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About the property:
The Royal Bar & Hotel rooted deeply in the colonial tradition of unpretentious hospitality. Originally an aristocrat’s mansion, it became a British officers’ club before opening to the public as a tavern in 1860
Royal Bar & Hotel provides charming accommodation in the heart of Kandy. It features a beautiful outdoor terrace, elegant rooms and free Wifi access. A variety of authentic Sri Lankan-style cuisines can be enjoyed at the restaurant. Light snacks and local beer will be served at the bar. At Royal Bar & Hotel, you can organize a barbeque session or enjoy activities such as cycling and hiking.
Rooms feature classic Sri Lankan-style décor and hardwood floors. They come with a balcony, minibar and air conditioning. They also have a private bathroom with premium toiletries and hot-water showers. Select rooms offer a bathtub.
Access and amenities:
· Free Wifi
· Air Port Shuttle
· Restaurant & Bar
· Upper Floors Accessible Only By Stairways
· Shared TV Lounge
· BBQ Facilities
· Bicycles Available On Rent
· Evening Entertainment
Kandy, the last capital of the ancient kings' era, nestled in central Sri Lanka, is renowned as the country's cultural capital. The city is home to the revered Temple of the Tooth Relic, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that houses a sacred relic of Lord Buddha. Set around the scenic Kandy Lake, the city offers a tranquil ambiance for visitors. Kandy hosts the spectacular Esala Perahera, a grand procession with traditional dancers, drummers, and adorned elephants, showcasing the city's vibrant cultural heritage. Surrounded by picturesque hills and tea plantations, Kandy's historical sites, including the Royal Palace complex, make it a captivating destination for those seeking a rich blend of history, culture, and natural beauty.
The Royal Bar & Hotel rooted deeply in the colonial tradition of unpretentious hospitality. Originally an aristocrat’s mansion, it became a British officers’ club before opening to the public as a tavern in 1860.