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Rooms,which were large and good were in blocks separate from the main hotel, overlooking the main road so noisy and there was religious chanting at 5am each morning. We had to be shuttled to and from the main road.
Food acceptable.Dining staff appeared inexperienced and...More
While the hotel and location have been described already, on the beach and quiet. They also have an extensive wine list as well and the rooms are very spacious and well appointed. However it was the service that was truly memorable. We stayed 2 nights...More
Our biking group was welcomed here with open arms after a very long ride. We will have such good memories of the staff and setting. Really nice pool and easy beach access, good breakfast and supper buffet.
The hotel has a prime location on the beach. We were in an upgraded room (108) with a view of the pool and the ocean. Service is a bit slow, but I guess that is island life. The rooms are comfortable. The restaurant has fixed...More
Our group had the best stay ever at this hotel. The staff went out of their way to accommodate our needs, even surprising us with a bonfire on the beach for our last night celebration! The food was awesome, drinks were great. We enjoyed the...More
US$87 - US$331 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Best to get a tuk tuk to Merissa no more than 300 rps. I wouldn't recommend walking the roads drivers a little crazy.The pavements are very un even. Nice walk along the beach to Weligama taking in the fish boats. The locals... More
Best to get a tuk tuk to Merissa no more than 300 rps. I wouldn't recommend walking the roads drivers a little crazy.The pavements are very un even. Nice walk along the beach to Weligama taking in the fish boats. The locals are friendly and pose no concerns.