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European-managed Kamala Dreams gets a consistent thumbs-up from its guests.
This small 18-room hotel was badly hit by the tsunami but of course any signs of damage are long gone — they've even expanded. The spacious rooms are very clean and furnished with a king-sized bed, teak dining table, and a kitchenette with mini-fridge and microwave. All rooms have satellite TV, IDD phones, WiFi internet access, individual balcony, and a sea view. For the location, rates here are reasonable and we were offered a good walk-in discount rate without too much pressing. Prices include breakfast, and baby cots are available for no extra charge. The pool is on the small side, but there's a larger ocean just 50 metres away. The friendly staff are helpful with planning excursions outside of Kamala and there's an equally popular seafood restaurant on site.
By Lana Willocks
Last updated on 12th February, 2016.