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Over Cinnamon Wild
Cinnamon Wild biedt luxe voor de echte natuurliefhebber. Dankzij de prachtige ligging vormt de lodge zo goed als een geheel met het Yala N.P. U kunt dan ook optimaal genieten van de prachtige omgeving. Maar ook in en om de accommodatie kunt u zich prima vermaken. Zo vindt u er een zwembad voor een verkoelende duik en kunt u er zeer goed terecht voor een heerlijke maaltijd. De 68 chalets bieden u daarnaast alle benodigde luxe voor een goede nachtrust. De Beach Chalets beschikken daarbij ook nog eens over een spectaculair uitzicht over zee. Waar wacht u nog op?
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Airco, televisie, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten. Compleet ingerichte badkamer, balkon of terras met Junglezicht.
Zoals Jungle Chalet, met zeezicht.
Gelegen aan de rand van het Yala National Park.
• Verschillende tours zoals; Wandelingen en gamedrives.
In de nationale parken Udawalawe en Yala en in de nabije omgeving kunt u talloze dieren spotten. Hier ziet u de mooiste vogels, kunt u een indrukwekkende ontmoeting met een olifant hebben of misschien ziet u wel een luipaard! Na een spannende dag tussen de wilde dieren, kunt u ook nog eens blijven slapen tussen de wilde dieren; kies een guesthouse om te overnachten, en zelfs kamperen behoort tot de mogelijkheden!
Just loved every minute of the three days we stayed at this hotel.The complex is built near the fringes of Yala National Park with individual chalets set amongst the bush. Our chalet was spacious and beautifully furnished with a jungle theme, mosquito net draped bed etc. Loved sitting on the deck and watching a giant squirrel hanging by its tail eating handfuls of leaves and the monkeys launching themselves off the roof into the nearby trees. The staff were friendly and the meals in the restaurant were great with a wide choice of food. We used the laundry service and were very pleased the standard of service. Our stay here was one of the highlights of our tour of Sri Lanka.
"Worth a Stay"
I wish we could have stayed more than one night. Understated luxury in a jungle setting, this ecolodge lives up to its reputation. The open air reception area with beautiful adjoining pool was very inviting. Our bungalow had a canopy bed that was as comfortable as it was pretty. It's location so close to the park was convenient. The animals, knowing no boundaries, are apt to stray onto the hotel's property necessitating having an escort if you want to travel between your room and reception after dark. In fact we found a wild boar outside our door in the morning but he lost interest and departed. It added a little extra thrill to our stay there. The food was abundant and good; the staff friendly and welcoming.
"Good stay until the housekeeper ruined it at the end"
Â We stayed there for one night. The whole experience with Cinnamon was good until the housekeeper ruined our experience at the end . When we are about to check out we realized that two cans of Pringles which was on the table were missing. Initially we thought we might have thrown it to the waste bin by accident and went through the waste bins for searching that. When we couldn't find it in there I thought the room is haunted. Which really scared me. Â Â But later on my husband noticed the mini bar, which was open the previous day, has been locked. Then we knew it has to be some from the hotel who came in while we were away. When we asked from the manager, he said that's the standard procedure for any Cinnamon Hotel (which was not mentioned in their Terms and Conditions provided during the check in), also the Housekeeper has the right to enter to the hotel room at any point of time if the â€œDo not disturbâ€ board is not shown outside. The housekeeper goes to refill the mini bars while the guests are having breakfast. Then we asked if we want to use the mini bar how are we going to do that. Then he said we have to call and get someone to open it which I found really funny. As far as I know housekeeping doesn't come in to the room on the day of your check out. We left our valuables out and we really don't know whether we have been robbed too. We checked with our friends who stayed in the room next to us and I found it strange that the mini bar of the room next to us was not locked the same way when they were also out with us for breakfast.Â The problem is not about locking the minibar, but somebody (â€˜housekeepingâ€™ according to the manager) entering to the hotel room at their will without any consent of the guest. What if the guest forgot to put the â€œDND signâ€ and she was sleeping or taking a bath? That is a serious question about the security.Â
"great hotel close the national park , lovely little lodges ,"
great hotel near the national park , you stay in individual lodges and you do have a feel of being in the wild . the food was lovely and you had a good choice of food to choice from and view from the restaurant over the lake is nice bonus. being so close to national park was why choose to stay there , but you cant walk anywhere , which was fine .
"A mixed blessing..."
We stayed three nights in this hotel, set in part of the National Park. I have mixed comments to make about it. Accommodation: lovely individual villas or chalets, which are set in the natural bush settings, some of which are a considerable walk from the main dining and reception area. But that's fine. You get to see monkeys and other animals along the way, which is quite a lovely novelty. Food: a wide range of good food, both Sri Lankan and western, to choose from. Service: There's the rub. In this stunningly exceptional environment, it was obvious that most of the staff needed training, as they mostly stood about ignoring guests and chatting and one was forced to raise ones voice to attract attention. Wake up calls may or may not happen. We were there for three days, and this service was unreliable. Turn your phone alarm on! Another aspect was the (necessary) accompanied walks to or from your villa after dark or before dawn. This is a wild life setting, and snakes and other creatures come out during the cooler dark hours. Guards are a safeguard against mishap. The staff involved were often surly, and walked on ahead quickly, leaving guests stumbling in the dark. Or several times, walking in groups, elderly couples were given a cursory wave with a torch to their rooms, and left to fumble along in the dark on their own, the guide only returning to assist when called out to by others in the group. All a simple matter of training. Would I stay there again? Yes, a beautiful place in an extraordinary environment, but with reservations: hopefully the management will address the culture and training of their staff. Secondly, we were unfortunately there in the dry season and the elephant had moved out. We had to drive for an hour and a half to other reserves. I would choose a better time of the year.
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