Rani Beach Resot, Negombo
About Rani Beach Resot, NegomboNegombo is a town of about 121,933, approximately 37 km north of Colombo, in Srilanka. It is located at the mouth of the Negombo lagoon, about 7 km from the Bandaranaike International Airport. Negombo has a small , and its is mainly based on tourism and its centuries-old fishing industry, though it also produces ceramics, and brass ware.Guests can soak up the sun by the outdoor pool. For a quiet afternoon indoors, Rani Beach Resot has Wi-Fi in public areas. Sea Breeze Restaurant provides a casual setting and an international menu. The hotel also offers barbecue facilities.
Location of Rani Beach Resot, Negombo
Rani Beach Resots is located on beautiful Negombo Beach, a 20-minutes drive from Bandaranaike International Airport.
Accommodation at Rani Beach Resot, Negombo
The Rani Beach Resots hotel offers 34 luxury rooms all of which have sea-views, A.C, hot and cold water, a mini bar, TV, and tea and coffee facilities. There are also two spacious, thoughtfully furnished honeymoon suites offering 180 degree, panoramic views of the ocean, to make your romantic getaway the best it can be.
Facilities at Rani Beach Resot, Negombo
The Hotel's open air restaurant offers beautiful sea views overlooking Negombo beach, and serves up a mix of Eastern and Western dishes. There is also a fully-licensed bar serving a wide range of local and international liquors. Overlooking the pool, the restaurant offers the perfect location for a romantic meal at the end of the day, and can even cater for wedding ceremonies of up to 350 people.
Negombo is a fishing town offering a colourful and busy atmosphere at all times. There are clearly visible signs of Dutch and Portuguese origins such as churches, shrines, ramparts and forts. The Negombo beach also offers a colourful array of corals as well as a few ship wrecks while a favored sport is the catamaran ride. Negombo also offers you the facilities to enjoy diving and wind surfing. The town also boasts of having one of the biggest fishing ports in the country.