Kings Pavilion Kandy
Kings Pavilion is based just 15 minutes outside the centre of Kandy, a bustling town which is home to the Temple of the Tooth. Situated on a hill side this boutique hotel gives great views down over the valley and town below.
- Great location to explore city and its heritage sites
- This is a newly built property with very modern, spacious rooms
- Nice infinity pool with views over valley below
- There is a family suite making this a great option for families
Kings Pavilion is a boutique hotel in Kandy with nine modern and spacious rooms. Situated on a hill overlooking the lush valley below, it is in a great location with lots of verdant open space.
The rooms are designed to be spacious and modern while maintaining a contemporary Sri Lankan style. The hotel is decorated with local art work and handmade furniture, and each of the rooms are uniquely decorated. For honeymooners, opt for the King Suite for a more luxurious experience. The Queen Suite is perfect for families, with ample space for two double beds and a separate living space.
This property has its own spa, complete with a sauna and steam room. Also on offer are yoga classes, complimentary bicycles and painting facilities. There is a small infinity pool overlooking the valley.
The restaurant offers a la carte options for all meals, with a great range of both international and local dishes. Relax and enjoy one the signature dishes such as the Kings Pavilion Mix Grill Special while looking over the lawns and valley below.
Kings Pavilion Kandy truly is the perfect place for those wanting to relax and unwind after a long day of exploring the surrounding region.
When to visit
For a honeymoon stay, choose the junior suite by the pool for more luxury and more privacy
Top Things to Do Nearby
Dambulla Buddhist Caves
Dambulla is an ancient historical site set on a large granite outcrop. The caves at Dambulla are famous for their temples and have been repainted several times in the 11th, 12th and 18th centuries with secular and Buddhist scenes.
Ella City Tour
Explore Ella with your chauffeur guide. Ella is blessed with some of Sri Lanka’s most spectacular views. On this tour you will visit Ella Gap, Ravana Ella Falls, Little Adam’s Peak, Ravana Cave and Bambaragala Park.
Guided Tour of Kandy: Gods, Kings & Men
Today head to the centre of Kandy, once known as the Kingdom of Kandy. Take some time to visit the famous UNESCO protected Temple of the Tooth. Next wander around the colourful market followed by some tea at the historic Queen's Hotel.
Jeep Safari at Yala National Park
Enjoy a jeep safari to Yala National Park, the most famous National Park in Sri Lanka.
Visit the colourful market in Kandy for textiles, as well as a lively atmosphere.
Kandy Royal Botanical Gardens
The Royal Botanical Gardens in Peradeniya, Kandy, is renowned for its wide variety of plant species
and beautiful flowers. Of particular note is the collection of a variety of orchids.
Kandy Temple Trail
Head a little more off the beaten track to explore some of Sri Lanka's more historically and architecturally interesting temples. Gadaladeniya, Embekke and Lankathilaka are set away from the main tourist trail but are still easily accessible from Kandy.
The Sigiriya rock rises majestically from the jungle floor. It is famous for its ‘mirror wall’, so called because of its highly polished surface. Half-way up there are galleries with frescoes in brilliant tempera. Sigirya dates from the 5th century AD.
Temple of the Tooth
This evening you will visit The Temple of the Tooth. The stunning 17th-century Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) is believed to house the left upper canine tooth of the Lord Buddha himself.
Train from Kandy to Hatton
The 2 hour train journey to Hatton is a glorious way to see the rolling countryside from your observation car, as you climb into the hills and tea plantations.
Trekking in the Knuckles Range
This is a must for trekking enthusiasts, who will love the striking landscapes and ever-changing fauna on this 4-5 hour trek from Illukkumbura to Riverston. Expect sweeping panoramas and waterfalls in this UNESCO World Heritage Site.