Amaya Lake Resorts & Spas Dambulla Sri Lanka Rooms Information:
The mystical Kandalama Lake stretches out before your suite, which includes a separate sitting area with an additional plasma television, and a dining table. In the master bedroom, have the sweetest of dreams on a comfortable California king-sized bed. Throughout the luxurious suite, a sense of intrigue and adventure pervades with the use of local Kumbuk wood for the unique wooden furniture and wood flooring. A separate desktop area and pantry create a cosy atmosphere, while a ‘butler’ waits at the ready to prepare your own personalized menu.
In the spacious and fully supplied bathroom, discover a luxuriously large bathtub, as well as an outdoor plunge pool with Jacuzzi nozzles for the ultimate relaxing indulgence.
In addition to the satellite-enabled plasma TV, the Lake Suite also includes a wide range of other amenities, such as a digital safe, broadband internet, international direct dialling (IDD), and a mini-home theatre system, all tastefully blended with the suite’s elegant and authentic decor.
Out of 106 eco-friendly chalets at Amaya Lake, 23 are specially outfitted as Deluxe Chalets, designed for the nature lover who doesn’t want to sacrifice luxury. These chalets include all of the culturally authentic design details of the regular chalets, such as the front terrace with the traditional long seat or a tree-trunk column supporting the red-tiled roof. In addition, the Deluxe Chalets feature a satellite TV offering international channels including BBC, CNN, Star Sports, Cinemax, HBO and ESPN. The spacious bathrooms are also supplied with sensuous luxury amenities to enhance your relaxation and comfort.
Four adjoining villas accommodate guests seeking a luxurious space of their own. Spacious. High wooden ceilings. Contemporary décor, with architecture inspired by the local area, and furnishings in elegant dark wood panelling. Plasma screen televisions for modern luxury.
Set on 12 hectares bordering Kandalama Lake . Paths wind through the natural forested grounds, with 92 Sri Lankan villas scattered amongst the trees. A terrace fronts each villa, with a traditional long seat moulded into the patio. Enjoy the view as you sit next to a tree-trunk column supporting the red-tiled roof.
A full-size image of King Kasyapa, in the region’s local painting style, graces the door. Inside, find more examples of local artistry – wall sculptures and murals. A moulded sofa, with comfortable cushions allows you to relax in the sitting area, while steps lead to a slightly raised bedroom area and a spacious bathroom.
Two-and four-unit chalets (double and quadrapule villas connected through a common passageway with separate entrances) are available for families and interested groups.
The culture of central Sri Lanka. A village lifestyle for guests who seek an experience found nowhere else. Eleven traditional-style dwellings face a central pond. Like an authentic village, houses face inwards towards each other, expressing the notion that inner appearance and ties within the village are more important than the outside world.
Nearby, the Ayurvedic Spa and Wewe Kade Ayurvedic restaurant complement the indigenous experience. Each house is unique in design and possesses its own name, for example, Kalundewa Gedera – House at the Water Tank of the Village of Black Bamboo.