If you have a child who is less than 6 years of age, and willing to share the bed with the Parents, Please ignore that child from the total count of children and enter the rest into the textbox field above.
If such a situation is to occur, please be kind enough to mention about that child under the text field - 'Other Information' on the STEP 03 - Booking Summary.
This exclusion is possible for one child(less than 6 years) per room only.
Elegant Colonial Living In Sri Lanka
There is a collection of around 100 All Time Movie Classics for you to consider watching.
Films include Casablanca (1942), Ice Cold in Alex (1958), A Fistful of Dollars (1964), The Thomas Crown Affair (1968), Get Carter (1971), Saturday Night Fever (1977), Withnail & I (1987), and The Road To Perdition (2002).
The Premier Luxury Boutique Hotel At Kandy
Day Excursions From Kandy
We are pleased to offer day excursions from Kandy to places of interest that are tailored to your interests.
You can easily visit the Cultural Triangle and the tea estates of the Hill Country as a day trip from Kandy.
The more adventurous can try White Water Rafting at Kithulgala or trekking in the Knuckles mountains too.
The hotel has a collection of famous British cars from the 1950s and early 1960s including a Ford Prefect, Morris 8 and Austin A50 / Austin A55’s. There is also a mustard yellow Mini Moke – an absolute favourite with kids and great fun to ride!
Local drives are possible around the Kandy Lake and Upper Lake Drive Viewpoint as well as longer excursions to Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage.
The Living Room has a collection of classic retro board games that are a perfect way to get families interacting and actually speaking to each other - away from their i-pads and i-pods!
Games include Monopoly, Scrabble and Trivial Pursuit. You can also try Carrom, the national game of the island. There is even a Space Hopper for kids!
There are several I Pods with remote controlled JBL speaker units that are available for use by hotel guests.
There are 1000s of classic songs from the 1950s to the present day, including Sri Lankan calypso and Portuguese influenced ‘Baila’ music and even Sri Lankan pop music if you want to have a listen!