s Smallest Recipe Book.

In collaboration with Chef Publis’s 77th birthday The Royal Meals of The Last Kind of Sri Lanka – the world’s smallest recipe book which is 1cm x 1cm and only 05 milligrams in weight, with 42 recipes was launched on the 24th April 2014  at the Empire Ballroom , Mount Lavinia Hotel with several other publications.  Information for this book was obtained by puskola books in Kandy.

Mr. Sanath Ukwatte and Weragoda Sarada Himi were the chief guests. Hundreds of well-wishers attended the event.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Easter at Mount

Celebrate Easter with Family and Friends with a special Jazz celebration to set the mood just right.

Dulani of MLH states : “ After all the heavy celebrating during this April season, Easter Sunday at MLH is a perfect getaway to relax your mind, body and soul.”

Easter is known to be the time to color eggs, hunt for eggs, get treats from Easter Bunny and attend church… However, Easter can be celebrated in many different ways… That’s why Mount Lavinia Hotel bringing Easter Jazz Brunch back again.

20th April head to Mount Lavinia Hotel for the Special Easter Jazz Brunch for a fun filled day with Easter Egg Hunts, Kids handwork activities and Face painting and not to mention the unique spread of dishes to give your taste buds a real treat.

Whether it’s Italian food, Indian food or Authentic Sri Lankan Cuisine you’re looking for we have it all on offer this Sunday for a price of Rs.3500 nett from 12:00 noon to 3:00pm.

For reservations or more details call 2711 430/446

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Easter Sunday Brunch!

Chef Pubilis’s New Year Treat Kiosk

Avurudu, a one of a kind celebration held in great reverence in Sri Lanka alone. So what better way to celebrate Avurudu than indulging with the finest traditional sweetmeats from one of Sri Lanka’s oldest colonial hotels - Mount Lavinia Hotel?

As convoluted preparations of the Avurudu treats signifies the very essence of Avurudu in terms of food which will be one of the many events at MLH. With this in mind Team MLH has set up an authentic Chef Pubilis’s New Year Treat Kiosk located at the hotel premises that will be opened until the 13th April from 12:00noon to 8:00pm that will have Sinhala and Tamil New Year Treats made by Chef Pubilis himself.
Treats on offer are : Kavum, Mung Kevum, Kokis, Asmi, Aluwa, Savory Kokis, Jelabi, Saubora, Amberella Dosi, Welithalapa and much much more.

The hotel will be flooded with the sweet aromas of Avurudu where Sri Lanka’s quintessential festive foods will be available in all its authenticity at the hotel.

For more details please call 2711 430 or 446.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Earth hour 2014

Mount Lavinia Hotel was engaged in the largest environmental event in history, The Earth Hour initiative for the 05th consecutive year in this global call to action by showing leadership and being responsible for the future by partaking in this Movement on the 29th March 2014 at 8.30pm. Terracotta lanterns along with coconut torches were left in all places of the property to symbolize hope and indeed to represent our support for a sustainable future.