Sri Lanka, South West Beaches
Info : Serene Pavilions
Serene Pavilions is an exotic seaside escape set on the white sand beaches of the West coast. With only twelve villas and personal butlers this hotel offers a very romantic and personal experience.
Serene Pavilions has eight Ocean pavilions and four Garden pavilions, which all offer spacious and plush accommodation, with private plunge pools, large timber sundecks and a personal Jacuzzi bath in each. Decorated with traditional Balinese decor, an earthy colour palette and beautiful teak furnishings, the ambience of the villas is relaxing and understated.
If guests can tear themselves from the privacy of their own plunge pool then they have a large central swimming pool with four submerged Jacuzzi beds, a gym, a tennis court, a reading room and a Balinese spa offering other means of relaxation and entertainment. With uninterrupted sea views the Amritha Bar and the Pavilion Restaurant offer a wide selection of drinks and food, with menus changing daily based upon the fresh local ingredients available. Guests have the choice to dine here, by the pool or beach or within the privacy of their own villa.
Only forty five minutes away from central Colombo Serene Pavilions is a perfect place to explore the capital city as well as day trips the old historic Dutch Fort at Galle. Just let the attentive staff know what you would like and they will go out of their way to make it happen. Children below the age of fifteen are not permitted to stay in this resort.
Luxury - Luxury hotels would have a superb level of service, very comfortable and usually spacious bedrooms, excellent food, great design and character. For us, when we visited, these places all had the 'wow factor'. A luxury hotel should satisfy the criteria of the most discerning clients.
- Beach Access
- Dining Options
- Private plunge pool
- Swimming Pool
Bandara our driver for the tour was fantastic. We got on with him very well and he had a really good sense of humour. We learnt a lot about living in Sri Lanka from him.