Colombo, June 11 (newsin.asia) – The Shangri-La Colombo, which was one of the three luxury hotels targeted in the suicide attacks on April 21, said it will re-open its restaurants on June 12.
In a statement, the hotel said it would re-open its popular dining establishments including Sapphyr Lounge, Capital Bar and Grill and Kaema Sutra for service on Wednesday from 6pm onwards.
Room stays and Chi, the Spa will also re-open from Saturday 15 June onwards, the hotel said.
“The hotel is grateful to the local authorities and the global community for their outpouring of support and messages of commendations received these past seven weeks. We remain deeply appreciative of the selfless service and courageous spirit demonstrated by our colleagues and the Sri Lankan community in the face of such adversity,” the hotel said.
“Our heartfelt sympathies and support continue to be with those who have suffered injuries and lost loved ones on 21 April 2019. They will always be remembered,” the hotel added.
In memory of, and to honour, the victims who lost their lives in the terror explosions, Shangri La said it will be making an initial contribution to the Dialog Foundation which will help provide medical assistance, counselling, scholarships and vocational training for hundreds of families in Sri Lanka who were impacted.
“Shangri-La stands united as one with the Sri Lankan community. With everyone’s support, we will come back stronger. Our team’s passion for service remains undiminished and we look forward to welcoming the public back to Shangri-La Colombo,” the hotel said.