Hotels Near Town Hall Hatton In Hatton

0/50 Reviews
0.38km from Town Hall Hatton
Property Location With a stay at Mount View Bungalow in Hatton, you'll be 6.1 mi (9.9 km) from Devon Falls and 12.1 mi (19.5 km) from St Clair Falls. This villa is 17.2 mi (27.6 km) from Aberdeen Waterfall and 17.6 mi (28.3 km) from Laxapana Falls. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 5 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with full-sized refrigerators/freezers and stovetops. Rooms have private balconies or patios. Flat-screen televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided once per stay. Amenities Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and barbecue grills. Guests can catch a ride to nearby destinations on the area shuttle (surcharge). Dining Local cuisine breakfasts are available daily from 7 AM to 10 AM for a fee. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include luggage storage and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
FromUS$64.00
3/55 Reviews
0.65km from Town Hall Hatton
Do NOT believe the pictures on booking.com. I think those pictures are from years ago, because the current status of this place is shocking & terrible!!! The reception area was the only place that looked acceptable. It took somebody 20mins to come to the reception to give us the keys. During that time, I went to the toilet, which gave a horrible stench for metres away. The water in the commode was a disgusting yellow colour, which almost made me barf. We were shown a room on the same floor as the reception. The moment we walked in, the stink in the room hit us hard. The room was not aired properly & because of the climate, it was moist & there was mould/fungus on the walls. There were 2 chairs of which the cushion covers were burned & the sponge was coming out. On the ground there were 2 dead insects & hundreds of ants devouring them. The bathroom smelled bad & had stains on the wall. My friend's bedroom in the lower floor had a pillow case with a massive stain on it. We didn't stay. We left. Terrible & disgusting place. Avoid it!
FromUS$23.00
0/50 Reviews
0.94km from Town Hall Hatton
Property Location With a stay at Heaven Rest in Hatton, you'll be 12 mi (19.3 km) from Horton Plains National Park and 20.1 mi (32.3 km) from Adams Peak. This guesthouse is 5.3 mi (8.5 km) from Devon Falls and 11.3 mi (18.1 km) from St Clair Falls. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 3 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms feature showers with rainfall showerheads. Dining Take advantage of the guesthouse's 24-hour room service. Continental breakfasts are available daily from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM for a fee. Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
FromUS$23.00
0/50 Reviews
0.94km from Town Hall Hatton
With a stay at Villa Serenity in Hatton, you'll be on the waterfront, and 11.9 mi (19.2 km) from Horton Plains National Park and 20 mi (32.1 km) from Adams Peak. This golf hotel is 5.3 mi (8.5 km) from Devon Falls and 9.2 mi (14.9 km) from St Clair Falls.Take time to pamper yourself with a visit to the full-service spa. After practicing your swing on the golf course, you can enjoy other recreational amenities, which include a 24-hour fitness center. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and barbecue grills.Enjoy a satisfying meal at Restaurant serving guests of Villa Serenity.Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 4 guestrooms featuring iPod docking stations. Your pillowtop bed comes with Egyptian cotton sheets. Rooms have private balconies. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries.
FromUS$440.00
0/50 Reviews
1.22km from Town Hall Hatton
Stay with Yoho Bed to experience the best of local hospitality at affordable rates. We believe in providing comfortable standardized accommodation for competitive prices. Speak to our Yoho Bed representatives to find out more on the nearest attractions, things to do and other experiences in the area.
FromUS$8.00
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
2.83km from Town Hall Hatton
Situated in hill country so very beautiful surroundings. Some of the staff were very welcoming and caring. Only a 500-Rs tuktuk from the train-station. Unfortunately this hotel is in the complete opposite direction to Adam’s Peak, so if you’re wanting to stay here I wouldn’t recommend it if you want to climb. Our room, although having amazing views, had lots of bugs in it-mosquitos and moths which we had difficulties preventing/dealing with so woke up with many bites. The WiFi upstairs didn’t work so we couldn’t plan our next day. Service in the restaurant was slow even when we were the only people in there. Obviously these may be specific to the one room/night we stayed here, however overall we were fairly disappointed and ended up only staying here 1 out of our two planned nights.
