The Hill Club, Nuwara Eliya

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The Hill Club, Nuwara Eliya - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94-522222653

Ticket Price: 500 LKR

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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The Hill Club is a gentlemen's club in Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka. Established 1876 by British coffee planters in the hill station of Nuwara Eliya.

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The Hill Club in Nuwara Eliya has 4 clay tennis courts. Entrance fee is inclusive of balls and racquet.

How To reach The Hill Club by Public Transport

  • Hire a cab or a tuk-tuk.

Restaurants Near The Hill Club

  • The Grand
  • Araliya Green Hills

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  • Very old building dating back to 1876 which sounds good but on other hand it means most of there things are also very old... Like furniture, carpets and may be even towels... They have beautiful garden and great location but very bad kitchen service along with extra serious and not so co-operative restaurant staff. We had to ask for water three times for them to finally bring it. Plus they have very limited menu as well... Like four items for breakfast to choose from... there were no bathroom slippers. They have good indoor activities like billiards, snooker, darts, carrom board plus DVD movies but keeping in mind some of them are paid activities. They have good reading area along with TV lounge plus some antiques here and there which are interesting to see...

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  • we didn't stay here but came here for dinner. you have to pay a 100rs temporary joining fee. we ate in the formal dining room so my partner had to borrow a jacket tie which didn't come as an extra cost. he brought proper shoes but we saw other men just wearing sneakers. we arrived about an hour early to enjoy drinks in the lounge which has a fireplace. we then moved to the dining area for a five course set meal which is $25USD. we're both vegetarian so they catered for us which was no hassle at all. there was also a pianist playing next to us too. our waiter ravi was excellent and very attentive and friendly the entire time.

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  • A time warp of a building. Crumbling slightly in places but an intriguing place to stay with various curios dotted around the place. A bit pretentious at dinner with it's dress code. My room was fine although some did get flooded due to maintenance issues. Could have done with a fridge in the room. Breakfast was not the best, 'fawlty towers'-esque service. However, for all it's minor faults I still enjoyed my stay here.

  • Staff who were only interested in a tip. An interesting place with some amazing memorabilia of colonial times, but the staff let the place down.

  • Towels were old and shabby like the room. Style was still elegant and classy. Beautiful gardens and common areas. Fine dining hall had excellent service and food, the jacket and tie loan added a beautiful touch of grace with the piano and fireplace.

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