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“We stayed in this hotel for only 1 night. It is a period vintage hotel. The bed was very comfortable as it was an iron one very old fashioned with brass bed stead. The rooms were quite small and perhaps needed decorating. The bathroom had an iron bath but plenty of hot water. The sink was in the bedroom. All”
“We stayed at the hotel in Jan 2008. It’s situated in the heart of Bandarawela. As a colonial building that’s been there for more than a century it’s in very good condition. The garden is well-maintained. The room is old fashioned but spacious and clean. It has an iron bed old TV old style sink bath and furniture. We had”
“We stayed here as put of a tour of Sri Lanka with Walkers Tour. After reading some of the reviews on here I was a little worried about what we would find we stayed two nights at this colonel built hotel. The history of this hotel is excellent dating back to the 1890’s and seems very little is different. The”
“Bandarawela hotel is a quaint old hill station made into a hotel. We visited it in 1984 and it was magical. Iron beds and the old fashioned charm We returned this year. The old fashioned charm is still there but the town has grown in size and noise and the new mosque is a real dawn wake up. The memories”
“Characterful old hotel which feels like you are stepping back into 1940s. Old fashioned rooms complete the bedsteads and iron baths and attentive service throughout. Spotlessly clean. Excellent food with a more home-cooked feel than other larger hotels. No pool however. Visiting is a really good experience and well recommended. more “
“We stayed here purely as a convenient point to set off early for the Horton Plains National Park (great birds and scenery). The previous comments are accurate but don’t give enough credence to the fantastic ‘colonial’ atmosphere of the building which is (thankfully) not carried over to the service which is friendly and helpful. Though welcome on arrival wasn’t”
“Firstly another TA correction: Location of hotel is Bandarawela which is 150 km SouthEast of Kandy (4 hours by car through the highest mountains/hills of Lanka). Location is actually quite good close to centre but still quiet enough. Rooms are 1970-1980 quality some old furniture and not too good bathroom and also a bit basic restaurant. Compensated for by a”
“Un hôtel qui a du charme certainement mais bruyant cependant la cuisine y est excellente pas de buffet qui finissent”
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Sri Lanka is a land that is truly blessed by Nature. Its beauty unfolds in myriad ways and with so much to see, time is precious and getting to the Bandarawela Hotel or nearby resorts can get a real pain. So why not take a Sri Lankan air taxi and arrive at your hotel unstressed? Internal flights in Sri Lanka operate from a dedicated domestic terminal at the Bandaranaike International Airport and fly to Colombo City (Waters Edge, Kotte), Bentota, Dickwella, Koggala, Kandy, Castlereagh, Sigiriya, Batticaloa and Trincomalee.