Mosquito land! I don't know, maybe we got unlucky with the room we were given but the pictures showed a bright, modern and clean room. The room we got given was dark, dated, dinghy and dirty. We initially had to spend a fair bit of time removing all the mosquitoes which were already in the old and tatty net, fortunately the abundance of geckos and spiders in the room probably helped reduce their numbers further. Its strange that this hotel operates under at least two different names (see also Ashas Lagoon) and has so few reviews even though its quite clearly not new. The location is not on Tangalle beach like a lot are but a short walk away and next to the lagoon which means it doesn't really get the sea breeze. It did have an OK looking pool which no one seemed to use. The cost of breakfast was crazy expensive compared to other places on the seafront. Fortunately we only spent one night here but even for just £30 for a premium double it was poor value.