The Hotel’s mature garden was constructed in the 1860s, and the UNESCO-protected fort is the best-preserved colonial fortification in Asia, offering a wealth of unique history for travellers to enjoy.
Comprising of 28 Rooms and Suites connected by a two-storey Garden House, Amangalla is an ideal location for couples and groups of friends, surrounded by the serene ocean and one-of-a-kind discoveries, including authentic temples and tea plantations.
Honeymooners, Families, Weddings
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Some of the rooms overlook the Fort’s quaint lanes and ramparts or the hotel’s 200-year-old gardens.
The choices of rooms include: Garden House, Amangalla Suite, Chamber, Bedroom, Suite, Garden Bedroom, Verandah Chamber.
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The dinner menu changes daily and is based on the chef’s findings at the various markets in Galle, where guests have the unique opportunity to accompany him and enjoy a cooking lesson on return.
Guests can also opt for afternoon tea, which includes only the finest Ceylon, and can be enjoyed by poolside in the Zaal, the balcony or library.
For drinks, guests can unwind with a spirit, or a cocktail on their balcony with views overlooking the oceans.
Guests can also visit the Passeggiata on the fort’s ramparts and see the sunset from the lighthouse, walking clockwise round the temple.
A popular excursion of the Handunudoga tea plantation, where guests are invited to the veranda of the Planters Bungalow for tea and cakes with the planter himself.
The resort transfers are approximately two and a half hours’ drive from Colombo airport.
I'd say Amangalla is definitely the top properties in that area. We only had lunch here, but food was good and service was excellent.