A stately Grande dame in the city of Galle on Sri Lanka’s south coast, Amangalla Hotel has the period charm of a bygone era. Built in 1684, the historic edifice retains its heritage in every architectural and decorative detail. Galle Fort’s tumultuous history spans more than 400 years; the streets are lined with old houses, their verandas still in use every afternoon. Set within its ramparts, Amangalla is an integral part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Amangalla Hotel restored with care and brought to life by antique furnishings and decorations, the 28 Rooms and Suites are connected by a two-storey Garden House. A private space set within Amangalla’s mature garden, the 151.5-square-metre (1,630-square-foot) one-bedroom Garden House offers a spacious living/dining room, as well as a wrap-around balcony overlooking an immaculate garden.Set in Amangalla’s Church Street wing, the 65-square-meter (699-square-foot) Chambers enjoy views over the treetops towards the ramparts of Galle Fort.
Overlooking the Dutch-colonial Groote Kerk (Great Church), Amangalla Hotel’s 40-square-meter (430-square-foot) Bedrooms feature jack wood floors and elegant colonial-influenced furnishings.Opening directly to the gardens via elegant French windows, the 40-square-meter (430-square-foot) Garden Bedrooms feature jack wood floors and elegant colonial-influenced furnishings. Encompassing 65 square meters (699 square feet), these garden-facing Chambers feature elegant outdoor sitting areas.Extending to 80 square meters (861 square feet), Amangalla Suites overlook the fort ramparts and the harbor through the leaves of Para rubber trees.
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Service Offers by Amangalle Hotel
Yes, Amangalla Hotel also offering Babysitting services. They are not charging any fee for it. This luxurious hotel doing babysitting kindof services for free.
Kids love wallowing in the swimming pool or delving into the plunge pools of the Hydrotherapy Spa. Cooking lessons are loads of fun, teaching youngsters the art of chocolate brownie making, or how to make a mean toffee ice-cream. Outdoors, smalls can choose between cricket lessons and kite flying on the fort’s grassy ramparts.