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Sta wat vroeger op en maak te paard een ochtendrit over het landgoed. Een goed begin van de dag.

Ulagalla Resort

In een voormalige villa,in vroegere tijden het eigendom van een dorpshoofd, is tegenwoordig het prachtige Ulagalla Resort te vinden. Een kleinschalig resort waar klantvriendelijkheid hoog in het vaandel staat.

Vanaf € 189,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info


Over Ulagalla Resort


  • romantiek
  • kleinschalig
  • wifi
  • gourmet en wellness

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Ulagalla Resort
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Ulagalla Chalet
Airco, TV, DVD-speler, WiFi, minibar, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met douche, jacuzzi, privé-terras met zwembad en tuinzicht.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant
• Bar
• Lounge
• Bibliotheek
• Fitnesscentrum
• Spa
• WiFi
• Oppasservice
• Laundry-service
• Businesscentrum


• Wandelen
• Kajakvaren
• Fietsexcursie
• Paardrijden
• Yoga
• Diverse watersporten

Anuradhapura werd in 437 voor Christus gesticht door koning Anuradha en was eeuwenlang de hoofdstad van Sri Lanka en het centrum van het Boeddhisme op het eiland.

"A Natural paradise"

This hotel is exceptional. It takes a day to sink into the beautiful natural environment and truly appreciate what Uga has created here. The grounds are designed beautifully, each villa is private and in its own natural oasis. The mode of transport is bicycle, golf buggy or walking. Each villa has its own bicycles, pool and plenty of exterior furniture. We spent each night by the pool watching the fire flies and star gazing. We did just about every activity available; horse riding, archery, village bike tour, massage, private dining, Sri Lankan dance and buffet. Each activity was excellent and attention to detail is outstanding. Nothing was ever a problem for the staff and they are all genuinely happy, interested, and very efficient. When a hotel has such a magical feel and is so well run, it usually filters down from the top, well done!


Despite the 3 days of rain, this resort was our favourite in Sri Lanka. In short, the wildlife was amazing and I spent most my time watching monkeys, lizards and peacocks. Staff were excellent and we had brilliant turn down service every evening. The villas are HUGE and clean. My husband loved use of the bikes to get around. I can't really fault it, felt we were in a tropical paradise! If I'm being particularly picky I'd say the plunge pools are cold (great in hot weather but not in the monsoon) and the resort is very quiet so not somewhere to go if you want a bit of something going on (we were happy with that though). Thanks to all the attentive staff, we thoroughly enjoyed the first 3 days of our honeymoon.

"Best hotel in Sri Lanka by far"

The most beautiful and best hotel in every way. Rooms are in "chalets" sprinkled around the property. All are sited so they are private and range in sizes so that some can be used for families. Ours had a small plunge pool which we never had time to use, and it was cleaned of leaves in the morning. The beds were very comfortable and the bathroom was large with a tub and a shower. The main building (the original house) was beautifully laid out and the dining room was upstairs, so depending on where you sat, you had great views of the biggest pool I have ever seen anywhere - bigger than Olympic sized ones. Or in the morning, you could watch monkeys playing in the trees. The welcoming staff made sure we had everything we needed. Some of the senior ones had been there from when the resort was built. One fellow was the "Star Employee" (he had a star pin on his shirt). The last night we were there, we saw a table laid out with candles near the pool below. We thought it was for honeymooners, but learned that it was for the owner and his architect discussing plans to add 5 more chalets. There were plenty of golf carts to get us to/from our chalet. We would go back just to relax as we missed using the two bikes provided with every chalet and riding the horses around the property. We both had wonderful massages and I could have stayed by the pool forever. Compare this to my review of Vil Uyana and you'll see why it got "excellent" review.

"Fabulous place but with some drawbacks"

Ulagalla is a luxury resort spread throughout enormous grounds, with nature all around. The main building - reception, restaurant, bar etc - is located a long way from the chalets. Once you know the way, it's easy to walk between them or you can take a golf-cart; however, upon first arrival, trying to find the way to the main building at night was not easy, as it is very dark and it is badly signposted. I found this slightly intimidating; I would not have wanted to use the bicycles provided to ride along the small roads in the dark. The chalets themselves are enormous and built on stilts - they look like glorious examples of mid-century Scandinavian architecture. Inside they are very impressive, with a lot of space. The design is beautiful, and stylish. There is every facility, but for me, there were distinct disadvantages: for example, it was all too high-tech. You could not turn off the bedroom lights without having to fiddle blindly with a console. Can we not just have a switch? There was a sophisticated music system but I cannot imagine that too many of the mainly middle-aged and elderly well-heeled Western guests would be too bothered about this. Conversely, the large number of blinds around the entire suite were not at all high-tech and frequently got stuck. It was like being in a goldfish bowl with a complete lack of privacy. You had to make sure the blinds were down before going to the toilet or having a shower, otherwise everyone from the road either on foot or golf-cart could see you! As for the main building, the service was excellent. A bizarre ritual was enacted upon your arrival, involving the lighting of a candle and a mugshot being taken. An amusing touch! The food left something to be desired; on the first evening I had Sri Lankan kottu roti which was OK though a bit too salty, but the mutton curry which accompanied it was inedible - all gristle. This is not acceptable in such an upmarket establishment. The following evening we had international food (fish) which was better.

"Luxurious lodgings, frightful food"

The accommodation here is in a scattering of high-tech luxury bungalows with their own plunge pools, extremely comfortable beds, lar,e, well stocked bathrooms and expansive lounges equipped with all the gadgets you could wish for. Well, almost all. You might wish for remote-controlled blinds instead of the 20 or so wonky, cumbersome, old-fashioned wooden Venetian blinds covering the vast array of windows. At the same time you might also yearn for some manual control for the lighting in the bedroom which can only be operated via an electronic device with a visually challenging tiny screen. The bungalows are some distance from the Hotel proper, a nice stroll in the daytime, and there are also bicycles, but after dark you need to call for one of the resort's golf carts to ferry you back and forth. The grounds are lovely, and at night the frogs are deafening! It's a beautiful place, where it's very pleasant to sit in the bar area in the evening sipping a cocktail or three, but the food in the restaurant is extremely disappointing for such an upmarket, high- end property. Curiously, the international dishes were at least acceptable while the local specialities were dreadful.

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