Jungle Management

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The immaculate splendour of an exotic luxury resort carefully woven around the tranquil and wild beauty of the Deer Park Hotel, is being transformed into a Banyan Tree Group managed retreat.
A deal finalised earlier in March will see Jinasena Group handing over the management of its Giritale hotel property to the Banyan Tree Group by August 2003.rn

rnUnder the 20-year contract, Jinasena Limited will retain ownership and infuse fresh capital to develop Deer Park Hotel to the Banyan Tree Groups specifications.rn

rnAngsana Resorts and Spas, a Banyan Tree Group company, which is famous for its retreats in Indonesia, India, Australia and the Maldives, will manage the Deer Park Hotel.rn

rnJinasena Hotel Management Services Deputy General Manager, Lalin Jinasena told Lanka Business Online that an initial contract was signed earlier in March, with detailed plans to be worked up on the arrival of Angasan officials in the fist week of April. rn

rnRenovation and refurbishments will be made to meet specif