The Hill Club

Address: 29 Grand Hotel Rd., Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 29 Grand Hotel Rd., Nuwara Eliya, is near Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Nuwara Elia and Tea Country, and Buduruwagala.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Hill Club Nuwara Eliya

      Reviewed by tiki_713

      The Hill Club

      Reviewed Jan 17, 2013
      by (1 review) Hamburg , Germany Flag of Germany

      Ein anerkennd britisches Haus. Hierrüber gehen die Meinungen und Beurteilung dermaßen auseinander, dass man meint der Grand Canyon sei eine winzige Felsspalte.
      Dieses Haus ins in der Tat ein wenig in die Jahre gekommen, aber das tut dem englischen Charme keinen Abbruch. Man darf sich in dem grossen Speisesaal nur mit Krawatte und Jacket (diese kann man aber kostenfrei leihen) blicken lassen noch darf man sich davon abschrecken lassen hier bedient zu werden. Englische Attitute wird hier sehr ernst genommen. Darum war es Frauen wohl auch nicht gestattet dieses Haus durch die Eingangshalle zu betreten...

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews The Hill Club Nuwara Eliya

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Nuwara Eliya

      How many modes of transport in 5 days?

      A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Sep 17, 2014

      13 comments, 17 photos

      ... to photograph. Then glass of milk at farm and then tour of tea factory, then lunched like a local in Nuwara Eliya before some hard earned rest.

      Modes of transport in 5 days = 7

      .....train journey with 1st class service and curry, tuk tuk, Ox cart, canoe catamaran and we met the kid in Indiana Jones who jumps off a bridge! He now charges 2000 rupes to repeat the feat! ...

      Day 167 - World's End

      A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 16, 2014

      ... about us. Tourists have lost their lives here in the past! The guy from our van, asked someone to take a picture of the three of us and I warmed to him a bit. I was happy to give him the benefit of the doubt and assume he was just a bit shy. He would undo a lot of that goodwill later! After a long stop to take it all in, we made our way across the plains to Baker Falls - a pretty spectacular waterfall, before making our back to the van. The walk had taken us about ...

      Time for a cup of tea

      A travel blog entry by hayleymarsh on Jan 29, 2014

      26 photos

      ... Eliya, which because of it's invigorating mountain climate and scenery, is Sri Lanka's most popular hill resort area and we saw many lavish resorts along our drive. Nuwara Eliya is also the heart of Sri Lanka's tea country, producing a significant share of the worlds best tea. Sri Lanka's highest mountain Pidurutalagala (8,282 feet) is also located in this region. Along the very windy roads ascending the mountain, the ...

      Kitulgala to Nuwara Eilya (Jungles to High tea)

      A travel blog entry by mknox on Jan 07, 2014

      24 photos

      ... am not sure if William Holden or Sir Alec Guinness slept in my room but if they did, I was sleeping on the same mattress!! By 2pm the wedding was in full swing and the brides uncle had commandeered the karaoke machine after a few two many drinks, Just like any wedding anywhere, drunk relatives singing love songs (not that I could understand the words) never sounds that great. At 3pm though, the music ended, the happy couple left and the ...

      Back in the Mountains

      A travel blog entry by lifeisawesome on Oct 02, 2013

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... and costs 48 rupees. Amit has also discovered the best place to sit on the bus, in the footwell of the back door, this actually gives you the chance to get a real look at the surroundings your passing through, though you might have to get and down a lot to allow passengers to get on and off. I've also come to recognise thats its more important for buses to have a banging soundsystem than working suspension.

      If you want to get a good look of real Sri ...