FromUS$23.00
5/5Perfect1 Reviews
3.69km from Town Hall Hatton
Sadly this hotel came as a great disappointment to us. It was sold to us by an Agent as a luxury small hotel and is most certainly far from that. Yes, it is a lovely old colonial building, in a beautiful setting, with fabulous gardens and delightful hard working and attentive staff. That I am afraid is where the praise has to end. In my opinion this is an overpriced establishment with the atmosphere of an old peoples home. I expected Hercule Poirot to appear at any moment and I don't think he would have been impressed The 4-5 kilometre road up to the hotel is a nightmare especially in the rain. The numerous potholes are so deep that the bottom of the car scrapes the road. The 4 odd kilometer drive up to the house takes 45 minutes from Hatton and by the time you finally get there you have lost the will to live. Our reception was good but when we finally got to our room, the rather grandly named Regency Suite, turned out to be a pokey little room and thoroughly old fashioned , nowhere to sit, no storage space accept a1950s brown hanging cupboard with a variety cheap plastic hangars with no bar for trouser hanging. There were none of the modern comforts one expects these days from a luxury hotel. There was no safe, so they kindly brought one in and screwed it to the bottom of the cupboard, thus utilising what little storage space there was. It locked itself during their demonstration on how it should be used, and we did not dare to use it thereafter. The bathroom, I can only suggest was last updated about 30 years ago. Again very small with a shower in tiny bath with a black plastic shower curtain that envelopes you in a cold hug, the moment you turn the shower on. The shower runs out of hot water quickly and the bath towels were very mean and thin. There was not a lot of choice on the menu, maybe 3 starters and three mains. The food was cooked adequately but it was not exciting and I did not look forward to meals at all. There were no candles on the tables (see website) and little effort was made to warm the atmosphere in the room. It is one of those dining rooms where you always find yourself whispering. What should have been an idyllic walk around the well kept gardens was ruined by 4 hours of non stop singing and talking at high volume through a loud speaker system somewhere in the valley below us. Judging from some other reviews of this property, there appears to be a market for it. If however you are expecting a beautifully run, modernised small Colonial Hotel, with very good food and comfortable rooms, this is not the place for you. At the price charged I expect a very great deal more. We really could not wait to move on.
FromUS$255.00

Hotels Near Town Hall Hatton In Hatton Review

5/51 Reviews
Sadly this hotel came as a great disappointment to us. It was sold to us by an Agent as a luxury small hotel and is most certainly far from that. Yes, it is a lovely old colonial building, in a beautiful setting, with fabulous gardens and delightful hard working and attentive staff. That I am afraid is where the praise has to end. In my opinion this is an overpriced establishment with the atmosphere of an old peoples home. I expected Hercule Poirot to appear at any moment and I don't think he would have been impressed The 4-5 kilometre road up to the hotel is a nightmare especially in the rain. The numerous potholes are so deep that the bottom of the car scrapes the road. The 4 odd kilometer drive up to the house takes 45 minutes from Hatton and by the time you finally get there you have lost the will to live. Our reception was good but when we finally got to our room, the rather grandly named Regency Suite, turned out to be a pokey little room and thoroughly old fashioned , nowhere to sit, no storage space accept a1950s brown hanging cupboard with a variety cheap plastic hangars with no bar for trouser hanging. There were none of the modern comforts one expects these days from a luxury hotel. There was no safe, so they kindly brought one in and screwed it to the bottom of the cupboard, thus utilising what little storage space there was. It locked itself during their demonstration on how it should be used, and we did not dare to use it thereafter. The bathroom, I can only suggest was last updated about 30 years ago. Again very small with a shower in tiny bath with a black plastic shower curtain that envelopes you in a cold hug, the moment you turn the shower on. The shower runs out of hot water quickly and the bath towels were very mean and thin. There was not a lot of choice on the menu, maybe 3 starters and three mains. The food was cooked adequately but it was not exciting and I did not look forward to meals at all. There were no candles on the tables (see website) and little effort was made to warm the atmosphere in the room. It is one of those dining rooms where you always find yourself whispering. What should have been an idyllic walk around the well kept gardens was ruined by 4 hours of non stop singing and talking at high volume through a loud speaker system somewhere in the valley below us. Judging from some other reviews of this property, there appears to be a market for it. If however you are expecting a beautifully run, modernised small Colonial Hotel, with very good food and comfortable rooms, this is not the place for you. At the price charged I expect a very great deal more. We really could not wait to move on.
