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Published on Jul 11, 2011
Bandarawela Hotel at Bandarawela, built in 1873, has been well maintained yet not modernized, retaining the original architecture and interior decoration. Right behind the city center is the driveway of the Bandarawela Hotel that take you right back to the Colonial period of Ceylon. Bandarwela Hotel is managed by Aitken Spence Group of Companies in Sri Lanka.
The garden where an old black Austin Healey and BSA motorbike is parked, the reception where an old Bakelite telephone and a big clunky typewriter is showcased, enhance the colonial charm of the hotel. Without being a 5 star modern luxury hotel, yet being equipped and furnished for a comfortable stay, Bandarawela Hotel is geared to bring in unique experiences to its guests. Bandarawela Hotel Location
Bandarawela Hotel is located 180km away from Colombo at Bandarawela, a hill country resort in the central province of Sri Lanka. 1230m above the sea level, Bandarawela is surrounded by rings of hills adorned with seamless tea plantations. Bandarawela Hotel Accommodation
35 comfortable rooms are set up with attached bath, shower with hot and cold water, radio, Television, Hairdryer, Piped music, and telephone with International Direct Dialing (IDD) facility. Bandarawela Hotel Facilities
Property Amenities at Bandarawela Hotel Porters, 24 Hour Front Desk, Free Parking, News Stand, Laundry/Valet Services, Guest Laundromat, Room Service, Safe Deposit Box, Wake-up Service 24 Hour Security, Handicapped Rooms/Facilities, Security, Telephone, Breakfast Buffet Restaurant with international cuisine Conference Facilities Lounge bar and public bar and swimming pool Indoor games - table tennis and billiard Badminton court, Tennis court and golf course Children's play area Special theme night Hiking, Trekking and Biking Bandarawela Hotel Excursions
Bandarawela Hotel is an ideal base for excursions to surrounding tourist attractions. Traveling to Horton Plains and trekking along the path in the plains to the Worlds End and Bakers Falls Traveling to Nuwara Eliya and Hakgala Botanical Gardens. Biking to surrounding hill stations of Diyatalwa, Nuwara Eliya, Ella and Badulla Visiting Adisham Monastery Trekking to tea plantations and nearby waterfalls