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“Rainforest edge is an ideal hotel for access to the sinharaja rainforest. The hotel itself is great for a couple of nights only as there is nothing to do in the evenings. It is very clean and the rooms are quite quirky with a’ flintstones’ type feel. The pool looks very nice but didnt get time to try it out . “
“I don’t understand why anyone would want to stay here. Its nowhere near the Rainforest its on top of a hill with nowhere to walk and its almost inaccessible. My wife and I arrived by car. We thought that the driver had taken the wrong route as the track was so bad and the place looked like an old shack”
“Mixed views on this place having spend 2 nights there in April. Think it is struggling economically and this may be starting to feed through into customer expereince. Food pretty poor apart from one good dinner and track to place has been washed out by rain meaning a tuk tuk shuttle every time! Good fun to start with but a”
“Date: 24 March 2008 Reviewer: Japanese in Colombo Sri Lanka I and my family (my wife 11 years old daughter & 4 years old son) just returned from Rainforest Edge (4 days 3 nights). All of us enjoyed Sri Lankan foods and staffs’ hospitality. Location of Rainforest Edge is nearly perfect and we enjoyed to walk surrounding area. Usually my”
“We stayed here for 2 days a few weeks ago. Yes it’s in a beautiful position and the staff are certainly friendly. Our room was as expected (exactly as featured on their website.) However we didn’t experience the wonderful food and service that previous reviewers appear to have had. We didn’t see bowls of fruit at each meal or a”
“If you really want to take time out of life then Rainforest edge is a must we travelled on a motorbike from Negombo to get here and i can tell you was worth every mile on the roads. The place is beautiful and the staff are so friendly we had the whole place to ourselves for two days. The guys”
“Unlike the previous reviewer I was blessed with clear hot weather IN the supposed rainy season the perfect conditions for enjoying the stunning view from this hill top boutique hotel (for boutique read small expensive and with ELLE decor aspirations). The rooms and the isolated location are perfect for loved-up couples who still enjoy conversation without the props of TV “
“We decided to stay here for 3 nights as we wanted to go hiking in the Rainforest. It was not the rainy season in fact the guidebook said it was a good time to go. We were very unlucky with the weather as it just poured most of the time. The welcome we got was lovely and the room was”
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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 Rainforest Edge 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.