Wattura Resort and Spa, the first family and wellness-oriented luxury boutique hotel in Sri Lanka is nestled between Waikkal beach and the Gin Oya estuary. Offering families and couples exclusive privacy and ultimate luxury, resort promises a paradisiacal escape for all.
Wattura Resort and Spa comprises of 27 luxury villas and suites, each with its own distinctive feature. The one-bedroom Suites overlook the river, while the two-bedroom Gin Oya Suite is more spacious and equipped with a plunge pool and private garden. The iconic Wattura Villas are complete with a day bed and plunge pool, a private courtyard and a garden which offers direct access to the beach. The avant-garde Wattura Residence with two bedrooms is ideal for families, offering space and comfort for everyone. Additional facilities include a rooftop infinity pool, daybeds, courtyard and private garden, open kitchen with BBQ equipment and more.
Replenish your soul with island delights, carefully concocted to suit your specific tastes and preferences by the master chefs. The main restaurant, Pappali is fitted with individual dining bays for guests to enjoy complete privacy. Their restaurant specializes in multicultural cuisine coupled with local ingredients, South Indian flavors and Arabic grilling techniques. Each dish is complemented by organic ingredients that are sourced from the garden onsite, while additional produce like fresh seafood, is gathered from and around neighboring villages.
The centre of the resort, the Wattura Spa operates as the life of the property. From exfoliating treatments that combine natural elements like river mud and crystals, to a private relaxation area featuring an aqua therapy waterfall, fish ponds, steam room and day beds placed within typical Sri Lankan gardens and multi-temperature aqua pools for relaxation, the spa has been designed to nourish the body and its energy. The retreat is also home to a fully-equipped fitness centre for the physique-conscious individual and an outdoor pool that’s an iconic resemblance of the Twin Ponds concept from medieval Anuradhapura. A cascading waterfall towering approximately 20ft in height plunges into the spa and one end of the pool.