Aditya, open since 2006, has won renown as one of Sri Lanka’s finest and most distinctive boutique hotels. We strive to provide the utmost in discreet personalized service, a tastefully luxurious environment, and an exquisitely private beachside location.
We have 16 suites in all - six Garden/Courtyard suites (Shanthi), five Ocean view suite (Sagara), and the Surya Grand Suite (Penthouse). Each suite is uniquely decorated with exotic art and antiques. All feature a lavish of amenities, including a private plunge pool.
At Aditya, the usual rules melt away in the sun. There are no fixed meal times – you may dine whenever and wherever you wish. Our master chef can whip up anything you fancy, and your table can be set anywhere, including the beach..
You can indulge in invigorating spa treatments in the privacy of your own suite – a specialty of the hotel - or if you prefer, at our serene purpose-made Spa. You can also feel the burn at our fitness centre, enjoy a purifying Yoga session in the bracing sea breeze, or peruse the books and movies at our well-stocked library.
WINE & DINE
As with everything, mealtimes at Aditya don’t come with a rulebook. You define what you want to eat, when you wish and even where you fancy.
Our extensive a al carte menu is designed to fulfil any culinary desire you want fulfilled and if you can’t find it in our menu, our Chef will be happy to make it for you.
Aditya is designed and run to minimize impact on the environment while maintaining the highest standards of comfort and luxury.
We play an important role in our surrounding rural community. Most of our service team comes from the neighbouring villages. We source most of our produce requirements locally. We also make regular contributions to community development activities.
One of the best ways to enhance a holiday experience is to make a difference. If you would like to play a deeper role in the well-being of the land and people, we would be happy to provide help and guidance.
Aditya puts you at the heart of a fascinating corner of the island. By day, you could be meditating at an age-old village temple. By night you might be gyrating to 21st century techno at a beachside club.
The historic fort city of Galle, the enchanting Madu River and the hip surf and coral gardens of Hikkaduwa are just a short drive away.
For a truly memorable moonlit experience, you can visit the nearby turtle hatchery. There you can watch hundreds of turtle hatchlings as they scamper across the sands to meet their watery destiny.
Visit us between November to March and we’ll set you up for a high seas adventure where you’ll get close up and personal with majestic whales and playful dolphins.