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Nuwara Eliya

Hill Club Hotel

The Hill Club has one of the finest settings in Nuwara Eliya. This timber-and-stone mansion house was founded in 1876 by a homesick British coffee planter, as a "home" away from home. A sense of colonial grandeur pervades every aspect of the Hill Club, from its green, manicured lawns to its men-only bar, log fires and its insistence that gentlemen wear jacket and tie for dinner (shoes as well, incidentally, although there was a time when shoes could be taken as read). Once the Hill Club catered only to the English. More than 50 years after Sri Lankan independence, despite a necessary refurbishing of facilities and attitudes, it still reeks of a bygone age.

Thirty-nine Rooms are ensuite, most with large bath, and have wireless Internet access (although do not expect Western broadband speeds), refrigerator, telephone, fireplace, television, minibar and ceiling fans. The hotel offers fax and photocopy service, laundry, currency exchange, snooker room, tennis, health club. The golf course is nearby.


St. Andrew's Hotel


St Andrew's Hotel lies slightly above the centre of Nuwara Eliya, alongside the golf course - suitably so for a hotel of such a famous golfing name.

St Andrew's is an excellent base for exploring the delights of Sri Lanka's spectacular hill country.

This stately Tudor-style colonial mansion, built in the latter part of the 19th century, preserves the feel of a bygone age. Standing alongside imposing pine trees, it has a rather stern exterior. But inside is a world of open fires, candlelit dinners and a well-stocked wine cellar. Many of the 52 rooms, including 12 suites or family rooms, have quaint period furniture. All have attached bathrooms. Each room offers a view of the distant mountains and lush vegetation-clad hills.