The Avurudu Cluster of the Classic Rooms at the Sigiriya Village celebrates the vibrant colors and festivities that associate with the traditional Avurudu celebrations in Sri Lanka.
Avurudu, the traditional harvesting and holiday festival in Sri Lanka is celebrated every April with much fanfare and adore. Synonymous with the Avurudu is the vibrant red flowers of the Coral Tree and the mating calls of the Indian Koel bird, which have been cleverly incorporated into the Avurudu themed rooms at the Sigiriya Village.
Decorated with bright flower motifs, cane and wooden furniture and equipped with many amnesties including air conditioning, in-room satellite TV, IDD connections, and bathroom with hot and cold shower, the rooms at the Avurudu Cluster carries a subtle balance between Sri Lankan heritage and modern day comforts within a space of 37 square meters
Guests at the Sigiriya Village can also request for the in-room mini fridge to be updated into a mini-bar at an added expenses.
A cozy sit out verandah with a garden view provides the ideal space to admire the nature found on the ground of Sigiriya Village Hotel.