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Just returned from a week at this hotel. The rooms and public areas were clean but we didn’t feel that there were enough staff to serve customers, especially at busy times and therefore we were left waiting for lengthy periods of time for a drink...More
We were a group of 11 ladies who traveled to Sri Lanka for a fun-filled beach holiday and we can say that our expectations were indeed met.
Staff were all attentive and always on hand to assist us with our requests.
The food was delicious...More
This hotel is nicely located on the beachfront ,the rooms are spacious but if you pull the curtains it will fall down ,in breast no much varieties and if you want to take fresh juice or espresso you have to pay extras ,no cheese on...More
When we arrived at the hotel for a 9 day stay the room we were given was in a corner and overlooked, we asked if this could be changed and this was not a problem. The room was okay but there were better situated rooms...More
Surprisingly good cocktails, tasty breakfast and dinner. Beach is huge, rooms are good, there is even kinda a gym.
Staff is really attentive, even if they are extremely busy, managers try to sort everything as soon as they can. Super nice resort! Definitely the best...More
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The snorkeling at Unawatuna is not horrible. At least not for this novice and his family. You can book a boat for about 40$ for three hours. This included equipment for 2 adults and 2 children. I think the going rate is 15... More
The snorkeling at Unawatuna is not horrible. At least not for this novice and his family. You can book a boat for about 40$ for three hours. This included equipment for 2 adults and 2 children. I think the going rate is 15$ per person. You can negotiate to bring you to Jungle beach, the ship wreck and the rocks.
The coral is non existent, but the rocks/reef has abundant fish. You can see a variety of fish, but of course the visibility all depends on the wind/current. I can't even start naming all the fish, because I don't know their names, but there are a variety and they are numerous. I would say that I say at least 20 different types of fish, and more than I can count in total.