Coral Sands Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCoral Sands Hotel Hikkaduwa
Very impressed with this hotel and the staff. Everyone in Sri Lanka has been friendly and helpful but here they really go the extra mile. The hotel is located right at the beach, has two good swimming pools and some nice green areas. The rooms are lovely, beds extremely comfortable and bathrooms good (not sure if all are the same, but we welcome a simple shower and not a shower in a bath as in many (even new) places. Restaaurant very good and nice airy location.
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Travel Blogs from Hikkaduwa
Liam's departing thoughts of SL
The trip has been a great success for me personally, I have learnt a lot a of qualities that will help me in life, the trip has taught me to value what I have at home and to take the most of my opportunities. I was quite shocked at the standard of living we saw in the poorer parts of Sri Lanka. 'Slave labour' or …
Jarrod's departing thoughts of SL
Sri Lanka has been a great experience both on and off the field. Certainly a good way to express ourselves with leadership and having an opportunity to show what we can do with the bat and ball in the different conditions and heat of Sri Lanka. I have really enjoyed my time here but wish it was longer because …
We are very happy with the hotel – location couldn't be better, direct on the beach, with 2 swimming pools and nice green areas. We were upgraded to the only suite in the hotel (from what we can see/understand) so more than happy – we have a large bedroom (always been the case here), ok bathroom, separate sitting area and enormous …
Wednesday 29 April...
We had a slower start today, watching a film then I popped to the shop to pick up some cornflakes and improvised bowls and made breakfast in bed before heading over to the beach. We spent most of the day lying on our sunbeds but as the clouds came over and the rain started we headed into the bar and played cards for a while. Then we took a walk to the ATM to get our final Sri Lanka withdrawal only to come across the best ...
... to be a curfew while the voting and counting is going on, - no buses or trains are allowed to run, and no alcohol is allowed to be sold. - The curfew wasn't much in evidence last night in Aroma Restaurant, where they carried on serving, until the police or someone in authority ordered them to pull the shutters down; although alcohol was definitely off the menu (if you were really desperate, it seems they will serve it to you in a teapot, complete with sugar bowl ...