7,504 km from the Hollmann Beletage in Vienna, Robert Hollmann created a unique refuge in Dickwella South. In an elevated palm grove surrounded by 273 coconut trees, it was the many mango trees which were the namesake for the UTMT – Underneath the Mango Tree - Beach & Spa Resort. The most southern beach hotel in Sri Lanka is an unconventional interpretation of Sinhalese architecture and combines modern design with customary structure and materials. Those seeking calm can expect 13 rooms, one suite and 8 villas – lavish, unique and above all luxurious. UTMT’s restaurant seduces you with its unbelievable view of the Indian Ocean and sweeps you away into the mysterious world of Sinhalese cuisine. Along with a 25m pool, the Ayurveda Spa offers professional guidance in combining yoga and meditation with Ayurvedic teachings. The 200 m long private beach dotted with coconut trees and mango groves ensures pure seclusion.
The 65 sqm Ocean View Villa is an ideal haven for those seeking rest and relaxation. The private pool with garden and terrace offers pure rejuvenation and the living room with kitchen and eating area as well the separate sleeping quarters with luxurious bathroom grant plenty of space to relax.
LISTEN TO THE BREAKING OF WAVES ON THE PRIVATE BEACH. LET THE SUN TICKLE YOU.
Dickwella South is in southern Sri Lanka between Matara and Tangalle. The small fishing village sits on one of the most beautiful beaches in the Indian Ocean. The Wewurukannala Vihara temple – where you can find the highest Buddha statue in this tropical island country – is located in Dickwella. Some of the most impressive flora and fauna, such as wild elephants, crocodiles and a bird sanctuary, can be found in national parks like the Yala West National Park and the Bundala National Park. The south of the island is one of the best spots in the world for blue whale-, sperm whale- and dolphin watching.