|Rest and relax on the golden beaches at Nilaveli Beach Hotel
Nilaveli Beach Hotel is situated 10 miles North of Trincomalee, which is famous for its huge natural harbour. Wide beaches stretch along the coast and at places the water is so shallow you can walk a kilometre out to sea. The hotel has six categories of rooms from Suites to Deluxe rooms and Standard AC two Non AC rooms which will cater to any ones budget. There is main Restaurant serving Eastern and Western Cuisine and a Bar, which serves local and foreign liquor. Conference facilities are available for 60-100 pax with a limited range of conference aids. After swimming in the sea you can take dip in the pool which is next to the beach bar where Bar-Be-Ques are held in the evening. There are two Tennis Courts, Table Tennis, Boat Excursion, Diving and Fishing Trips, which will give you a variety of leisure activities at the hotel.
The port town of Trincomalee, or Trinco as it is more affectionately known, stands on a finger of land jutting out into the Indian Ocean. This headland protects one of the worlds largest natural harbours, encompassing 53 Kilometres (33 miles) of shoreline, and many small bays within the main bay. Admiral Nelson called it the "finest harbour in the world" although, after Colombo, it is now the second most important port.
The clock tower, bus stand and fish market are all close to one another on the Fort Fredrick side of town, and a short walk down Dock Yard road will bring you to Stephens Cemetery. Just out of Trincomalee on the Anuradhapura road are the famous Kenniyai Hot Springs. Hindus who come perform certain ceremonies for the dead revere the seven wells here.
Nilavlei Beach Hotel has been able to maintain much of its past glory, glamour and above all the hospitality for which it is well known for, once inside the hotel, it is hard to find the quietness, the peaceful atmosphere and the friendly staff in many other resorts in Sri Lanka.
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