Sri Lanka’s Chinese-built Lotus Tower on the lookout for bids for revolving restaurant | Sinhala News

Sri lanka News – Colombo Lotus Tower (Pvt) Ltd, the holding company of Sri Lanka’s Chinese-built Lotus Tower, has called for tenders to run some of its main attractions.

An official said an international hotel chain has bid for the contract for a revolving restaurant on top of the tower, a level below the observation deck. The restaurant operates on roller based technology which enables diners to dine on a moving deck offering a 360° view of the city of Colombo.

The restaurant’s kitchen is placed in the lowest floor and operates with service lifts for waiters to carry on their services, the official said. This measure was undertaken to prevent the risk of fires. A banquet hall is to be given to the same hotel to undertake events, the official added.

The entire premises at the Lotus Tower will be rented out to interested parties for trade and services to begin, the official said, adding that the entire process will take two to three months. (Colombo/Sep15/2022)

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