Hotel Casamara

Hotel Casamara

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Hotel Casamara (Kandy Sri Lanka) – Hotel Reviews – Hotel Reviews

“I have traveled in many less developed countries and am always prepared for hotel rooms that are ‘less than comfortable’. Hotel Casamara was very clean the beds were comfortable and the bathroom was large enough to move around. Our room was very quiet. The location is excellent – right in the middle of town. The staff was extremely helpful and… “


“We stayed here for 10 days and used it as a base for exploring the cultural triangle. It is situated in the heart of Kandy minutes from the market and bus station so it is surrounded by the relentless vitality of any Asian city. The rooms are clean and simply appointed.The staff were helpful and attentive without being intrusive. The… “


“The Hotel Casamara is not much to look at from the outside when you arrive but it has recently been renovated. The modern interiors are somewhat sterile but spacious as well as very clean and comfortable. The staff is warm friendly and very responsive. The hotel is centrally located and the price is very reasonable. I would definitely stay there… “


“Hotel mitten im lärmigen Stadtzentrum. Modernes Hotel mit üblichem Komfort jedoch kleine Zimmer Internet Getränke etc. völlig überteuert. Bereits der… “


“J’ai fait 2 courts séjour à l’hôtel Casamara à Kandy. Cet hôtel situé en centre ville est très agréable. Le… “


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