The Hill Club

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...

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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Hill Club Nuwara Eliya

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Nuwara Eliya

    First ever cup of tea drank!!!

    A travel blog entry by beckeyjw on May 15, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of three different sides. There were quite a few children in the carriage as well, who were all very excited when we went through any tunnels. Waiting at the train stations is fairly pleasant as well, especially as there is a ladies waiting room, luxury not to have men keep staring. There also just seemed a vibe of more genuine friendly people inside the station than some places. Arrived in good time at Kandy and I said I would meet the girls outside the hotel which was the one ...

    Ella to Nuwara Eliya

    A travel blog entry by johnsmetana on Feb 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... The train journey then ventured into vast tea plantations before we arrived at our stop of Nanu Oya. The hassle getting out of the station was unexpected as we were bombarded by numerous tuk tuk and taxi drivers. With some hard bargaining we headed out in a tuk tuk for the rough 14km journey to the the town of Nuwara Eliya. Nuwara Eliya is known as little England, due to the many colonial style buildings all throughout the town, the parklands and lake system ...

    Safari and tea plantations

    A travel blog entry by junglebelle on Jan 01, 2014

    33 photos

    ... reverse back down the hill, which had a huge drop off down the mountainside to our left. Even Chris was nervous! (You already know that I was!) It was just Chris and I on our tour so we had Mr Rahja all to ourselves. We learnt all about the 5 different stages of tea production and got literally very hands on. At each stage we were given handfuls of the tea to feel, smell, compare the different colours and textures etc. We were led through the ...

    Horton Plains and Ella

    A travel blog entry by drclad on Dec 19, 2013

    32 photos

    ... the view just opened out. We had reached Mini World's End - a point where the path stops at a wooden platform and off the side of the platform is a sheer drop. The views are incredible and certainly not capture-able on camera. Immediately ahead are dense-jungle covered mountains, and in the valleys below we could see tea plantations. To the left more mountains and to the right, slightly smaller ones with rivers leading to the sea in the distance. It ...

    No Sweet without the Sour

    A travel blog entry by oupaoumatravels on Oct 10, 2013

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... is tipping with cases of beer and an air conditioning unit? No brainer. Although it's not aesthetically remarkable, I'll remember Colombo for two reasons. First, after much negotiation and vivacious head bobbing, I managed to get the hotel technician to install a dormant channel that would be showing the Bok vs Oz game. Some of the best running rugby I've seen our boys play followed, and while we eventually lost to the Kiwis in the decider, it's a brand of rugby ...