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Hotel Tree Of Life

“We booked this hotel through a local travel agent…I allowed his enthusiasm to shape my expectations so I openly admit that these color this review. In a nutshell I would have been much more satisfied with the value and quality if the price would have been around $120/night. The agent described the Tree of Life as “5-star”. Well my husband”

“Think I must have been at another ‘Tree of Life as I can’t agree with previous postings! My husband & I thoroughly enjoyed our 3 nights at the hotel even with torrential rain. Delux rooms up near the pool in the new wing were fine and were clean with brilliant views from the balcony. Staff could not do enough for”

“Rooms and toilets are not clean bad smell from towels front desk restaurent house keeping don’t answer the phone at night. cannot contact staff at night as they all are sleeping. Restaurent refuse to take orders when they have wedding or conferences. the worst place i have ever been. more “

“Fantastic setting but ugly building. Dark damp rooms that were in need of a good clean. Surly staff showed little interest. Poor value for money and one of the worst places we stayed during our 3 weeks in Sri Lanka. more “

“We stayed at the Tree of Life for 2 nights. It’s a welcome escape from the traffic & noise of Kandy & we thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful setting & the amenities. We stayed in the new huge & beautifully appointed chalet rooms. Each has a balcony with a massage table & herbal spa bath as well as a huge bathroom”

“Although the setting and the grounds for this hotel well outside the crowded streets of Kandy are beautifully green and lush at least some of the rooms are positively dire. We originally has a large suite with dreary old bedding and drapes a carpet that was scary to walk on and a balcony overlooking a car park and building site…. “

“We stayed here in June 2004 for 4 nights as part of our honeymoon. The hotel is in a lovely setting but the accommodation fell short of the mark. we were given a ‘cottage’ or ‘bungalow’ room. The first room we had was downright filthy including severe bug problems in the bathroom and piles of old hair brushed into the”

“we stayed for 2 days/nights as part of a 18 day tour. Once the home of a former tea plantation manager the original bungalow is lovely and the accommadation directly behind the bungalow looked very nice. we were taken to rooms further on not in keeping with the original house a rather ugly building. Our room was your average hotel”

“A very special experience it was (2 years back). From the hustle bustle of Kandy city to this oasis of peace 10 miles to the SouthWest. Hotel is really 8-10 different buildings amidst an old plantation with impressive modern architecture that still mingles nicely with the landscape. Rooms were nice: spacious and with views of the lush surroundings. Walks in”

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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 Hotel Tree Of Life 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.

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