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- Anilana Nilaveli
- Pool Chalet, Anilana Nilavel
- Anilana Nilaveli
- Anilana Nilaveli
- Deluxe Garden View, Anilana Nilaveli
Over Anilana Nilaveli
Nilaveli ligt ten noorden van Trincomalee. De afstand is niet al te groot, maar het lijkt alsof u alleen op de wereld bent. Het ongerepte, zachte strand nodigt uit tot het maken van een strandwandeling. De zee nodigt uit tot het maken van een zeil-, duik- of walvistocht. De culturele excursiemogelijkheden zijn oneindig. En heeft u uw plan ten uitvoering gebracht, dan zult u genieten van de faciliteiten van dit mooie resort. Moderne, ruime kamers en talloze mogelijkheden om te dineren en te genieten van een aperitif.
Insiders tipBij The Beach Restaurant geniet u van verkoelend drankje en heerlijk eten terwijl u uitkijkt over de Indische Oceaan. De perfecte plek als u iets te vieren heeft!
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KamerbeschrijvingenAnilana Deluxe Sea View
Airco, zitgedeelte, flat screen LED-televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten en een compleet ingerichte badkamer. De kamers bieden zeezicht.
Anilana Deluxe Garden View
Airco, zitgedeelte, flat screen LED-televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten en een compleet ingerichte badkamer. De kamers bieden tuin- of (gedeeltelijk) zeezicht.
Airco, zitgedeelte, flat screen LED-televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, een compleet ingerichte badkamer en een buitendouche. De kamers bieden een dakterras en liggen vlakbij het strand en één van de twee zwembaden.
Gelegen aan Nilaveli Beach.
• 2 Restaurants
• 2 Zwembaden
• Watersportmogelijkhedenen zoals zeilen, duiken en snorkelen
Aan de oostkust van Sri Lanka vindt u de mooie badplaatsen genaamd Trincomalee, Passikudah en Nilaveli. De prachtig uitgestrekte witgele zandstranden met goede mogelijkheden om te snorkelen of te duiken maken dit gebied zeer aantrekkelijk voor reizigers.
"Grand Tour of Sri Lanka 3"
The Anilani Hotel Nilaveli Situated some six kilometres North of Trincomalee, this hotel is normally reached directly from the main road. However on arrival we found this side road was being developed and was not useable. Instead we were directed to an alternative dirt road which was 900 meters of very narrow track and included three ninety degree turns in our 40 seater coach. Our skilled driver managed to accomplish the first two without assistance, but the third turn back onto the main access road onto relatively new concrete and through a heap of aggregate which required the hotel staffs assistance with shovels to level out the way. Reception was as usual protracted, but rooms were finally allocated. No requests for a different room with a sea view were entertained. However, none of the rooms are at ground level, with our party of 25 being accommodated on floors one and two. Third floor rooms have a sea view across to pigeon island and are classed as superior. There are rooms down the length of the two pools but when I requested an upgrade to one of these I was informed that they were all booked. Our room proved to be extremely large with an enormous double bed looking out over the balcony to the hotel grounds. The nights buffet was being set out below. The bathroom had a walk in shower with both power and rainfall heads separated from the bedroom by a glass wall. The wall to the outside corridor is partially built with glass blocks thus illuminating the bathroom with diffused light during the night. It took ages before hot water was pulled through the hotels water system but was very hot once it arrived. The sink was trough shaped with an inaccessible drain hole and so you had to wash in running water. There is a toilet in the room but no bidet. There is ample storage space, a safe and a fridge within, water was provided along with a kettle, tea and coffee making facilities. Bath towels were large and luxurious but one of our hand towels was grey and frayed. Our first evening meal proved to be first class, with a salad, followed by soup. I then had a stir fry selection of various vegetables, chicken, fish, prawns wok fried with added ginger, garlic, chilli, oyster and soya sauces. There was a large selection of curries with rice. Sweet included a selection of cakes and jellies, rum babas and fruits. Well done chefs. The following morning food was equally delicious. I had requested Kholla Kanda an Ayurvedic mixture of kola leaves, garlic, red rice, coconut milk and a selection of herbs which are normally varied day by day. A great internal body cleanser. There was the usual European breakfast selection and also a meal selection of delicate Asian breakfast curries to be eaten with egg string hoppers. Every other meal was to a high standard and the staff were first rate. The pools could do with cleaning and the one nearest the sea requires maintenance to replace missing tiles and broken side drain covers. Some of the side cubicles are in disrepair with missing soft furnishings. The beach is beautiful soft sand, kept pristine outside the hotel. However walk 50 meters and you will come across the detritus of modern society. Glass and plastic bottles, polystyrene floats, glass floats, plastic of every description all intermixed with dried cow and elephant dung, rope, string, dead trees and branches. To make matters worse where the rubbish has been cleared in the past it has been left in heaps to fester and rot. Why not burn it? I am sure that there is an army of unemployed who would be happy for a meagre day's pay. Why not use the taxes imposed on tourists to improve the environment.
Many thanks to the manager and all of his staff for the wonderful stay over the Christmas period at the Anilana. They were incredibly attentive and hard working. We enjoyed the food which certainly was not as bad as some reviews have stated. The western style food (especially the cakes and puddings) weren't as good as the Sri Lankan fare. However, this is not unique to the Anilana. The Wattalapan was the tastiest that we had eaten on this trip to Sri Lanka! It was nice having two large swimming pools to choose from, although things were never busy considering that the hotel was fully booked. Some repair work needs to be undertaken around the pool - a few tiles were dislodged and there were exposed rusty screws in the seating area. On a more positive note, the poolside attendant T.Tamilarasan always greeted us with a smile and was extraordinarily helpful during our stay. Indeed, he and the other staff at the Anilana are the hotel's biggest asset and are the main reason why we'd consider visiting again.
"Very nice hotel - horrible food"
The location and architecture is very nice. But beware of what food you order! The Chef's sense of Sri Lankan food is so bad it does not deserve the title. Blande as ever Ordered a pizza thinking at least they could do some Italian right but even that had to be sent twice to be put in the oven TWICE as the dough was uncooked Such a pity! Some great food would have complemented the lovely hotel
"Good staff and a relaxing place"
During our stay at hotel the staff was very helpful and the food was nice. we got a room near pool areya and some of the out side lights was not working along the path from the hotel to the room at night. Ac was making a big noise @ night :( . except for that all is well.nice place in trinco...
"Nice place- shame about the food "
We arrived and thought how fabulous. Nice beach, great looking pool, attentive staff and Roy in the restaurant was a credit it to any restaurant. If only that was how the story ended. I had the most tasteless cuttle fish curry ever and my nephew had a pizza served raw. It went back three times and was still under flavoured and in such an overstaffed restaurant the way the complaint was handled was a disgrace. We paid 15,000 rupees for lunch and will not be coming back again
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