Tangerine Beach Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTangerine Beach Hotel Kalutara
The hotel was very good. Location is right next to the ocean but beware if you enter the sea, as there is a shelf and you drop into the sea. The food was good and the rooms comfortable.
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