Welcome to Tangerine Beach Hotel
Pure beachside bliss and lazy days await you at one of the most luxurious hotels in Kalutara, Sri Lanka. Space meets light at our sunny haven in a fusion of ancient and modern design, where myriad corners of quiet beauty are yours to call your own. A vast stretch of glittering sands kiss the rolling surf. The palms sway and beckon you to bring a deck chair, and at just 40km South from Colombo on the Western coastline, you don’t have to travel far for it either.
kerrymg " Lovely Sri Lanka"
Wow - what a place but this review is of the hotel so here goes - 1st impressions very pretty with reception staff pleasant and check in quick. Email to request a 3rd floor was honored and we got a lovely room (deluxe sea view) as requested. Room - v comfortable, beds lovely with plenty of pillows, bathroom great, 2 minors (1 room did smell a little damp but soon rectified with air con and body spray and 2) lock to balcony bit dodgy but was mended 2nd week).Met some very nice people and did a couple of tours with Up Lanka (highly recommended). All in all really loved this trip and would recommend to anyone - enjoy
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Sri Lanka tourism celebrates the Golden Jubilee of the founding of the (then) Ceylon Tourist Board in 1966, with a commemorative event at the BMICH on Friday, May 27 and will issue a celebratory volume and a special stamp to mark the event. It has every reason for joyous celebration, for in these fifty years the national travel and tourism industry has made giant strides from being a small industry with hope, to become today the country's fourth biggest industry in terms of earnings for the national exchequer and will soon become the third biggest, with the prospect of becoming the biggest, sooner than many expect. Even as we celebrate, it behooves us to reflect upon what our beginnings were and, indeed, our genesis. On this happy occasion let us look back on who our friends were and who helped us to get this far to where we are. SRI LANKA- PATA TOURISM STALWARTS The late Dharmasiri Senanayake, then Minister of Tourism and a former Chairman of the Ceylon Tourist Board in conversation with then President & CEO of PATA, Lakshman Ratnapala, himself an alumnus of the CTB, At left is George Ondaatjie, a former Chairman of the Sri Lanka PATA Chapter and Chairman Tangerine Group of Hotels and at right is the late Clement Ranasooriya, a multi-term Chairman of the PATA Chapter and winner of the PATA Award of Excellence.