The Tea Bush Ramboda Hotel in beautiful Sri Lanka has proved to be highly suitable for a range of visitors, both local and from overseas, staying for any amount of time. The peaceful surroundings and variety of cuisines available at the hotel certainly contribute to its success. Not only this, but the fact that it is so close to the idyllic Ramboda Waterfall in Nuwara Eliya makes it even more appealing, and the perfect place to stay for those in search of beauty and adventure during their holiday.
The modern and luxurious Tea Bush Ramboda Hotel proudly provides guests with the best quality cuisine and dishes you could ever imagine. Its spacious dining area is complete with views of utter natural beauty, giving guests the perfect place to enjoy their meals, and the ideal spot for sipping a cocktail and relaxing. All dishes are prepared by the hotel’s expert chefs and are made with fresh and organic ingredients. Plus, guests are given the option to choose from many delicious international cuisines on the menu. The hotel also has a reception area with members of staff on duty, whose job is to answer any queries and help guests in whatever way they can.
Rooms at the Tea Bush Ramboda Hotel are modern, stylish and elegant, all complete with that much-needed homely yet deluxe atmosphere. Within them, guests can take advantage of the Satellite TV with 45 channels, a mini bar for refreshments, a built-in safe for extra safety and security, and not forgetting the room service with plenty to choose from. Plus, the hotel fully takes into consideration that many guests have travelled a long way from home to be there, and therefore is pleased to provide free WiFi access for those wanting to keep in touch with friends and family at home
Places to visit
This hotel is situated in Nuwara Eliya, which is in the hill country of the Central Province in Sri Lanka. In it, there are many interesting places to visit. Guests at the Tea Bush Ramboda Hotel can visit Victoria Park, a pretty public park with an array of trees and plants that was named after Queen Victoria in 1897. Alternatively, there is the Haggala Botanical Garden, where visitors can find colourful flowers from a typical English cottage’s garden.
Head to Gregory Lake, one of Nuwara Eliya’s most popular and significant tourist attractions. Here, visitors are able to not only enjoy the view of the peaceful lake, but also go boating and rowing. Also, sights in this area cannot be discussed without mentioning Horton Plains National Park. Located just 32km from Nuwara Eliya, this is a large, spacious and intriguing natural park with all kinds of exotic animals. The list includes wild boars, wild cats, Sri Lankan leopards and Sri Lankan Sambar Deer.