Green Paradise, Dambulla Sri Lanka, Cultural Triangle
Info : Green Paradise
With 67 eco-villas found just 20 minutes from Dambulla city centre, Green Paradise is a great place from which to explore the wonders of the cultural triangle. Spread over 14 acres of luscious countryside this hotel offers a calm and relaxing atmosphere after a busy day sightseeing.
The villas fall into 3 different categories; Deluxe, Superior Duplex and Garden Suites. Each room is decorated with rich teak furnishings, and light bright colours, creating a homely and peaceful ambiance. Deluxe rooms are based on a single level, whilst Superior Duplex rooms and Garden Suites both have a spacious upstairs lounge area above the bedrooms. Garden Suites have an outdoor Jacuzzi and Veranda and are built in blocks of two spacious semi-detached chalets, with inter connecting doors these suites work particularly well for families or groups.
The landscaped grounds are home to tropical vegetation, a large swimming pool, a shallow children’s pool, a gym, a Balinese spa, and beautiful views over the surrounding countryside. The Orchid Restaurant, the Salt and Pepper Fine Dining Restaurant, the Pizzeria Al Forno and the Blue Elephant Bar provide a wide variety of food and drinks to Green Paradise’s guests. The hotel grows fresh fruit and vegetables on site, as well as fostering close links to local farmers to sustain its eco-friendly attitude towards tourism.
Sigiriya, Dambulla Cave Temples, Polonnaruwa, Anaradhapura and Minneriya National Park are all within easy access of Green Paradise.
Last visited and reviewed by Becky Grainger, Sept 2012
Superior - This is what we would describe as our standard category. These will be decent 3/4* hotels providing a really good level of service. We would generally expect them to be providing a little something extra, in terms of character, guest experience or facilities too.
- Child Friendly
- Dining Options
- Swimming Pool
Photos of Green Paradise
‘Other people we met on our travels were asking us who we had booked with as they were not happy with their own tour operator’