Tropic Inn Hotel

Address: 30 College Avenue, Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 30 College Avenue, Mount Lavinia, is near Minneriya National Park and The Millennium Elephant Foundation.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsTropic Inn Hotel Mount Lavinia

      Reviewed by new_lands

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      Reviewed May 7, 2013
      by (9 reviews) Glasgow , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Room were OK, regularly cleaned however DO NOT GO INTO THE DORM - IT;S DISGUSTING! MOULD CRAWLING OVER THE WALLS.

      Seems to be family run who were friendly plus it;s near the beach which was good.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Tropic Inn Hotel Mount Lavinia

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Mount Lavinia

      Day 26 & 27

      A travel blog entry by lou_sinton on Jun 20, 2014

      1 photo

      ... interview with a female entrepreneur from Katana, a village outside of Colombo. Her business is making sandals and she brought me a photo album to have a look at some of her products. The interview was good and the lady told me about her difficulties in the business, about her skills training and her roles in the community. After, I headed to the Kingsbury Hotel for WIM 'tea break' course on effecting email writing led by Archana ...

      Just add moonlight

      A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Mar 31, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... getting their information but I hadn't felt unsafe once. I continued on past the resorts and into a fishing village where I met a local man who joined me on my walk. He pointed out all the local flora and fauna, caught crabs and clams, found stunning sea shells and taught me about their fishing culture. We walked past empty lots that used to be resorts but were flattened by the tsunami. We walked to a lagoon where I met his entire family and spent some time swimming, ...

      My first real disappointment.

      A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Feb 16, 2014

      5 photos

      ... that.

      One good thing is that it is all on one level which would make it wheelchair accessible.

      I am sure there must be a huge amount of railway memorabilia still in the country and with a newly peaceful Sri Lanka trying hard to attract tourism, I really think someone in authority should have a look at creating a proper Museum concerning thisimportant part of the nation's history."

      So there you have it, or rather don't have it. Shame.

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      This should have been posted ages ago!

      A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Jan 29, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... down escalators when I am approaching 70. Despite my very best attempts, I still appear to be in rude good health, touch wood, but it can't last forever.

      We arrived pretty well on time in Colombo and the deplaning was relatively easy. They rather cleverly funnel you through an arrivals duty free area, at least 90% of which appeared to be electrical and even white goods. Who in Heavens name buys a washing machine in the airport? Somebody must although ...

      Sri Lanka - Green and Happy (Part II)

      A travel blog entry by soshedid on Nov 23, 2013

      204 photos

      ... table. Super tasty and spicy!! The food here definitely has a bit of a kick to it! Apparently spice is good to keep the mozzies away. Bring the heat on if it helps with that problem!! One highlight from the entire time in Sri Lanka was our rainforest walk - saw coffee trees, papaya trees, ginger (no, not ginger people Paulio), banana trees, pineapples, jasmine, cinnamon and my favourite - chocolate trees. Well, cocoa trees actually - if only it was a tree made of chocolate. I ...