Pearl City Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPearl City Hotel Colombo
Well located but extremely dated hotel. Smelt of stale smoke and virtually no natural light. Seems to be a better version of same hotel across the road. Staff were helpful.
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We arrived in Colombo on 2nd June. It has been pouring rain & landslides & flooding etc have caused 16 deaths. We had to turn back from the freeway as it was under water and too dangerous and took a longer but much more scenic trip into the main city. We have been incredibly lucky with our weather and so I can't complain at this late stage …
Arrived in Colombo last night after a 7 hour flight. Dinindu picked us up from the airport and I closed my eyes tight as he drove us back. He said my driving was crazy when he lived with us which compared to the cars around here is nothing. They drive where they want and how they want, I lost count of the amount of times I held my breath as we were going through tight gaps :).On the way we went via the Colombo ...
... let us teach the girls instead. This is a home run by monks. The boys and girls are taught separately, so originally we had gone in with some fairly active activities and songs to try and keep the boys more entertained, but again we could apply the same basic structure to the girls and it did mean we probably did get a better, possibly quieter deal. The game off ladders still got pretty exciting and manic though, especially as most of us volunteers were ...
... Just like that, she had disappeared from the trip - it was more than a little surreal! I still had 8 hours until my cab arrived, so set about trying to entertain myself until then. I started by watching the Sri Lanka vs South Africa game in the T20 World Cup at the hostel. The staff were very interested in the game and kept finding any excuse to pop their head round the door and check the score. After the game, which Sri Lanka won, I went out to watch the England game at ...
... have a look round for nothing although it was nothing exciting. Well, they were certainly right about the second part as it really is underwhelming to say the least. As for the matter of price, the book had already proved to be inaccurate once that day in stating that the National Railway Museum charged a 500SLR entrance fee which it does not. It was published in late 2012 and I know things change all the time and that a guidebook is out of date before