Lake View Tourist Guest House
The Lake View tourist Guest House in Anuradhapura, offers 10 rooms and a warm, friendly atmosphere where guests are treated with typical Sri Lankan hospitality. The Sri Lankan food served is certainly a treat. The rooms with a view of Mihintale are the best.
Milano Tourist Rest
The Milano Tourist Rest is one of the best budget hotels in Anuradhapura and is in fact a cosy modern home with large rooms, fully equipped with comfortable beds and satellite television.
Midrange to top end
Imbued with a unique style of its own, out of the Anuradhapura hotels, the Tissawewa Grand certainly stands out. Its authenticity is traced to about the turn of the last century, as demonstrated by the old fashioned shower railings and claw-footed bathtubs. It is a lovely place to simply relax, sitting out in the verandas overlooking the beautifully manicured gardens.
One of the simple, yet exceptionally clean hotels in Anuradhapura, the Boa Vista is run by a Sri Lankan – Canadian couple. Set in a quiet and tranquil atmosphere, the Boa Vista offers rooms complete with private balconies, affording the luxury of a scenic view of the peaceful lake, at any given time. It is minutes away from most of the ancient ruins of Anuradhapura.
Located in the heart of the city of Anuradhapura, Hotel Shalini offers 14 rooms fully equipped with hot and coldwater, fans, air conditioning, Wi-Fi and satellite TV among other amenities. The hotel also boasts a roof-top beer garden and an open-air restaurant serving delicious western, eastern and Chinese cuisine.
Ulagalla Resort is certainly one of the best hotels in Anuradhapura, if not the best. This luxury boutique hotel is the perfect fusion of ancient heritage coupled with plush modernity. At Ulagalla Resort, Anuradhapura, you are treated like a king, as each meal is served exactly as you please to simply tantalise those taste buds. Each chalet is meticulously designed to perfection, complete with a private plunge pool, offering a breathtaking view of the panoramic surroundings and is the epitome of indulgence.Submit Inquiry