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Aitken Spence Hotels introduces LEED certified architecture to Maldives with Heritance Aarah

Aitken Spence Hotels, a subsidiary of Sri Lankan blue-chip conglomerate Aitken Spence PLC, took its premier brand Heritance beyond the shores of Sri Lanka for the first time, with the introduction of Heritance Aarah earlier this year. Heritance Aarah embraces the brand promise of the Heritance chain of hotels, where tradition is alive.  The property Read More

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Aitken Spence Hotels’ Oman sector GMs recognised

Leading hospitality chain Aitken Spence Hotels’ Oman sector was recognised for their service excellence at the recently concluded Oman Leadership Awards 2019 with two of their General Managers being awarded as ‘Oman’s Best General Managers’ in the ‘Hospitality’ category. The Company’s Al Falaj Hotel General Manager – Hotel Operations and Sales, Praveen George and Desert Read More

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Aitken Spence Hotels’ sustainability ethos commended yet again!

Premier hospitality chain, Aitken Spence Hotels, reaffirmed their position as leaders in sustainable hospitality with four Heritance Hotels & Resorts properties walking away with multiple accolades at the National Sustainability Tourism Certification (NSTC) ceremony held on 5th August 2019. Heritance Kandalama was the only property to be recognised in the Platinum category, the highest accolade Read More

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Aitken Spence Travels, recognised as a ‘Best Employer’ in destination management

The largest inbound tour operator in the country, Aitken Spence Travels was recently recognised with a ‘Sri Lanka Best Employer Brand Award’ by World Federation of HR Professionals, endorsed by CHRO Asia. Aitken Spence Travels was the only destination management company to have been conferred as Sri Lanka’s Best Employer Brand in this platform. This Read More

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Strength in Diversity: Aitken Spence Shows Resilience with 17.5% Revenue Increase in 1Q

In the aftermath of the devastating events of 21st April in Sri Lanka, the first quarter of 2019 was adversely impacted. As the country copes with multiple challenges, Sri Lanka’s economic growth is forecast at 2.7% in 2019. Overall, the performance of the services sector in the country declined to 4.1% year-on-year, compared to 5.5% Read More

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