The Mansion Hotel，Kandy
Surrounded by lush nature and exotic scenery, the Mansion is an elegant boutique hotel not far from Kandy, a relaxing haven away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Experience the elegance of the 1920s in the 10 spacious and well appointed rooms, furnished with antiques and boasting all modern amenities, among which air conditioning. The Hotel boasts a large outdoor swimming pool, ample space for cycling or jogging, a children’s park and a billiard table and dining facilities offering you an experience you will never forget, The Mansion is a romantic hideout in the lush nature of Sri Lanka, an ideal place to spend relaxing and private holidays. At the Mansion boutique hotel it is possible to hold exclusive conferences as well as wedding receptions: the Mansion is perfect for small intimate wedding dinners or grand wedding banquets for up to 220 people. The skilled team at the Mansion will make every occasion a memorable one.
The Mansion, an elegant colonial boutique hotel in Sri Lanka, is located in a discreet area in Aladeniya, about 8 Km from the centre of the ancient city of Kandy, approximately a 20-30 minute drive. The Mansion is a romantic haven in the verdant Sri Lankan nature, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The Katunayake International Airport is about an hour and a half drive, 100 km, from the Hotel, while Colombo is a two hour drive.[查看地图]
|类型：||Epoque Classic Comfort [学习更多]|
|地址：||213, Aladeniya [查看地图]|
斯里兰卡 | Kandy
Right in the heart of the island of Sri Lanka, amidst the verdant tropical tea plantations lies Kandy: a World Heritage Site scenically set in the Kandy plateau, at an altitude of over 450 meters and surrounded by rings of lush mountains. Established in the 15th century, Kandy was the last royal capital and is today a bustling market town rich in cultural diversity, for this reason the city is often referred to as the cultural capital of Sri Lanka. About 115km away from the seaport of Colombo, the city is bustling and lively, yet retaining a small town feeling. Kandy is home to a multitude of medieval Buddhist temples, among which the Dalada Maligawa (the Temple of the Tooth, where the relic of the tooth of Buddha is kept), and it is therefore considered a place of pilgrimage for Buddhist and an important religious centre for the Sinhalese. Festivals and local colour will make any visit to the city unforgettable: every year Kandy attracts large crowds from all over the country and the world for the Buddhist ceremony of the Esala Perahera with its music, dance, fire displays and elephant parades, which have now become the symbol of the city and of Sri Lanka itself.