This has to be one of the best hotels ever. The architecture, design, concept and layout is impressive. Healthy fine dining food which is absolutely mind blowing and praised by all guests. Marvellous spa and the best treatments.
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Hill Country, Sri Lanka
- Unique mountain-top setting
- 16-metre infinity pool & yoga pavilion
- Bespoke, personalised menus
Facilities includeSwimming pool Spa Room Service Restaurant Bar and Lounge
- Guided walking
- Golf at Victoria
- Day trip to Kandy
- Swim in fresh water lakes
- Visit one of the region’s crafts villages
Seasons in Sri Lanka
Set in the mountainous area in the North East of Kandy, this 48-acre resort was named after the Sanskrit word meaning 'in harmony with'. This highly sustainable and eco friendly resort aims to bring oneself into balance with nature. Set on an undulating hillside, many of the chalets jut out from the mountain, creating a feeling of being truly integrated with nature. The minimalistic interiors leave your focus on the surrounding environment, whilst the personalised gourmet cuisine emphasises the attention on personal wellness.
Whether you choose to spend your days relaxing and unwinding in the hilltop infinity pool and indulging in some of the best Ayuverdic massages, or participating in yoga and hiking in the Knuckles Mountain Range, this award-winning hotel will certainly leave you feeling more relaxed and rejuvenated.
32km from Kandy
148m from Colombo
How to get there
The closest train station is in Kandy, from there it is a 1 hour drive.
The air taxi landing spot is 27km away on the Polgolla Reservoir
Distance to the Bandaranaike International Airport is 134km 3-hours away by car
When to go
December to April is the best time to enjoy the area of Kandy as the weather is dry and mostly pleasant during this time. This is the ideal time to sightsee and enjoy trekking in the beautiful mountains. During May to September, Sri Lanka experiences two monsoon seasons. Yala monsoon is between May and August and brings rain to the South-western part of Kandy, making trekking and hiking difficult. October to November is when Sri Lanka experiences the Maha monsoon, again, making hiking and trekking difficult.
All visitors travelling to Sri Lanka must have an electronic travel authorisation (ETA), unless they are able to present a valid Sri Lankan passport. The ETA costs Â£35 and is generally issued within 5 days of purchase. Apply online on the official government website.
All visitors should be medically insured. It is advisable to know your blood group type in case of an emergency. Please do ask for up to date health advice in your home country.
Please be sensitive when photographing local people and their villages. Ask first. Be careful when photographing public buildings and persons in uniform - again, ask first.
Travelling with children
No children under 12 years' old.
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