Occupying a prime location on one of Sri Lanka’s best beaches, Passekuda, Uga Bay by Uga Escapes is a stunning luxury beach resort that promises honeymooners a lavish seaside escape, enhanced by picturesque tropical beauty and world-class facilities. Whether you are relaxing in your sumptuously appointed guestroom or suite, snorkelling on the reef, jet skiing or visiting the colourful local villages, you are sure to have the Sri Lankan honeymoon of a lifetime.
Honeymoon resort information
Beach StudioThere are 22 Beach Studios and they each offer direct access to the golden sands of Passekuda. Situated on the ground floor, they open onto a private terrace and include a spacious bathroom with rain shower, a plush king-sized bed and cutting-edge technology such as free WiFi and an iPod docking station.
Ocean StudioUga Bay is home to 22 Ocean Studios, all of them situated on higher floors to command spectacular views of the lush resort gardens and the bay beyond. Each room is home to a plush king-sized bed, an amply proportioned bathroom with rain shower, and a selection of luxury amenities including a mini bar, DVD player and iPod docking station.
Beach VillaThis majestic two-storey villa provides you with unobstructed bay views and private beach access, and consists of two bedrooms (one king, one twin), two en-suite bathrooms and a generous living and dining area. Step outside and you will also find your very own bar counter and sun loungers, not to mention a pristine private pool.
Uga Bay by Uga Escapes is also home to an expansive main swimming pool and an infinity pool, not to mention a well-appointed gymnasium where you can work off the calories from last night’s decadent dinner. Thrilling water sports are also available from the hotel, such as jet skiing, kayaking, windsurfing, snorkelling and scuba diving.
Various enjoyable excursions and activities can also be arranged, whether you want to tour the ancient city of Polonnaruwa, go whale or dolphin watching, or take a few cookery classes to learn more about the local culinary specialties.