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This was a family trip and the stay was quite good, it's quite close to the beach so it's easy to take a sea bath there and the hotel has a pool as well, i would say it's great for kids, but under adult supervision...More
Place is old and needs lot of refurbishment.initial impression of the hotel when you enter your room is disheartning.doors gives noise and lock is hanging down and toilet is bit smelly. Shower drains are very slow and water pools in.balcony looks horrible.blinds are broken.restaurant food...More
Initially I booked Koggala Village Hotel but had to change it to Long Beach due to bad reviews on the Trip Advisor on that Hotel. When i asked about it from Reservation, the girl said it may be since its a 2* hotel and they...More
Hope the title explained my experience. Very good and pleasant staff always there for your assistant. Food also really nice I really enjoyed. Hotel is facing one of fabulous unpolluted beaches in Sri Lanka. Great place to relax however Long Beach management really have to...More
A perfect place to enjoy with the family. Fantastic view of sea. It is absolutely "Long Beach"... a bit old but great! We had an awesome day with kids. Kids had a remarkable time with the beach & swimming pool. We had delicious foods during...More
Definitely not, no. Had to have a router put in our bathroom to pick up the signal in the hallway and make it stronger so it could then barely be strong enough to pick up in the room. The hotel is built with thick concrete... More
Definitely not, no. Had to have a router put in our bathroom to pick up the signal in the hallway and make it stronger so it could then barely be strong enough to pick up in the room. The hotel is built with thick concrete walls which don't lend themselves to good wifi connectivity. The hotel needs to wire a router into each room to solve the problem, not just try to bounce the weak signal from the hallway.