Our 90 rooms with 18 suites, are designed with your comfort in mind and are furnished with modern amenities. Mouthwatering aromas waft through the air at our chic all-day dining restaurant, coffee shop, bar or the poolside.
Our Deluxe ‘PREMIUM’ rooms combine two queen-sized beds and luxurious furniture and fittings. Set the ambience within the room by adjusting the lighting to your preference and bask in the glow of a peaceful setting.
The Junior Suite embodies the latest technology with graceful décor to create a serene ambience. The water of the Jacuzzi invites you to enjoy a relaxing soak. The suite provides comfortable accommodations to groups of four.
From corner seating area of your Premium Suite, witness nature at its best. The kitchenette is perfect to whip up a dish you are craving. In the bathroom, enjoy a soak in the Jacuzzi, before curling up in the comfortable furniture.
Enter the suite through the private elevator or entrance lounge. The sitting area is ideal to curl up on. Enjoy a hydrotherapy session in the Jacuzzi or sauna in your suite before seeking out your four-poster for the day.
The largest ‘pillar-less' banquet hall in Kandy, the Grand Ballroom offers your guests an uninterrupted view of the interior. The 8-meter high, four sectioned high ceiling feature thousand-crystal chandeliers.
The Windsor thematic ballroom is a delightful union of ultra-modernist architecture juxtaposed with traditional motifs to create a unique banquet hall. The reception hall can also be partitioned to provide more intimacy.
The striking sight of the Dalada Maligawa or the Temple of the Tooth Relic across the Kandy Lake is awe-inspiring. In August, the “Esala Perahera” is a colourful cultural pageant held in reverence of the Tooth Relic.
The Kandy Lake
Known as the “Kiri Muhuda” (Sea of Milk), the Kandy Lake would touch the heart of nature lovers, as it serenely sits at the heart of the city. While walking around the lake, you can spot the fish who have made the lake their home.
Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden
Visitors to the Peradeniya Botanical Garden can immerse themselves in the tranquility of nature. Spanning almost 150 acres, it is historically said to be a garden maintained for the royal family of Sri Lanka.
Udawattakele Forest Reserve
Formerly a royal forest safeguarded by the Sri Lankan kings, the Udawattakele Forest Reserve can be seen as it spreads over the landscape beyond the Temple of the Tooth Relic.
Giragama Tea Plantation
The Giragama Tea Plantation dates back centuries. Visitors can observe the processing facility and become more familiar with the types of teas and how the grading takes place.
The Degaldoruwa Temple is a cave temple that features beautiful Kandyan era cave paintings. The paintings are attributed to four artists who have painted four “Jathaka Katha” (Stories from the previous incarnations of the Buddha).
Perched atop the Pahangala Rock, Lankatilaka Temple is a gleaming white structure built in the 14th century. Within the premises, visited can read the biggest stone sculpture written in Sinhala and Tamil in Sri Lanka.
Victoria Golf Course
Visitors can tee off at the beautiful Victoria Golf Course located on the outskirts of Kandy near the Victoria Reservoir while in the hill country. It is an amazing venue to indulge in a game of golf amidst beautiful environs.
The Devalaya has a total of 514 carvings on 32 wooden columns. Visitors can discover numerous figures of humans, animals mythical figures as well as flowers on the 128 panels on the columns.
Known as the Sri Maha Bodhi Maha Viharaya is camouflaged amidst the lush greenery, and a statue of a seated Buddha rise to the sky and can be seen from various points in the city.
Dambulla Cave Temple
Recognized as the biggest and best-preserved complex of Buddha images in South Asia, the Dambulla Cave Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors can enjoy sights the Sigiriya Rock Fortress, as they climb the Dambulla Rock.
Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage
At the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, visitors can observe the grace and power of the gentle giants. Established in 1972, it is home to elephants that come from all over the island.
The temple is influenced by Hindu architecture and combines elements from both Buddhist and Hindu temples. The stones for the image house are said to have been brought from nearby Deniya, hence giving rise to the temple’s name.
Hanthana Tea Plantation
The trails that wind through the Hanthana Tea Plantation will give a chance to speak with the pluckers and to learn more about the art of plucking tea.
The rock citadel of King Kasyapa (477-495AD), Sigiriya is a feat of architecture and engineering. The World Heritage Site can stun the visitor with its beauty but also with the intricacy of the technology behind the complex.
I loved it there
Golden crown Kandy is actually out of this world. When you do inside it feels like it's a paradise. The huge beautiful chandeliers, the artistic furniture and creatively designed halls are epic.
Wonderful experience. Wonderful stay. Nice ambience, courteous staff, clean and hygiene place, spacious rooms, good range of both vegetarian and non vegetarian food. Enjoyed our stay
Professional and friendly staff
Must say this place amazed me to the core. From the very 1st step in the hotel to the last we were pampered in all ways. Professional and friendly staff with quick and attentive service. The view from our room and the pool view are beautiful. Highly recommend place when visiting Sri Lanka
Ali Asgar MansoorBahamas
Very nice hotel
Very nice hotel. Can be a little confusing to get around. Very clean. Nice buffet food spicy and non-spicy. Nice balcony views. Infinity pool. A/C