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Located just a short walk from Mirissa Bay, renowned for its seasonal whale and dolphin watching, Paradise Beach Club offers 50 air-conditioned rooms and suites, most with views of the Indian Ocean.

The hotel is conveniently located just ten minutes from the harbour (the departure point for whale watching excursions) around one hour from the historic city of Galle, and equidistant from Sri Lanka’s premier national parks of Yala and Udawalawe Facilities include a pool and a restaurant with a magnificent view of the Indian Ocean and its amazing sunsets.

Accommodation consists of 20 super deluxe air-conditioned double rooms with ocean view, king-size bed, en suite bathroom with modern fittings, private balcony and electronic safe.. There are also 20 deluxe air-conditioned double rooms in a new wing with king-size bed, private balcony/porch and modern en suite bathroom. A selection of suites (including one family suite) complete the range of accommodation on offer at Paradise Beach Club. 

The Continental Shelf runs close to the shoreline at Mirissa, making it the perfect spot for one of Sri Lanka’s key attractions: whale and dolphin watching from December to April. In the vicinity you can also visit coconut and rubber plantations, as well as spice gardens and Buddhist temples. There is also some great surfing to be experienced from Mirissa's sheltered sandy beach - ideal for beginners and experts alike.

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This accommodation is located in:

Mirissa

Although Mirissa has a beautiful stretch of sandy beach, it is not relaxing on its golden sands that we recommend, for Mirissa is one of the foremost places in the world to see blue and sperm whales. Between December and April, when the sea is relatively calm, they arrive off the coast to feed in the rich waters.

  • Where: Southern Province
  • Ideal for viewing: blue whale, sperm whale, humpback whale, spinner dolphin, bottlenose dolphin
  • Excellent for: Whale watching