A step away from the usual beach villa, the premier Ocean View Villa is an epitome of style and elegance. Surrounded by lush tropical gardens and with access to a semi private 15 meter infinity swimming pool shared with one or two more villas, this villa is spacious and also features a large well furnished verandah, a foyer that leads to a luxuriously furnished king bedroom and a large bathroom with a stone bathtub and steam room offering guests the perfect holiday solution. Butler services, 46 flat screen television and an Italian coffee maker are added facilities.
True to its name and unique in its own splendour, the Prestige Ocean View Villa consists of a king sized bedroom with luxurious furnishings, a separate living room with a private bar which allows your butler to mix up your favourite drink. The villa also boasts of a large verandah that overlooks the Indian Ocean which is ideal for dining and relaxing with your travelling companions. Guests can sunbathe in a private garden area surrounded by lush tropical flora or even enjoy a dip in the semi-private 15 m infinity swimming pool shared with a couple of adjoining villas. The attached bathroom consist of a stone bathtub, steam room and luxurious bath amenities while there is also in Italian Coffee maker in the villa for guests to enjoy the perfect beverage at any given time.
Splurge in 5 star luxury if you decide to stay over at the Grand Ocean View Villa at Cape Weligama. The villa boasts of the largest verandah of the property with 200 meters of charming elegance available for dining and relaxation overlooking the tropical gardens and the Indian Ocean. The spacious king bedroom is elegantly furnished while there is a separate living room with its own bar. The villa is enclosed by lush tropical flora and consists of a semi private 15 m infinity swimming pool shared by a couple of adjoining villas.
Boasting to be the best Pool villa in the island, with an elevation of 40 meters above the sea level, this second storey unit consists of a 15 meter long infinity edge swimming pool offering impeccable views of the Indian Ocean. The upper floor of the villa features an elegantly furnished bedroom with views of the ocean while it opens out to an outdoor deck for sunbathing. The villa also consists of a large bathroom featuring a steam room, bath products and a stone tub equipped with Sonas surround sound speakers and a collection of innumerable songs for complete relaxation. There is also an Italian coffee maker and butler services that you can make use of.
The most lavish dwelling unit at Cape Weligama, this 2 storey residence is located at the highest point of the resort and is about a 2 minute walk away from the beach. The bungalow features two king bedrooms each with large and modern en-suite bathrooms. The ground floor unit boasts of a living room with bar, a spacious terrace with for dining and relaxing and an upper floor deck and an upper floor 15 meter infinity edge swimming pool overlooking the azure waters of the Indian Seas. Both floors are connected via a staircase on one side of the unit while there is a second 15 meter infinity swimming pool in the garden which is shared with an adjoining villa. Guests can also make use of butler services.
One of the most celebrated resorts along the Southern coast of Sri Lanka, Cape Weligama is the ultimate luxurious getaway for guests who are longing for sun and sand in a tropical environment. With chic and epicurean dwelling units in the form of suites and villas, the resort spreads across 12 acres of unique landscaped gardens which edges out to the coastline. With 14 swimming pools shared among the villas, dedicated butler services, mouthwatering cuisine and pampering spa sessions, Cape Weligama beckons the truly discerning traveller to make memories that would last a lifetime.
Located about 30 minutes away from the Old Dutch Fort in Galle, Cape Weligama is situated along the coconut palm filled curvaceous headlands of the Southern coast of Weligama. The town which is famously known for its Bay area is about 4.5 km away from Mirissa and about 152 km away from Colombo. The Southern Highway allows travellers to arrive at Weligama in less than two hours. Air taxi transfers can be organized from the Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayake to a nearby seaport cutting your travel time by about 30 minutes or more.
Boasting of owning the largest rooms in the island, Cape Weligama is an epitome of a luxurious beach holiday in a tropical surrounding. Offering a chic collection of suites and villas which feature 39 bedrooms cloaked by terracotta tiled rooftops, guests are in for a treat as soon as they step in. The villas are set within eight stone ringed gardens while each garden unit comprises of 2 or 3 free standing villas along with a 15 meter infinity swimming pool each.
Guests can choose from pool view suites to ocean view villas that are unique in their own characteristics. The suites are located around a cove pool in units of 4 making them the ideal choice for friends or families on holiday. A first for boutique hotels in Sri Lanka, the Duplex Two Bedroom Cape Pool Villa offers 310 square meters of living space with views of the ocean from both bedrooms across two levels and a private 15 meter infinity swimming pool on the upper level. Other facilities include butler services, spacious walk in wardrobes, spacious bathrooms with stone bathtubs, twin vanities and a steam room, a terrace with dining facilities and movies on demand.
Cape Weligama features four restaurants inviting guests to feast in a gourmet paradise. The Ocean Terrace Restaurant offers guests the choice to select their favourite seafood from the days catch which can be cooked to order enabling you to savour the best of the Southern coast. Located at the cliffs edge is the Ocean Grill where you can savour delicious meals. The Waterfront Cape Colony Club provides you with an extensive selection of wines in a relaxed atmosphere which you can enjoy during a perfect sunset. Guests can enjoy traditional Sri Lankan cuisine and a range of International favourites at the main restaurant while open air dining options are also available to suit your preferences.
The resort consists of a dedicated "Spa Villa" which can be a plus to your ideal holiday. The well experienced therapists make sure that you are completely rejuvenated while the scrubs and oils are made of Sri Lankan spices and a blend of Ceylon tea. For the ultimate local indulgence, you can request a therapist to come to your suite or villa where you can be pampered on your verandah followed by a herbal steam treatment in your own steam room.
Boasting of one of the best infinity pools in Sri Lanka, the crescent shaped moon pool curves 60 meters offering 270 degree views of the Weligama coast. The Moon Bar which is located under the Moon Pool is a venue to occasional movie nights and sports fixtures which can be viewed on a large screen. The Cove Pool is located within proximity to the suites and weaves around an integrated 20 meter lap pool ideal for children. Other hotel facilities at Cape Weligama include a Cybex equipped air-conditioned gym, electric buggies for guests to travel around the grounds and access to two public beaches.
The Cape Luxe Whale Safari can be described as a once in a lifetime outing where you can enjoy a two day excursion on a 50 ft luxury catamaran which also has a spacious deck for lounging. Weligama and Mirissa is known as one of the best places on the planet to witness Blue Whales, Sperm Whales and Dolphins. If you are really lucky, chances are that you might spot Fin Whales, Orca's, Pilot Whales and a number of rarely seen whales and dolphins that have been sighted along the coast of Weligama. The safari also includes the opportunity to enjoy canoeing, paddle boarding and even a dip in the ocean if its considered safe.
The surroundings offer picturesque locations that are worthwhile exploring from calm lagoon bodies to paddy-fields, temples and local villages. All these can be a guided bicycle tour while you can also enjoy a boat or kayak ride on the nearby Koggala Lake. If you wish to further explore the island, you can head towards the magnificent Galle Fort which still houses cobbled streets, old churches, museums and ramparts all of which are remnants of a bitter-sweet history.