Amaya Lake, Dambulla - Sri Lanka - Dambulla

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8.4 out of 10 Kap Ela, Kandalama Lake, Dambulla, Sri Lanka (Show on map)

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Floors:1, Rooms:101, Check-in time:14:00, Check-out time:12:00

Built amongst 12 hectares of natural dry zone vegetation overlooking the picturesque Kandalama Lake, Amaya Lake Hotel Dambulla is a totally luxurious location with the character of an old Sri Lankan village.

Located 160 km from Colombo at the historic town of Dambulla, Amaya Lake Hotel Dambulla is in close proximity to many cultural and archaeological sites, making it idyllic for leisure travelers.

Comprised of 92 luxuriously appointed rooms replete with all the necessary modern amenities, guests are guaranteed to have the most enjoyable stay during their visit to Colombo. For recreation, guests can take walks through the large park or go boating on the lake.

Location

Area Info: Dambulla, 0.8 km to City centre

Address: Kap Ela, Kandalama Lake, Dambulla, Sri Lanka

Area Info

Dambulla
Situated 72 km north of Kandy, Dambulla marks the geographical centre of the island and the Cultural Triangle. It also holds its own treasure – a magnificent temple, which is a series of five caves established as a monastery in the 3rd Century BC. These caves, built at the base of a 150m high rock during the Anuradhapura (1st Century BC to 993 AD) and Polonnaruwa times (1073 to 1250), are by far the most impressive of the many cave temples found in Sri Lanka.Access is along the gentle slope of the Dambulla Rock, offering a panoramic view of the surrounding flat lands, which includes the rock fortress Sigiriya, 19kms away. Families of friendly monkeys make the climb even more interesting. Dusk brings hundreds of swooping swallows to the cave entrance.

The Dambulla cave monastery is still functional and remains the best-preserved ancient edifice in Sri Lanka. This complex dates from the 3rd and 2nd Centuries BC, when it was already established as one of the largest and most important monasteries. King Walagambahu is traditionally thought to have converted the caves into a temple in the 1st century BC. Exiled from Anuradhapura, he sought refuge here from South Indian usurpers for 15 years. After reclaiming his capital, the King built a temple in thankful worship. Many other kings added to it later and by the 11th century, the caves had become a major religious centre and still are. King Nissanka Malla gilded the caves and added about 70 Buddha statues in 1190. During the 18th century, the caves were restored and painted by the Kandyan Kings.

Policies

Each hotel gives sometimes different policies for cancellation or change this for different room types and rate offers.
To make this easy for you when you roll over the cancellation note behind each room type you will be able to get informed.

Floors:1, Rooms:101, Check-in time:14:00, Check-out time:12:00

Built amongst 12 hectares of natural dry zone vegetation overlooking the picturesque Kandalama Lake, Amaya Lake Hotel Dambulla is a totally luxurious location with the character of an old Sri Lankan village.

Located 160 km from Colombo at the historic town of Dambulla, Amaya Lake Hotel Dambulla is in close proximity to many cultural and archaeological sites, making it idyllic for leisure travelers.

Comprised of 92 luxuriously appointed rooms replete with all the necessary modern amenities, guests are guaranteed to have the most enjoyable stay during their visit to Colombo. For recreation, guests can take walks through the large park or go boating on the lake.

Area Info: Dambulla, 0.8 km to City centre

Address: Kap Ela, Kandalama Lake, Dambulla, Sri Lanka

Dambulla
Situated 72 km north of Kandy, Dambulla marks the geographical centre of the island and the Cultural Triangle. It also holds its own treasure – a magnificent temple, which is a series of five caves established as a monastery in the 3rd Century BC. These caves, built at the base of a 150m high rock during the Anuradhapura (1st Century BC to 993 AD) and Polonnaruwa times (1073 to 1250), are by far the most impressive of the many cave temples found in Sri Lanka.Access is along the gentle slope of the Dambulla Rock, offering a panoramic view of the surrounding flat lands, which includes the rock fortress Sigiriya, 19kms away. Families of friendly monkeys make the climb even more interesting. Dusk brings hundreds of swooping swallows to the cave entrance.

The Dambulla cave monastery is still functional and remains the best-preserved ancient edifice in Sri Lanka. This complex dates from the 3rd and 2nd Centuries BC, when it was already established as one of the largest and most important monasteries. King Walagambahu is traditionally thought to have converted the caves into a temple in the 1st century BC. Exiled from Anuradhapura, he sought refuge here from South Indian usurpers for 15 years. After reclaiming his capital, the King built a temple in thankful worship. Many other kings added to it later and by the 11th century, the caves had become a major religious centre and still are. King Nissanka Malla gilded the caves and added about 70 Buddha statues in 1190. During the 18th century, the caves were restored and painted by the Kandyan Kings.

Each hotel gives sometimes different policies for cancellation or change this for different room types and rate offers.
To make this easy for you when you roll over the cancellation note behind each room type you will be able to get informed.

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Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Laundry service
  • Laundry room
  • Massages
  • Bar
  • Restaurant/Dining
  • Tennis court
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Free Wi-fi public areas
  • Fitness Center
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • VIP Room Facilities
  • Wake Up Service
  • Terrace
  • Fridge
  • Hair Dryer
  • Telephone
  • Private Bathroom
  • Shower/Douche
  • Toiletries
  • Slippers
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Iron
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Laundry

Restaurants (Eat and Drink)

Savour a remarkable fusion of local and international cuisine, combined with panoramic views of Kandalama Lake. Cool, floral-scented breezes merge with delectable aromas to present you with a pleasant dining experience or choose from our extensive menu and enjoy your desired dish served personally in the comfort of your own room or suite.

Rate Information

Extra person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
Government issued photo identification and a credit card are required at check in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check in and may incur additional charges.
And special requests cannot be guaranteed.

Extra Bed (s) and Children

Children that are below 6 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Children that are below 2 years stay free of charge i.a. cotscribs.
Children that are and above 12 years and adults have extra charge per person per night extra bed.
Children from 3 to 11.99 years have 50% DISCOUNT on extra bed charge.
Additional bed or baby cot can be only 1 per room.
Any extras are not calculated in the total costs and will have to be payed locally.
Only if stated in the room type extra bed is included if selected in the total room rate.
Extra discounts for additional children More than 1 in room you can always request in the comments field.

Transportation Policy

Many hotels offer transfer or transportation services. Sometimes free of charge. Just mail us after you have made your reservation and we will find the best options.
For individual tours and trips you can make a choice from our selection under the tabs on top of this page. With most City Tours you are picked up from your hotel.

Additional information

ACCOMMODATION
A tropical haven complete with sweeping views of Kandalama Lake, Amaya Lake surrounds you with natural beauty. Choose your oasis from one of our 101 luxury rooms; 82 Deluxe, 14 Superior, 4 club lodges and 1 suite, designed in harmony with the unspoilt environs of the resort. Enjoy waking up each morning to the humming of birds and let the airy breeze and quiet whispers of rustling trees enliven your senses.

Villas
Styled with laid-back sophistication, each guest room offers spectacular views of well-manicured gardens. Find comfortable living spaces, accentuated by soft lighting, charming wooden accents and artisanal Sri Lankan touches.

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