Hill Club

The Hill Club of Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka, was founded in 1876 by a British Coffee Planter. Today it is a privately operated club with luxury rooms and all modern facilities.
It is, however, accessible to the public and a recommended place to spend the night.

The Hill Club of Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka was founded in 1876 by a British Coffee Planter, as a ‘home’ away from home. It is today a privately operated club.
39 cosily appointed bedrooms with hot/cold water two suites and three family (Chalet) rooms. Rooms
Chalet: three family rooms
Restaurant; at Dinner, coat and tie required.
This hotel gives a good view of what the place was like in imperial times. it has a perfectly manicured english lawn, and could almost be an english country house. Being so high up, you get away from the oppressive heat that much of the country suffers from. It's a great place to go to get away from the intensity of the rest of the country and recharge your batteries. Formal dinner is served in the evening, and you are expected to wear jacket and tie (both provided). Attention: your driver doesn't get commission or a free room here, so he might be reluctant to go, but don't miss out. (YahooTravel -
Children under 5 years will only be accomodated in the Chalets.
4 Tennis clay courts snooker Billards, 2 full sized tables gym golf darts table tennis games room (Monsoon Room) Reading Room
Dress code is applicable from 7 pm in all public areas. Men should wear jacket and tie (can be provided), women accordingly well dressed.
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Hill Club
Country: Sri Lanka
City: Nuwara Eliya
Opening date: 1876

Note from the Host

General Manager Monte Holsinger

Coordinates

29 Grand Hotel Road
Sri Lanka, Nuwara Eliya

Tel: +94 52 2222653 / 2223192
Fax: +94 52 2222654

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