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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmaya Lake Dambulla
Wonderful hotel, great service and excellent restaurant. Our experience in our first week in Sri Lanka is that some hotels serve buffet style meals and they are often only luke warm or even cold, here the food is warmer (not always piping hot but there is also the possibility to get some things freshly cooked) and all served in a large, open restaurant. The rooms are small houses and superb. We have a bedroom with separate spacious sitting area and excellent bathroom with bath and shower separately. Due to activities and heavy rain yesterday, we have not been in the swimming pool but it looks excellent - huge and clean.
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