Step into a realm of luxury and comfort of Mirissa hotels, where serene surroundings and modern conveniences blend to create an unforgettable holiday experience. Located along the south west coast of the country, Mandara Resort offers guests a choice of meticulously appointed accommodation options, delectable cuisine and a wealth of facilities, in an ambience of discrete luxury and intimate charm. Revel in the serenity of the tropics and the ample comforts of this private getaway as you experience your very own piece of paradise on Earth.
Attractive discount offer on all bookings at Mandara Rosort, exclusively for Sampath and Nations Trust Bank Credit Cardholders.These Offers are only valid during the stay period of March and April.Read More
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Offering the perfect combination of modern comfort and classic elegance, all accommodation options at Mandara Resort have been luxuriously appointed and tastefully decorated to bestow guests with much-desired quietude and comfort.
Mirissa is a hotspot for whale watching in Sri Lanka, with the best time for sightings being during the months of November to April. December, January and April are the peak months and the chances of spotting sperm whales and blue whales during these months is very high.Read More
The Galle Fort, a landmark in Sri Lanka's Southern Coast is a must-see attraction owing to its distinguishing local character. It is considered a living museum showcasing the Dutch colonial rule and has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors can witness the unique Dutch architecture well-preserved for generations, and can also pay a visit to the former Dutch warehouse building which now houses the National Maritime Museum.Read More
Further, in relatively close proximity are the Udawalawe and Yala National Sanctuaries, approximately 130 to 140 km away, and the Sinharaja Forest Reserve, the oldest surviving rain forest in South Asia, which is approximately 80 km away.Read More
Also close-by is the Yatagala temple, which is built around a large rock. The Bo tree at the temple is 2300 years old and archaeologists believe that the great granite boulders that stand guard around the Bo tree are in fact a type of rocky garden. Nestled amidst untouched environs and rarely visited by many, the temple looks out over paddy fields and small hamlets.Read More
We enjoyed our stay at Mandara because of the fantastic pool, beach front and the courteous staff.....View on tripadvisor
The hotel has a beautiful private beach and the lagoon is right next to it so its a plus point ....View on tripadvisor