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Golden Pearl Tangalle Beach wins Silver at BestWeb.lk 2019

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Set along the magnificent stretch of golden sandy beaches in the southern coastline of Sri Lanka, Golden Pearl Tangalle Beach is a paradisiac escape for anyone looking to indulge in an unforgettable beach holiday. The hotel very recently won a silver award under the travel and tourism category at BestWeb.lk 2019 in recognition of its efforts in the digital sphere.

With scenic sunsets and overlooking the beautiful Indian Ocean, Golden Pearl Tangalle Beach offers 21 tastefully-decorated spacious rooms comprising superior, delux and super deluxe, with some having stunning picturesque sea views. Designed with comfort and convenience, every room is equipped with modern facilities and amenities and a private balcony.

The amazing cuisine features mouth-watering à la carte and set menus that will tantalise any pallet, with flavourful dishes ranging from traditional Sri Lankan and Asian to Western and Italian. It also has a wide array of beverages at the bar. Swim, splash, or sip by the side of the swimming pool with the tranquilising sound of the waves.

Golden Pearl Tangalle Beach has a luxurious, modern banquet hall with a capacity for around 230 people. Themed with golden hues and an ambience of dramatic and colourful lighting systems including its dance floor, it’s the perfect venue to celebrate life’s most memorable moments. The hotel also features a well-organised and fully equipped conference room for meetings and corporate training sessions. 

Guests can go surfing in many of its beaches, turtle watching at Rekawa, whale watching at Mirissa, visit the ancient Mulgirigala Rock Temple, KiriVehera, and the best preserved colonial sea fortress Galle Fort, explore diverse wildlife at Yala National Park and a wide plethora of birds at Kalametiya Bird Sanctuary or Bundala National Park, discover the renowned Sinharaja Forest, Tissamaharama Lake, Madunagala Hot Water Springs, Hummanaya Blowhole, the archaeological Meteor Hit Red Landscape, among various others which are all in very close proximity to the hotel. 

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