Nestled by the Indian Ocean along the coast of Negombo, the Camelot Beach Hotel is of proximity to the International Airport. Offering modern facilities and a charming atmosphere, the hotel staff always caters to your needs. From succulent seafood dishes to tropical cocktails, you can laze around the pool or simply enjoy a herbal therapy at the Ayurvedic centre. The hotel indeed offers you a tropical holiday filled with fun and tranquillity.
Located in the fishing town of Negombo, Camelot Beach Hotel is located along the western coastal belt of Sri Lanka. Negombo is found within close proximity to the Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayake making it a frequent spot for tourists as well as locals. Colombo is approximately 37km away from the hotel while it takes roughly about an hour to travel with no traffic.
Camelot Beach Hotel provides you with 83 guestrooms while standard room facilities include air-conditioning with temperature control, fan, hot and cold water, radio and piped music and laundry services. Hair dryers and baby cots can be obtained upon request. Most of the guestrooms include a private balcony or terrace while some include doors directly that open on to the beach.
Guests can enjoy delicious meals with seafood specialties at the Camelot Beach Hotel's main restaurant. There are two swimming pools along with a kiddie's pool where you can laze around and swim to your hearts content. Other facilities at the hotel include an Ayurveda center, animation programs, a television lounge with international channels, evening entertainment, foreign currency exchange, safety deposit lockers in the reception, gem and jewellery shop, WI-Fi in the lobby area, bar facilities, parking facilities and IDD call facilities at the reception. Room service is also provided from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Negombo which is a famous fishing village is located by the shores of the Negombo Lagoon and was once a famous trading port for the Dutch as well as Portuguese. The Dutch influence is clearly visible in the city with old buildings such as churches still standing tall resembling the bygone era. Attractions in the city include the Old Dutch Fort Gate and the Dutch Canal which is quite long and still runs through the town where you can even enjoy a boat ride. There are various shops that come alive in the evening selling various handicrafts while road side restaurants and cafes are available in large numbers.