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Had wonderful stay here. Niksan and his team cannot do enough for you. We stayed in the beautiful Rose House with lovely outdoor bathroom. The meals in the restaurant on the beach were superb. We also enjoyed a trip to see the dolphins. Niksan can...More
We stumbled uponnthis gem on the way to Kalpitiya, took a chance and have absolutely no regrets. Clean, cozy, well priced, friendly staff, and what may very well be he best kitchen in Sri Lanka! I’m almost sad to leave, but more adventures await us!
I totally recommend this hotel. The location is really good, just in front of the beach, quiet and calm.
The food is amazing, the service is great. The owner, Niksan and his employees are really nice and helpful. They can arrange everything for you (transportation,...More
Rather poor quality of facilities and service for the money you pay. Really nice stuff is almost no tourists on the beaches and nice, unusual shower rooms. Food is good, but nothing special. Owner is so willing to earn more money, he totally forgets about...More
Date of stay: February 2019
Response from OceanWindB, General Manager at Omeesha Beach HotelResponded February 10, 2019
Thanks, we know we can't 100% satisfy all of the clients as same, but we try in our best for everyone. We all are human and we can speak if we have any inquiries request or something other. We are happy if you do that...More
Five days with the family in fantastic luxury cabanas. An unspoilt quiet stand, a pool for the kids. Lots of dolphins & turtles at sea. Good, really good, food. Don't miss the chili prawns. Go here & rest up. (Not full of activities.)
If i remember correctly it cost 6000 rupees, about £30, for two hours and if we hadn't seen any dolphins we would have paid 4000. We left at 8 am and had a good breakfast when we got back.