Sunday, July 26, 2009

Heritance Ahungalla - Ahungalla

A sapphire blue vista of water unfolds as you enter the five star luxury of Heritance Ahungalla. Legendary architect Geoffrey Bawa's signature infinity pool blends with the endless ultramarine expanse of the Indian Ocean. Visit the Kosgoda turtle hatchery or go on a river safari on the Madu Ganga among virgin mangroves. Step on to endless pristine white beaches, feel the caress of the salt spray breeze and the tropical sun on your skin, wade into the warm ocean shallows; let your soul blend with infinity.
Heritance showcases a unique gastronomy. It is built on authentic Sri Lankan cuisine developed not only through generations of tradition but by using the latest scientific advancements and outstanding culinary skills of our internationally award winning chefs. Sri Lankan cuisine, which we have inherited, is based on local ingredients and enriched by the history of influences the island nation has faced over its long history.
The Heritance Ahungalla has its own night club and disco. After a long day on the beach you can come down to our night club for a few drinks and dance away the night. As one of the few five star hotel night clubs in the area, we are also popular with the locals and there can be a good crowd on Friday and Saturday nights.

Our Spa belongs to a chain of 24 award-winning, world renowned spas. Its philosophy is based on balancing a pyramid of the five senses; sight, sound and touch are the base of the pyramid; taste and smell form the centre; the apex symbolises the unique sensory experience of the Spa. We offer therapy packages to totally rejuvenate your mind, body and soul.
We are committed to conserving and protecting this unique natural and cultural environment for the benefit of posterity. Sri Lanka has particularly strict laws to protect the environment, wildlife and marine life. We are proud to say that the Heritance Ahungalla not only complies fully with these laws, but we also goes well beyond them; we take pleasure in our conservation work. We also respect the social and cultural sensitivities of the neighbouring communities, while assisting them economically. We purchase local products and services, and involve these communities in our environmental conservation work.

The official website can be found here.

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