Within a career that spanned 40 years, Sri Lankan architect, Geoffrey Bawa came to be regarded as one of the most respected and inspired architects in the world. Bawa excelled in building in a natural environment, creating spaces that blended the outside with the inside. A principle force behind a style of architecture known as ‘tropical modernism’, Bawa carried much of these ideals into the old Madurai Club.

Geoffrey Bawa was a 20th century Sri Lankan architect who left his footprint as one of the most influential and renowned Asian architects of his era. Belonging to the Fellowship of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Bawa was the principal driving force behind what is now globally known as tropical modernism.

Luxury plunge Pool Villa

Luxury rooms have been extensively refurbished recently and are today well-appointed with modern amenities and facilities.

Geoffery Bawa Room

In the 1970’s the renowned Srilankan architect Geoffrey Bawa built the club house on the grounds of the officer’s bungalow, Using honey colored granite, materials and artisans. 

Deluxe Club

Maintaining a finesse that is quintessentially ‘Heritage’, these modern rooms surprise you with terracotta flooring and traditional ambience.