Welcome To Sri Lanka!

Welcome To Paradise Beach Hotel!

Paradise Beach Hotel was known as Sunflower Beach Hotel for the last 38 years. Now the Hotel is owned by a British national and managed by well experienced staff in the Hotel trade from 1st December, 2008.

When you think of a holiday in Sri Lanka, the first thing that comes to our mind is the gorgeous palm fringed beaches of Sri Lanka, the lush green tropical landscapes and the hospitality of the Sri Lankan people. Negombo is a popular beachside retreat situated just minutes away from the International Airport. It boasts of some of the finest beaches in the country along with other attractions such as the Muthurajawela marshes which is home to many varieties of fauna, flora and birds, 100 km long canal network, the Dutch Fort built in 1672, the ancient churches, the second largest fish market in the country along with the daily fish auctions, lagoon boat rides and much more. Paradise Beach hotel is a 62 roomed charming hotel by the Negombo beach.

We at Paradise Beach Hotel are committed to ensure that our guests have the most memorable holiday of their life time in Sri Lanka, enjoying themselves to the fullest whether it’s relaxing on the beach, sipping an exotic cocktail at the bar or trying out our delicious Sri Lankan and International dishes at our restaurant.

24/7 Front Desk

24-hour front desk service! Your flight arrives late at night? Don't worry will be able to check in.

Restaurant Bar

Dine under the stars by the pool, Beach pavilion or at the restaurant with commanding views of the Ocean.

Transfer Services

Visit Village Temples, Old Churches, Historical buidings built by the Dutch, Lagoon boat trip, Visith Negombo Fish Market and more...


Invites you to relax and unwind from the hustle and bustle of city life.


Negombo Fish Market

The Negombo Fish Market is a fresh fish market, literally, on the beach shore. The endless rows of dried fish against the Negombo sky makes a startling sight.


Negombo Beach

Negombo, Situated six kilometres from the International airport of Sri Lanka, is a characteristic predominantly fishing town with narrow streets and small boutiques and many a historic churches to visit and see, with its routes running back to the arrival of the Portuguese


Hamilton Canal

The Dutch showed their love of canals here like nowhere else in Sri Lanka. Canals extend from Negombo all the way south to Colombo and north to Puttalam, a total distance of over 120km. You can hire a bicycle in Neg