DELUXE BEACH HOTEL | 100 STANDARD ROOMS
The Blue Water is located on a sublime stretch of the Wadduwa coastline, where the waters become a shimmering speculum of the clear blue sky. The hotel offers a spectacular view of the sea, and stands amidst a cool cluster of coconut palms that line the water and throw shadows into its scintillating blueness.
Walk down the cool white corridors, and be greeted by the spectacular sight of a lush green coconut palm garden. Get hypnotised by the soothing sounds of cascading ponds and fountains. The swimming pool is too good to resist – so too the excellent cuisine. By night, the Hotel’s stunning elegance is accentuated even more. Rooms are simple but luxurious – loll about in crisp linen the shade of shell.
The Blue Water offers 100 well appointed and very comfortable rooms that are all centrally air-conditioned with individual temperature controls, so you can set your own chill level. All rooms are sea view with a private balcony or terrace that also look down on to the wonderful garden below. Electric Power is British spec and there’s also piped Music and Satellite Television. All rooms are fitted with a fully stocked Mini Bar and Personal Safe. Attached bathrooms have hot and cold water and both a bath and shower.
At The Blue Water you can always expect to be fed well and with a sumptuous array of local and international cuisine. The chefs turn out delicious gourmet and buffet cuisine and the fine dining restaurant is the perfect venue to savour the delights with a glass of fine red. The hotel aspires to a philosophy of quality food prepared in a health conscience manner with prominence given to fresh local produce.
The Blue Water offers guests the following restaurants:
- The Seven Seas – 24-hour coffee shop
- Admiral’s Room – fine dining
- Porthole Bar
- The Clipper Bar
- Sea Board Deck (Sports Bar)
- Large Swimming Pool / Kiddies Pool
- Fully equipped gymnasium
- Tennis Courts
- Squash Courts
- Table Tennis
- Theme Nights
- Large garden area
- Night Club
- Evening Programme with live entertainment
- 24 – hour room service
- Wide 200mtr beach frontage
- Doctor on call
- Business Centre
- E-mail and Internet facilities
- Travel Counter
- Car Rental
- Parking Facilities
- Baby sitter on request
- Baby cots on request
- Hotel shop
- Gem & Jewellery shop
- Hair & Beauty salon
- In House Movies
- Tours organised on request
- The Spa (NEW)
THE BLUE WATER SPA
The Blue Water Spa takes a holistic approach to physical and spiritual well being providing a sanctuary for the senses. The architecture of the Spa Pavilions draws upon local inspiration to blend seamlessly with the natural environment of The Blue Water. Massage treatments are based on relaxing techniques that has passed through the hands of many generations. The health and beauty remedies make use of aromatic oils and herbs and spices with ancient healing powers.
Spa treatments include massages, facial beauty treatments, body wraps and body scrubs. The Blue Water Sp offers over fifteen different treatments to choose from.
TRAVEL SHOP EXCURSIONS
The Blue Water boasts of having some of the best naturalists in Sri Lanka. There are excursions of all types including snorkelling or scuba diving on the coral reefs at nearby Hikkaduwa, which is also world famous as a surf destination. On the southern coast of Sri Lanka any seaboard activity can be arranged, even deep sea or big game fishing which is becoming increasingly popular is available through a host of operators all down the coast, from Beruwela to Tangalle.
Maduganga (river) Boat Safari – Half Day Excursion – An interesting insight in to coastal mangrove systems and amazing bird and animal life in the backwaters of the southern coastal belt.
Sinharaja Rain Forest – Day Excursion – One of the oldest natural rainforests remaining on the planet and a world protected biosphere. The Sinharaja is also a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Udawalawe National Park – Day Excursion – Renowned as the best national park to view elephants in Sri Lanka. I’m no expert on elephants, however the elephants at Udawalawe looked slightly smaller than their cousins we’d seen at Yala, and upon asking our guide why? I was told that the elephants of Udawalawe were Swamp Elephants, which I believe to be true.
Yala National Park – Day Excursion – This is truly wild country with plenty Elephas maximus and the elusive Asian Leopard. Yala is known to have the worlds highest density of leopards in the wild, so your chances of seeing one is almost certain. search on Flickr.com for “Yala Leopard”.
Cultural Tour – Half Day Excursion
White Water Rafting – Day Excursion
Bird Watching – Day Excursion
Mineral Exploration – Three-Day Excursion
ADDRESS: The Blue Water, Thalpitiya, Wadduwa. 12560 Sri Lanka
AIRPORT: Bandaranike International Colombo