The brainchild of experienced hotel owner George Cooper, KK Beach is a brand new luxury boutique resort in Sri Lanka, occupying a stunning location on the beachfront a mere 12km from Galle. Home to sumptuously furnished rooms, suites and penthouses, KK Beach also promises outstanding wining and dining and the opportunity to enjoy a variety of fun-filled activities, all while making the most of the resort’s top-notch facilities and unrivalled standards of personalized service.
Holiday resort information
Deluxe DoubleMeasuring a generous 40sqm in size, these bright and airy guestrooms are a delightful option for couples, affording you picturesque ocean views through full-length windows, and ensuring a blissful night’s sleep with their plush king-sized beds swathed in Egyptian cotton. Additional comforts include a mini bar, free WiFi, a gleaming en-suite bathroom with large walk-in shower, and your very own private furnished terrace where you can enjoy your morning tea or coffee.
SuiteThere are only 6 suites available at KK Beach, all of them spacious and exquisitely decorated and furnished. The king-sized bed faces out over the ocean, ensuring spectacular views the moment you awaken, and there is also a cosy seating area, a gleaming modern bathroom, and a private terrace with café table and chairs.
PenthousesLocated on the top floor of the resort, these 80sqm abodes will take your breath away with their winning combination of comfort and class. With a desk that doubles as a headboard, ample wardrobe space, a lavish bathroom with separate shower and tub, and a large, furnished private terrace, they offer plenty of room in which to relax and unwind with your loved one. Additional amenities include free WiFi, satellite channels, and a BOSE Bluetooth sound system.
Yoga and cookery classes provide additional ways to enjoy yourselves and pick up some handy new skills, and if you are in the mood for adventure the hotel offers easy access to local land and water-based activities and excursions. These range from scuba diving and deep sea fishing through to boat trips, cultural tours and even whale watching.