went paradise beach hotel in Febuary for 2 weeks the rooms are very noisey as you only have mess over your hotel room door. you never get more than 5-6 hours sleep.Went there as a treat for Valentines day second day there was made to sit near the grass has 29 mosquito bites and many guests threw out the holiday staying at this hotelhad the same problem no mosquito tablets to plug in or anytink many other guests got bite to death.Caught food poisoining and they asked my partner to ring the doctor who doesnt speak Sri Lankan nightmare.So i wouldnt go back to this hotel you carnt go all inclusive because they make there money making a fortune charging you for drinks.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated on the beach, all sea view, 62 double/twin A/C rooms and 02 suites with private balcony, hot/cold water, safety deposit lockers, cable TV, tea/coffee maker & mini fridge. Our restaurant serves Western & Eastern cuisine, well known for seafood dishes, well stocked bar with wines, cocktails, etc. Conference facilities available for 100 pax. ... more less
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