On our pit stop, we decided to check into this hotel. My experience was tremendous.
The resort is located very close to the famous Sigiriya rock but has a few attractions of its own.
It is spread over a vast acreage and is amazing to have walks during the early mornings and evenings. They have individually spaced out row houses and villas, and each cluster of them have a attraction attached i.e. rice field in one place and a garden in the other.
The rooms are very cosy and nice, and the bathrooms stock the necessary toiletries of decent quality. The Porch has a lounger, to sit and read or relax.
The food at the restaurant is just about OK, with both a la carte and buffet on offer. The breakfast was ample and good in taste too. The best part of the evening was the Arrack cocktails we had at the bar. Made with fresh ingredients, they tasted like sweet nectar.
Overall, this place is a good option if you have Sigiriya on your itinerary and are also looking to spend a few ore days to unwind. It isn't too heavy on the pocket too.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Inspired by the traditional ways of Sri Lankan life, we have conceptualised and grouped our 120 rooms into 06 clusters, namely Kingfisher, Paddy Field, Temple, Avurudhu (New Year), Ganga Addara (River bank) and King's Arbour. In an evergreen ambience, where the air is purer and rich-soil is sprinkled with beautiful blossoms, our conceptualised 120 rooms are awaiting to accommodate you as a lucky lodger, stimulating your senses to a novel existence. ... more less
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