Emerald Bay Hotel

Emerald Bay Hotel

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“my husband and i stayed at this hotel. food bad air con bad electrics dangeous food cold and not covered cant swim in the sea man died due to undercurrent untold dogs staff want a tip every 5 mins no music day or night. . cheffs uniform never been washed. the only thing i can say we have… “


“First world prices but not the standards. Holey polyester towels which didn’t dry. Badly tarnished mirror. Dirty shower curtain.Bedroom lighting so bad impossible to read in room.Wild dogs – apparent harmless- wandering around and peeing on beach towels. Staff were very pleasant and even though hotel charged european rates the staff member we spoke to was paid equivalent of £45… “


“My girlfriend and I came in December ’08 for a 12 day holiday and was rather apprehensive due to the reviews we had read after we had booked. The rooms could do with a little updating but nothing major mirror in bathroom was a little tainted plug didn’t keep water in the hand basin. Wardrobe needs more than four hangers … “


“We booked a bargain 2 week stay at this hotel. Good Points Room had everything we needed was very clean and all rooms have balcony or veranda looking out to sea. Staff very friendly and willing Food we thought was fine. We only ate the Sri Lankan not the International Beach was clean water was clear and waves exciting Bus… “


“Booked at the last minute we did not know what to expect. When we arrived the people at reception could not have been more helpful after a welcoming drink we were taken straight to our ground floor room who’s terrace lead straight on to the palmed lined sun area and thence to the beach. The room was clean and welcoming … “


“We spent 2 weeks at the Emerald Bay; we had 5 * service in this 3 * every member of staff went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable. The food was very good and plentiful always with choice of western or local dishes. “Big Chef & Little Chef” cooked magnificent omelettes each morning to order & fresh… “


“My wife and I stayed at the Emerald Bay Hotel in November last year when it had just been taken over by Laugfs Leisure Limited a part of the Laugfs group. Laugfs are a big company in Sri Lanka and are involved among other things in gas petrol supermarkets and convenience stores. Their environmental credentials are also very good as… “


“I had second thoughts with regard this hotel after reading other reviews on this site towards the Emerald bay. I can only state what I found with regard our holiday this December 2008. Yes there has been a change in management and staff with a very positive approach towards the running of the hotel. The new manager has made many… “


“Visited the Emerald Bay in November 2008 for three weeks. New management are attempting to turn this hotel around. I found the food to be generally very good. Apparantly new restaurant staff etc have been employed. Unfortunately an element of the hotel staff have very sticky fingers! Never leave any amount of money in the room [even small amounts of… “


“We arrived at the hotel on the 7th June we could not beleive it it certainly wasnt like the brochure discribed it the food was cold and we had holes in our bathroom ceiing we tried to speak to other guests to see what the hotel was really like and was given the cold shoulder straight away there is no… “


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