Sri Lanka Accommodation,
Dry Zone

Shinagawa Beach


On the Southern coast of Sri Lanka, Shinagawa Beach hotel is situated upon a beautiful stretch of sandy beach. The luxurious hotel offers stunning ocean views, fantastic dining and comfortable modern accommodation. Whilst the grounds are a beautiful place to while away your time, the hotel is also conveniently located in close proximity to many nearby attractions – both wildlife and culturally focused – making the Shinagawa Beach the perfect base from which to explore this region.

The hotel has a restaurant – Salt – offering fine dining international cuisine, and Crimson – a cocktail bar. The Tuna Boat venue is upon the beach, and offers a chance for private dining in a wonderfully romantic setting. Accommodation is in the form of either deluxe rooms or suites. All facing the ocean, you will be staying in a high comfort with beautiful views guaranteed. The suites comprise a bedroom with king-sized bed, a living room area, private balcony and en-suite bathroom. Deluxe rooms are equipped with the same amenities but are simply smaller and slightly less luxuriously furnished.


The hotel has a pool, Balinese spa, restaurant, cocktail bar, private dining location and fitness centre. Rooms have king-sized beds, air conditioning, LED TV, mini bar, free Wi-Fi, private balcony, tea and coffee maker, electronic safe and luxury Ayurveda toiletries.

Optional Activities

Guests can enjoy private dining, cookery demonstrations, diving and snorkelling or trying their hand at Beeralu lace making. Excursions to local attractions such as Galle Fort, Ambalangoda mask factory museum, the Kosgoda sea turtle conservation project, Lunuganga architecture garden, moonstone mine or whale watching in Mirissa.

Alan Godwin

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our Sri Lanka tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

Exactly what we hoped for in a country which we already liked. UK agents always quick to respond to queries and flexible in designing our trip. Exactly what we hoped for in a country which we already liked. Highlights – six Leopards! Nearly 100 species of birds. Many elephants including family groups, as well as plenty of monkeys, deer, Crocs etc.

Mrs HA- Amersham