Heritance Kandalama

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  • Address: 315 Vauxhall Street, Dambulla, Sri Lanka
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Point Of Interest

If you are looking for an eco friendly hotel this is the place to be. The bathrooms have got huge shower cabins and the hotel is in a great location. They are surrounded by bushes and a lake. There are a lot of birds in this area and some wildlife as well.

  • Heritance Kandalama Address: 315 Vauxhall Street, Dambulla, Sri Lanka
  • Heritance Kandalama Timing: 24-hrs
  • Heritance Kandalama Price: Free
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  • 95% of people who visit Dambulla include Heritance Kandalama in their plan

  • 55.91% of people start their Heritance Kandalama visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Heritance Kandalama

Monday, Friday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Heritance Kandalama

People normally club together Earls Regency Hotel Kandy and Royal Botanic Gardens while planning their visit to Heritance Kandalama.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • Just awesome! Definitely a place to be re-visited! Excellent choice of food and a hospitality that cannot be matched. Loved the place!

  • It’s an incredible space with a fantastic architecture by Geoffrey Bawa, nestled in the jungle. The rooms are gorgeous with a nice view into the green. Check out all corners of the house, the combination of architecture and nature makes it different to any other hotel. Unfortunately the space feels very touristy, staff is nice but not charming, music bands are playing in the central area around the clock and parties going on until midnight. It all makes you feel you are on a cruise trip. Food is very good, though you have to avoid the run on the buffet if you like to have a relaxing dinner.

  • Visited here for my 3-4 days and this place didn't disappoint. From the get go the place had a very earthly feel to it. Conservation is the key for the hotel and 3 Swimming pools would take you time to explore. Room was amazing with a view to match, random monkeys also visited us and made their acquaintances. (DONT feed them) . Breakfast and Dinners were at a class of their own with a wide variety of dishes to make your fancy. Sun dried tomatoes dressing was to die for. The chef was not too interested to share his recipe but that is a compliment to how amazing it was. Spa treatments were amazing and the staff made sure they looked after us. Initial 10 Minutes free session really helped us decide what was best. Hotel staff was very friendly and accommodating to our any requirements. Would i come back and stay here? Definitely yes.

  • Our worst hotel experience in Sri Lanka. Mr Bawa would turn in his grave. The Xmas decorations were totally ridiculous. Building structure in very poor condition—serious lack of maintenance. Very noisy and has completely lost its spirit of being connected to nature. The only thing it is very connected to seems to be money. No shortage of customers. Fully booked all the time. Go for tea, don’t waste your money staying over.

  • Very unique hotel that is in one with nature. Dinner and breakfast buffet very good. In a beautiful location. Facility is not in pristine condition, needs a quite a bit of maintenance to reach average 5 star status. Looks difficult to maintain due to the humidity and a lot of bugs and small animals from the forest. Lion Rock visible.

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