Jetwing Hotels, Sri Lanka

Maintaining a Strong Foothold

Hotel Review

October 27, 2017

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India Outbound

November-December 2017

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Jetwing, one of the leading hospitality giants of Sri Lanka, has remained committed to uplifting lives, developing communities, and engaging in sustainable practices while continuing its expansion of businesses in Sri Lanka.

India is Jetwing’s key market and Jetwing does strong campaigns with its array of luxury hotels to cater to the needs of the Indian tourists. Indian weddings are an important segment for the hotel chain. With north and south India already well covered, Jetwing now plans to look east. Here is a quick review of their top five properties.

Jetwing Colombo Seven, Colombo

The bird’s eye view of the heart of Colombo city and its bordering beach from the rooftop restaurant and bar are spectacular. Centrally located, Jetwing Colombo Seven is in close proximity to all the key shopping and business areas. Home to serviced apartments, studio apartments and rooms, its minimalist décor has a contemporary feel to it.

Jetwing Lake, Dambulla

Located amidst a secluded dry zone forest, Jetwing Lake overlooks the Siyambalaweva water tank, which connects us to centuries’ old history. The hotel is a languid retreat with easy access to Sri Lanka’s cultural triangle. The hotel specialises in authentic Sri Lankan cuisine, prepared from fresh produce grown locally in the area.

Jetwing Lighthouse, Galle

On the fringe of the former Dutch colonial town of Galle stands Jetwing Lighthouse, a tropical retreat amidst the sun, sea and sands of the southern coast. The hotel terrace is ideal for a drink and a chat while overlooking a spectacular Sri Lankan sunset. The location of the hotel is ideal for visits to the Galle Fort, just 10 minutes away.

Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions, Negombo

Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions is a place to go for holistic healing of mind, body and soul. This property has in-house doctors to consult before you go for any medical treatment. Designed as an exclusive health retreat, guests could choose from 12 luxury pavilions and 24 rooms that ensure maximum privacy where the entire world is locked out.

Jetwing St. Andrew’s, Nuwara Eliya

Amidst mountains swathed in mist and dotted with tea plantations, stands the quaint old mansion of Jetwing St. Andrew’s, a former Tudor country house converted into a modern hotel – a retreat for those looking for cooler climates.

 

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