Ambalama Leisure Lounge - Promoted by Lakpura Travels (Pvt) Ltd
It is truly eco-friendly and we are doing our best to keep to our motto, 'Where you meet nature'.
We formed this resort as an ancient Ambalama.
Welcome to Ambalama.
Ambalama Leisure Lounge is one of the finest boutique hotels in Sri Lanka.
Boutique concept to a whole new level on this wonderful island.
Ambalama Leisure Lounge
An eco-resort to its core, the Ambalama Leisure Lounge Hotel is approximately 1 hour away from Colombo and surrounded by scenic beauty that will allow you to relax in peaceful settings. With a river running alongside the property and consisting of cottage type accommodation built and designed according to Sri Lankan themes, the hotel also offers recreational facilities for its guests. Ideal for weddings and also conferences, Ambalama Leisure Lounge Hotel caters to your needs allowing you to simply enjoy your holiday.
The restaurant is an open air deck, also called the 'Pinthaliya' for those who wish to be closer to nature as they sip their fresh fruit juice or nibble the numerous short-eats. Ambalama serves traditional, International and Chinese cousin. In keeping with the tradition the Restaurant serves a predominantly Sri Lankan Food.
Among the facilities, the 'Ul pan geya' or the swimming pool with a pool side bar again keeping the natural theme of the place.The swimming pool is built in one of the clay pits left over from brick-making days.The area is surrounded by trees and constructed to withstand the force of flood waters, as we did not use tile, but polished concrete.At present chemicals are used to disinfect the water, but we are looking into the future use of a carbonic material for that purpose.We placed 6 inches of pebbles in the bottom of the pool to massage the feet, as in a natural pond.
The bar of the Ambalama or the “Inguru Waadiya” is quite the place to experience. With cement “Thachchies” for lamp shades and wine barrels as tables, each table is named after an old town. The gallery of the bar is made out of wood. Clay pots, which were once used to hang on the coconut trees for toddy, now hang on the roof of the Inguru Wadiya. The mood is all set for relaxing and the theme is governed by the old tradition of toddy drinking. It is an Idealistic location for a leisurely drink and outgoing with a group of friends.