The Senani Hotel
“Stayed just one night room had a pleasant view. Set menu (international-style) was pretty bad Sri Lankan food good though. Restaurant has a nice view. We asked for a Sri Lankan breakfast which was nice (as long as you like curry for breakfast). There were monkeys outside the hotel when we arrived. Beds were hard and bathroom a bit basic… “
“We stayed at the Senani for only one night and were given a dark room in the basement. The hotel was full due to an annual rugby tournament which could account for the lack of alternative / better rooms. Perhaps because it was on the ground floor the drains smelled in the bathroom. The area outside of the ‘patio door’… “
“We stayed at the Senani hotel as part of our honeymoon for 3 nights. We arrived and were put in a smallish room downstairs with no views hence we were disapointed and asked if we could move rooms. We were moved to a nicer room with a better view but had to pay a bit more. Still good value at… “
“We found the Senani Hotel on our way to another hotel that we had phoned. The hotel was nearly empty due a lack of visitors scared off by recent events in Sri Lanka so it was nice and peaceful! We had a modern clean room with a balcony and breakfast for two for a total of $40! Water in the… “
“The Senani is set on a small peaceful road up a hill a mile or so away from the centre of Kandy with nice views over the town. The hotel is only a few years old and the 15 rooms or so bedrooms are well-equipped and spotless with excellent breakfasts and dinners to match. We had a look at a… “
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