The Hill Club

Address: 29 Grand Hotel Rd., Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

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 TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Hill Club Nuwara Eliya

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Nuwara Eliya

    Tea plantations, high tea and a misty mountain top

    A travel blog entry by alexdodd on Jun 25, 2015

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    ... to do army training so long as I never had to progress from
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    Days 15-16... Nuwara Eliya

    A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Feb 23, 2015

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    ... easy. We followed an inclining path dully lit with a few steps here and there, which turned into flights of stairs with landings and eventually, no landing and continuous steps. 5002 of them to be exact. The path was fairly well paved with a reasonable amount of tea houses and smallest eateries along the way. The final quarter of the stairs were the hardest, as the incline was quite intense. As I'm not in full health, I did find this quite exhausting. ...

    The End of the World

    A travel blog entry by sarahmatler on Jan 30, 2015

    9 photos

    ... from the trees and the fresh smell everything gets after a good bit of rain. And yes birds were even singing. Arriving at world's end was quite spectacular and I was overwhelmed by the feeling we were on top of the world. We were a bit delayed arriving in the morning because we had to wait for the rain to let up so we didn't exactly have the place to ourselves. Although walking the opposite way to everyone else we got to have a ...

    Nuwara Eliya, Little England

    A travel blog entry by i_go_wandering on Dec 09, 2014

    37 photos

    ... coconut roti, jackfruit balls, chilli doughnut and paneer deep fried - it was all delicious but then out came the super spicy rosti that the Sri Lankans spread over everything, it was blinkin spicy and I couldnt eat more than an eighth of a teaspoon, Paul however, egged on by Krishna had loads (he paid for it later, but we won't go into that).

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    My first week

    A travel blog entry by alicia.n.brown on Aug 17, 2014

    ... aged 10-50years. This project was a residential centre for woman who often we abandoned by their families due to the fear of stigma upon them, or had no family at all. Special needs and mental health holds huge stings in Sri Lanka. This project was brilliant, the woman were so happy to draw, sing, dance, sit and colour with you or just simply talk to you and give you a high five. I took loom bands which went down a treat - defiantly should have brought more with ...