Amagi Lagoon is an opulent boutique resort set on a 2 acre land which borders the Negombo lagoon. It was built with the aim of providing an opportunity for guests to move into the lagoon & to experience new styles of recreation on their holiday. Located just 7 km away from the country's main airport, it is one of the closest hotels to Katunayake and is ideal for guests who want quick access to the airport.

Withdraw into the seclusion and serenity of Amagi Lagoon, and indulge in the pampering that you deserve. Amagi Lagoon offers luxurious accommodation and warm service at a unique location with a relaxed, homely atmosphere. Enjoy stunning panoramic views of the Negombo lagoon and witness glorious sunsets that tinge the skies with hues of russet and gold. Treat yourself to an assortment of seafood and exquisite local cuisine that have been expertly prepared by our chefs. Paradise awaits you at Amagi Lagoon, where you can embrace a tropical lifestyle.


Spacious and bright, Amagi Lagoon offers luxurious accommodations that welcome you with exquisite architecture, unique and inspiring design elements, modern amenities and stunning views of the Negombo Lagoon. Escape from the rest of the world and find your oasis in one of the hotel's 22 comfortable rooms, where each detail has been developed to suit you just right. Vibrant and soothing lagoon-themed interior designs have been carefully selected to reflect the tranquility of the surroundings, and a gracious blend of soft lagoon tones enhances the hotel rooms’ residential-style furnishings.

Amagi Lagoon offers guests the ultimately royal sleep experience with the finest of mattresses from Slumberland, the supplier of beds to Royal households from 1940 to present. The resort also offers 350 thread count bed linen and 650 gsm bath linen, exclusively supplied by Celcius, to ensure an unprecedented level of restful comfort.

Enter your own tropical realm and bask in the ample comforts of your very own island home-away-from-home.

Negombo lagoon

The Negombo Lagoon covers an area of 35 square kilometres and is the largest lagoon on the west coast of Sri Lanka. It is densely populated by water birds such as cormorants, herons, egrets, gulls, terns and other shorebirds and also provides fishermen with their supply of crabs, shrimp and other shelled fish.