The Senani Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Senani Hotel Kandy
Lovely hotel, magnificent view of Kandy and surrounds. Big, clean spacious rooms with great service and a nice pool. Easy access to Kandy and nice jewellery shop attached.
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Sunday is a day of rest, well not in Sri Lanka, but either way today was a lot more low key. We started early by going to the Temple, praying and leaving some food for the monks. Arriving back to the hotel for our own breakfast we walked a short way to watch a batik demonstration, followed by a tour of the shop. The products varied from small …
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... something in town first. We walked past the bustling green market towards the main street through town. We stopped for breakfast of dahl, chicken and string-hoppers (thin noodle pancakes) for Dave and vegetables for me.
From there, we easily found Kandy Lake and, with Google Maps' help, we navigated on foot past the lake and high walls of ...
... of Pepsi delight, purse the aluminium to my lips and drink.it.in. Carbonated, sugar free, glory. Dinner - A street food delight - Egg hoppers with all the trimmings. The best food in Sri Lanka - hands down. This is Kandy's sweet spot. Until now, I was thinking I could totally have skipped this city til now and it wasn't as sweet as its name suggests. What I'll take from Kandy is a new food obsession, and the urge to scratch - I got covered in mosquito bites. From my face, to my ...
We hired a car to take us inland to the hill-town, Kandy. On the way we stopped at "The Pinnewala Elephant Orphanage". This elephant attraction is run by the state and as such, the elephant's quality of life is the priority. These elephants are not caged nor are tourists allowed to ride them. They roam free and are herded to a river twice a day to play in the water. It is the migration of these 100 (or so) elephants through ...