Aditya has earned the reputation as one of the finest and most distinctive boutique hotels in Sri Lanka. Located in the much coveted southern coast of the island, this enchanting hotel is nestled in the town of Rathgama, in the city of Galle, close to Galle Fort, Madu River and Hikkaduwa corals.
Aditya Resort Galle
Tastefully furnished and decorated, it has a very luxurious environment and most importantly a private beach. Out of its 12 suites, 6 are Shanthi Suites (private garden), 5 are Sagara Suites (ocean vista), and 1 Surya Grand Suite. Each suite has its own unique décor consisting of antiques and a soothing ambience, also featuring luxury amenities and a plunge pool. All suites are equipped with large-screen TVs, DVD/CD players, mini-bars, safes, hairdryers, tea & coffee service, his & her sinks and vanity mirrors.
The suites feature a plunge pool, verandah and courtyard views.
This astonishing penthouse suite comprises two levels. The lower level boasts expansive living space with plush furnishings to stretch out, relax, watch a movie or entertain. The upper level hosts a magnificently proportioned bed, sumptuous to behold. Outside, there is a massive private sun-deck and an open air plunge pool overlooking the Indian Ocean.
These suites have purpose-designed balconies offering unparalleled views of the ocean, spectacular bathrooms and plunge pools.
Aditya has no fixed mealtimes, which means you may dine whenever you wish. Meals can be custom prepared by the chef, and a table can be set anywhere, including the beach. You can also relax and rejuvenate with spa treatments in the comfort of your own suite or in the Garden Spa. There is facility to workout with gym equipment or with a yoga session at the beach. They also have a library well-stocked with books and movies. All arrangements for your transport can be made directly at the reception counter. Airport transfers, tours and short distance trips in a variety of vehicles ranging from three-wheelers to chauffeured cars and luxury coaches are provided by Aditya.
Between November to March you can look forward to Whales & Dolphin watching trips at Mirrissa. You could even learn to climb a coconut tree the Sri Lankan way.