This hotel is opposite the temple of the Tooth, right in the heart of Kandy. However at 4.30 am the Buddhist monks chant on loud speakers, then the Imam does the call to prayer from the mosque, then the flower sellers start to get their stalls ready outside the hotel. This coupled with the wooden floorboards that run length of hotel, under the plaster position walls all ads to the noise; you can hear people moving their furniture around also. There is a lovely colonial balcony to sit relax and have a drink, but mosquitoes abound! The hotel offers clean towels, however these are threadbare with holes, more like floor cloths. This is all reflected in the price of 20GBP per night without breakfast. This hotel is very clean throughout and they have cheaper rooms with shared bathrooms.