We booked for 3 with late check-n on a half board basis for 2 Suite & Sour Rooms. At the last minute a 4th decided to join. When we checked-in late, we were upgraded to a Villa at no extra charge although there was an extra occupant.
We had sumptous dinner fairly late consisting of Lobster, Crabs, Prawns etc etc. Again in the morning the breakfast was sumptous with oriental and western including egg hoppers, a fruit platter etc etc.
Rooms were large airy and clean; Staff and management very attentive and always courteous.
Thoroughly enjoyed the stay on our pilgrimage to the St.Anne's Shrine, Thalawila.
Only improvement suggested is better signage on the dirt roads getting to the Udekki Resort at night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Udekki provides guests with a rare combination of luxury, rustic style, and seclusion. The villas have been designed to fuse the unique style and influence of the Middle East and North Africa with the colour and vitality of tropical Sri Lanka. The beautiful antique features of the villas highlight the rich heritage of the island. With two private villas and a shared villa consisting of five individual suites on the estate, Udekki provides complete privacy along with first class accommodation and hospitality. Each of the two private villas incorporates air conditioned bedrooms, spacious living areas, satellite TV, a central courtyard, and large open front veranda with views to the pool. The five suites in the shared villa are spacious and airy, with ceiling fans and air conditioning, and views through the gardens. The new additions to Udekki, Loft D situated on the back terrace of Villa 343 and Loft M situated on the back terrace of Villa 346, have stunning views of the ocean. They are spacious and the many large antique windows provide ocean views from your bed. Although there is no airconditioning, the overhead fans and breeze from the many windows are all that you need for a good night's sleep ... more less