Its now called Amaya Lakes Resort, was bought by large company in Colombo,Rooms are set in a park like setting and were beautiful,service in rooms is wonderful, but service in cafe was bad! and its sad because this is a beautiful resort . I wish I could say something nice re; service in cafe but cannot. I paid 118.00$ per nite I cannot say it was worth it, but their is only one other nice hotel in the area, so if it is full you are stuck! Call ahead and check area before you drive to Dambula, unless you are with a tour group (and I was not). Next stop Unawatuna!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- On the shores of enchanting Kandalama Lake, discover a lifestyle defined by tradition and natural splendour. Nestled amid 40 acres of lush forest, Amaya Lake preserves the aura of local historical treasures, creating a feeling of old-world Sri Lankan charm matched with modern luxury. Located in the heart of Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle, the resort is the ideal base for exploring nearby wonders such as the ancient city of Anuradhapura and the Dambulla cave temples. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Amaya Lake Dambulla
- Amaya Lake Hotel Dambulla