A nice place to stay and relax to see the cultural triangle. Hired a tuktuk and took it here. Not cheap but food is good if you can get over the buffet. Expensive drinks. Huge pool. Breakfast ends/disappears at 0930 sharp.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The raban drum heralds your arrival. Four older women, flashing beautiful Sri Lankan smiles, encircle a large barrel drum where they pound out a hearty rhythm. Flowing white vesak lanterns hang from the high ceilings of the open air lobby. Meander down a forested path to discover your villa, or continue to the Warichchi Village and begin a weeklong journey in the Ayurvedic Spa. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Amaya Lake Dambulla
- Amaya Lake Hotel Dambulla