Hotels in Mirissa

Swaying palms, golden beaches, shimmering waters, and fiery sunsets are just some of the many things that make Mirissa, a quintessential tropical paradise. Yet, the true beauty of this famed destination lies in its delightful culture that permeates this wonderful town.

150 KMFrom Colombo
2.5 HRRide by Car

Things to do

From having one of the top beaches in Sri Lanka replete with some epic waves for surfing to checking out cute cafes, there is an endless list of things to do in this beautiful crescent-shaped bay that is Mirissa!

Love to fish? Then deep-sea fishing in Mirissa definitely factors an exciting addition...

Consider yourself a fan of seafood? Then Mirissa is among one of the best travel...

Boasting pristine stretches of sandy shores, palm trees and crystal-clear waters...

While it is definitely possible to build your Mirissa itinerary on the go making sure that you figure in a day trip...

The Udawalawe National Park located in the South of Sri Lanka was established in the year 1972, as a sanctuary...

The entire buzz about chic little Mirissa comes from its expansive beach and scenic tropical settings...

Unawatuna is without a doubt among Sri Lanka’s most popular beach towns, and the main Unawatuna Beach...


Whether you’re in search of that luxurious retreat that you have been promising yourself, or you are set to have yourself a budget-friendly stay at a charming guest house, Mirissa promises to offer everyone what they are looking for when it comes to accommodation.
Featured Hotel Ubuntu Beach Villas

FAQs About Mirissa

The best time to visit Mirissa is in the month of December followed by October and then August.

Mirissa enjoys hot temperatures throughout most parts of the year, with high humidity and occasional rain showers.

Usually, more commercial hotels have in-house restaurants that serve both buffets and al carte meals. However, there are plenty of charming seaside cafes and restaurants that one can dine at for reasonable prices.

It’s absolutely safe to party in Mirissa at night, however, it’s always a good idea to follow basic travel safety rules wherever one is travelling.

Top hotels in Mirissa include Mirissa Hills, Mandara Resort Mirisssa, Mirissa Beach Villa, Paradise Beach Club. Malima Weligambay Villas and Marriott Bay Weligama.

Three to four days in Mirissa is considered to be an ideal amount of time to spend in this idyllic destination including covering all the fun activities one can enjoy while here, especially if you are planning to set aside time to explore the rest of the island.


Given the fact that Mirissa is located on the famed Southern Coast of the island, the closest point to the continental shelf, it draws in magnificent pods of migratory blue whales; this ensures it to be one of the finest whale sighting destinations in the world.