Heritance Ahungella, Sri Lanka
Five star luxury awaits you at Heritance Ahungalla, set upon the beachfront looking out over the Laccadive Sea with breath-taking views of the sunset from the infinity pool. The 152 rooms all offer ocean views from their private balconies and are decorated with polished wood, stone floors and handmade furnishings for an authentic Sri Lankan atmosphere.
Heritance prides themselves on their fresh cuisine and professional techniques used in their restaurants to create a mouth-watering range of International and Sri Lankan dishes. Jut Restaurant is the resorts buffet restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. For breakfast guests can indulge in freshly made waffles and omelettes from one of the live cooking stations or try something more exotic for lunch with a choice of international dishes. Dinner is an event at Heritance with their themed evenings serving everything from kebabs and devilled prawns to salads, homemade bread and a selection of amazing desserts. For special occasions the upper room uses top quality ingredients blended with expert knowhow and professional techniques to create unique dishes blending cultural influences around the world.
The Diviyan Spa performs a range of treatments to alleviate stress, fatigue, muscle tension and skin problems. The massages are designed to relieve your body of all stress and tension while improving circulation and well-being while the beauty and body treatments reinvigorate your skin and strengthen your hair. Guests can also choose a package treatment bespoke to deal with certain issues and improve features in need of repair. Packages such as Energy and Serenity target your well-being and stress levels whereas the Satin Skin package will invigorate, moisturise and refresh your skin.
Entertainment is never far away with the range of water sports available on the beachfront or the live shows in the Mirror Lounge. For guests who wish to go further afield the Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery is a wonderful experience alternately guests can explore the mangrove forests and watch the prawn fishermen or take to the sea and try to spot any blue whales.