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FromUS$255.00
4.1/510 Reviews
Situated in hill country so very beautiful surroundings. Some of the staff were very welcoming and caring. Only a 500-Rs tuktuk from the train-station. Unfortunately this hotel is in the complete opposite direction to Adam’s Peak, so if you’re wanting to stay here I wouldn’t recommend it if you want to climb. Our room, although having amazing views, had lots of bugs in it-mosquitos and moths which we had difficulties preventing/dealing with so woke up with many bites. The WiFi upstairs didn’t work so we couldn’t plan our next day. Service in the restaurant was slow even when we were the only people in there. Obviously these may be specific to the one room/night we stayed here, however overall we were fairly disappointed and ended up only staying here 1 out of our two planned nights.
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FromUS$23.00
3/55 Reviews
Do NOT believe the pictures on booking.com. I think those pictures are from years ago, because the current status of this place is shocking & terrible!!! The reception area was the only place that looked acceptable. It took somebody 20mins to come to the reception to give us the keys. During that time, I went to the toilet, which gave a horrible stench for metres away. The water in the commode was a disgusting yellow colour, which almost made me barf. We were shown a room on the same floor as the reception. The moment we walked in, the stink in the room hit us hard. The room was not aired properly & because of the climate, it was moist & there was mould/fungus on the walls. There were 2 chairs of which the cushion covers were burned & the sponge was coming out. On the ground there were 2 dead insects & hundreds of ants devouring them. The bathroom smelled bad & had stains on the wall. My friend's bedroom in the lower floor had a pillow case with a massive stain on it. We didn't stay. We left. Terrible & disgusting place. Avoid it!
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FromUS$23.00
4.5/510 Reviews
We had 5 nights of complete relaxation from the moment we arrived at the resort. The accommodation was clean and spacious with breathtaking views and a large balcony overlooking the reservoir. The real high points are the food and service. Without exception every meal was wonderful made from vegetables and fruit grown in their garden and the fish and meat all locally sourced. I have to make a mention to Raju who made it his mission to make us as comfortable and look after anything we wanted. With his attention to every detail of our holiday he truly was part of making it very special for us and for all the other guests stying at the same time as us. They can arrange any excursions for you if you ask them. They charge very reasonable rates and nothing is too much for them to make your whole experience memorable. I would personally recommend a trip to the Aberdeen falls and bathe under the falls as well as a trip to the Railway Lodge in Hatton to experience an authentic feel of a bygone era. There were really no bad points if you’re after a thoroughly relaxing friendly vacation . The only slight down side is that although we had fabulous views over the reservoir we couldn’t go in as the hotel hadn’t been granted a license yet, hopefully the powers to be will grant it to them soon. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone .
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FromUS$73.00
4.1/510 Reviews
Situated in hill country so very beautiful surroundings. Some of the staff were very welcoming and caring. Only a 500-Rs tuktuk from the train-station. Unfortunately this hotel is in the complete opposite direction to Adam’s Peak, so if you’re wanting to stay here I wouldn’t recommend it if you want to climb. Our room, although having amazing views, had lots of bugs in it-mosquitos and moths which we had difficulties preventing/dealing with so woke up with many bites. The WiFi upstairs didn’t work so we couldn’t plan our next day. Service in the restaurant was slow even when we were the only people in there. Obviously these may be specific to the one room/night we stayed here, however overall we were fairly disappointed and ended up only staying here 1 out of our two planned nights.
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FromUS$23.00
4/55 Reviews
Amazing place to stay and visit in Hatton area. This Bangalow is mostly beautiful and mind free environment which situated middle of the Tea state. Area was always very cool and comfortable. Foods are very Delicious and breakfast was most expected level. The Manager and Chief are very friendly and always curtesy to the guests upto Departure. Room rates also vary reasonable than other hotels. We can recommend this is the best bangalow in Hatton area. I'm looking forward to visiting once again Tea Queen..
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FromUS$23.00
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