by admin on November 25, 2013
Colombo Fort Hotels,the leisure arm of the Lankem Group, a seasoned player in the local hospitality industry owning several prestigious properties under their brand recently unveiled the Pyxle designed website for Club Palm Bay (http://www.clubpalmbay.com/).
This new and improved Website provides a visual journey for their Marawila property, bringing the hotel to life.
Pyxle designed the new site to showcase and communicate the hotel’s unique qualities allowing guests to thoroughly explore the resort. Detailed elements such as hotel facilities, room amenities and area attractions are esthetically described with photos included to enable guests to fully plan their stay and itinerary.
“We believe the new Club Palm Bay website will inspire visitors as they are taken on a visual journey prior to booking,” said M.R. Hassan, Director Corporate Affairs, Colombo Fort Hotels.
He added that the vivid design also promotes Marawila as a tourist attraction and believes the new Club Palm Bay website truly represents the luxurious resort and its beautiful surroundings.
The new website is also integrated with the Hotel’s social media channels such as Facebook, Flickr and Pinterest pages further showcasing and promoting the resort.
Pyxle, the provider of benchmark Software and Internet Business Solutions, worked with the client based on their requirements to design the revamped site.
According to Kavidra Weerabaddana, Manager Digital Media Services, Pyxle “as a company encompassing a dynamic web development and design team, we were pleased to provide a sophisticated solution.
While the new site improves the client’s online presence, we were also sensitive to the beauty and simplicity of the resort and were able to aptly reflect this through the inclusion of refreshing copy and enriching imagery.
Understanding their requirements, we are proud to have partnered them, offering new ideas, simple but advanced technology creating a site that provides their customers with the best online experience possible.”