Temple Tree Resort & Spa

Address: 660, Galle Road, Induruwa, Sri Lanka | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 660, Galle Road, Induruwa, is near Mirissa Water Sports.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsTemple Tree Resort & Spa Induruwa

    Reviewed by benetcaro

    Calme et tranquillité

    Reviewed Jan 23, 2012
    by (4 reviews) Montreal , Canada Flag of Canada

    Un très bel hôtel. Design moderne style bois et béton, très beau. Grande chambre super confortable avec un immense bain rond. Vue sur la mer et balcon privé. On a eu une promo de 50% donc très avantageux pour y passer deux nuits. Sinon, un peu cher. Surtout pour la bouffe aussi... Un peu chère. Mais pas mal bon par contre. La seule chose que j'aurais à redire est que le WiFi n'a pas fonctionné de tout mon séjour, donc un peu décevant pour ça...

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Temple Tree Resort & Spa Induruwa

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Induruwa

    Welcome to our Hotel Mr Bond....

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Nov 30, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... we take the only Motorway down South towards Galle (made infamous by the tragic Tsunami in 2004). Our driver seems terrified at driving on this two lane highway. It is as well constructed as anything in Europe but with one difference....NO CARS! He hits 100kph and says breathlessly ........"TOO FAST for Sri Lankan's to drive at"..........Somewhat ironic bearing in mind the 6 hours of PLASMA BUBBLING ......bring your own tourniquet and cutting equipment experience he ...

    Gall, walking the fort walls and mozzie bites

    A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Nov 01, 2014

    42 photos

    ... and checked in with the other, before getting a tuktuk in to walk the walls of the fort in the cooler evening. This was one of 'THE things to do' and there were a lot of people doing it!! We were taken to a spot where the wall overlooked the cricket ground. This seemed a place for the locals to meet and discuss the matters of the day. There seemed to be some heated but good natured debate going on. I could imaging this would be prime seating when a game ...

    Good week of projects but good byes begin.

    A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on May 23, 2014

    5 photos

    This was the final week for 3 people, which feels rather weird as in a way it feels that we have barely volunteered but then we have also had some other fantastic opportunities. It's always a little weird to get back into lesson planning on Monday let alone after a good few days off, it didn't go too badly though as the week before we had prepared quite a lot but not used all the resources yet/taught the lessons. However, I did realise that I ...

    Exploring Galles today

    A travel blog entry by amanda.moore11 on Jan 13, 2014

    2 photos

    Went for a two hour walk around town and it was so hot!! Found a supermarket and got some fruit for breaky and also got a juice from a local place to help unblock me haha. Really got today! Taking photos of the fort as well. Came back and we were exhausted. 4 Aussies arrived today - Tim and Dom from Adelaide and Andres and Ricardo from Melbourne. Really lovely guys - went to mummas together and had a sweet spread of curries and local ...

    "Hello, Madam. You want taxi?"

    A travel blog entry by whereiskatie on Apr 26, 2013

    2 photos

    ... wrecks around Galle, and their excavations. It was interesting and AIR CONDITIONED!

    The museum itself was on the dull side, too many info boards and not enough stuff. The building was cool: a huge open plan space, with high ceilings. The roof tiles were visible and light sneaked in through the cracks. If the shutters had been open it would have been flooded with light, but as it was, it was dim, warm and slightly suffocating.

    Escaping the warm fug of the museum, ...