Marine Tourist Guest House

Address: No.118 Lewis Place, Negombo, 11500, Sri Lanka | Hotel
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          • Beach


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Room service

          TravelPod Member ReviewsMarine Tourist Guest House Negombo

          Reviewed by leanne.baker

          Lovely budget hotel

          Reviewed Nov 22, 2012
          by (30 reviews) Dudley , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          There was some confusion on arrival about our room and we were given a rather strange layout of a room on the top floor; there was an empty unfinished room in front of the bedroom. After one night, we were moved to a room on the first floor. My only complaint about this room is the glass bathroom - there are curtains but it's just plain strange. The TV did not work for the entire length of our stay (one week). You can use the pool in the hotel over the road for not a lot of money. The family that run this hotel are very lovely people and we were even invited for a traditional Sri Lankan meal on one of the evenings. The hotel is in stages of being upgraded and when it's finished, if they get it right, it will be a lovely hotel.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Marine Tourist Guest House Negombo

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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