As an introduction to Calamansi Cove by Jetwing, it is a luxurious boutique hotel located in the South. Jetwing Hotels greets its guests with a signature welcome drink made from the very fruit which inspired its name - the Calamansi, a South Asian citrus fruit which grows in abundance in the lush gardens of the property.
Today, it is all about perfect planning that gives you a beautiful and peaceful vacation which you'll cherish for the rest of your lives. Since most of the travelers are planet lovers who are green at heart, eco-tourism has gained great significance in the past decade or so. People are now signing up for trips that offer carbon offset facilities and are opting for packages at the most eco-friendly hotels around.
Everyone realizes that going green is no longer an option, but a necessity in order to safeguard the beauty and majesty that we are enjoying today. Green hotels and resorts play a big part in this whole thing as they make your trip not just grand and memorable, but give you a high by ensuring that you don't hurt the planet with your trip.
Everyone realizes that going green is no longer an option, but a necessity in order to safeguard the beauty and majesty that we are enjoying today. Green hotels and resorts play a big part in this whole thing as they make your trip not just grand and memorable, but give you a high by ensuring that you don't hurt the planet with your trip. Consisting of ultra-luxury rooms and deluxe rooms guests are pampered in lavish interiors all through their stay.
Once the ancestral estate of local Anuradhapura nobility; this hotel in Anuradhapura features a 150-year-old mansion at its center, with 20 private ecologically-built villas spread across 58 acres of lush greenery. As one of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, with its own solar farm generating half of its own energy requirements, Ulagalla is truly a unique boutique hotel.
Mangrove-scattered sands cloak Paradise Road the Villa Bentota in a rusticity that’s fabulously at odds with its orderly garden surrounds. Dating back to the 19th-century, this gorgeous Bentota boutique hotel was renovated first by iconic Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa, and more recently by design guru Shanth Fernando, who transformed it into the south-west coast’s most sensational seaside retreat.
Named after the Jaffna town of Manipay, boutique hotel Maniumpathy is steeped in Ceylonese history. Passed down through five generations of the accomplished Hallock family, this charming home is now a stylish retreat of just eight suites, all arranged around a peaceful central courtyard and petite lap pool. Colonial trappings are de rigueur at this Colombo hideaway: expect roll-top bath tubs, four-poster beds and perfectly manicured lawns.
Tucked away in a lush 100 acre land is our Dambulla hotel that you may want to call your paradise. Let the mountain speak to you as you experience losing yourself to the enchanting wonders of nature, here at Kalundewa Retreat.
Experience the beauty and serenity of Sri Lanka’s scenic hill country within the luxurious comforts of a boutique hotel par excellence. 98 Acres Resort and Spa is an elegant, chic hotel that stands on a scenic 98 acre tea estate, surrounded by a stunning landscape.
The uniquely designed resort blends well with nature, and consists of charming chalets mostly made of recyclable substance. Discarded railway sleepers are put to good use in the making of decks and walls at the resort. Rough, hewn granite lend simple elegance to the floors of chalets adorned with thatched roofs of ‘Illuk’ straw that adds to their rustic beauty. The exquisite country side, breathtaking views and exciting nature trails will assure you of a memorable holiday at one of the most breathtaking Ella hotels in the region.
Reborn as Amangalla boutique hotel in 2004, the grande dame of Galle Fort once welcomed throngs of travellers from globe-traversing P&O steamers as the New Oriental Hotel. Today, this luxurious retreat continues to attract cultured comfort-seekers with its blend of nostalgic fittings, centuries-old charm and modern flourishes.
Feel at home at this luxury resort in Sri Lanka and take advantage of their first class facilities designed for your leisure and pleasure. Wonder around the gardens and tea estate, get active at the fitness gym, feast on the finest cuisine and unwind with a great book in the open-air jungle-view Living Pavilion. To take relaxation and pampering to the next level, the spa is the place the let your stress and cares free with heavenly massages and treatments.
From its impeccably minimalist design to its star-quality health packages, everything at luxury retreat Santani Wellness Resort & Spa is geared towards achieving harmony. This may mean finding a balance between active yoga sessions and restorative Ayurvedic spa treatments, or a healthy fruit juice at breakfast and a glass of biodynamic wine at dinner. At one with nature, the hotel’s glass walls and indoor-outdoor lounging spaces mean you can wake, dine and fall asleep to breathtaking views of emerald-green paddy fields and thick forests the hillside rooms are open to the elements, so you feel like you could step right out into the scenery.
Amongst boutique hotels in Kandy, The Kandy House is a unique ancestral manor house providing seclusion and serenity for its guests in a lush, tropical garden setting close to Kandy. In 1804, the last Chief Minister of the Kandyan Kingdom, Ratwatte Adigar, committed an act of “defiant decadence” as he dared to build himself a palatial villa using roof tiles which at that time were decreed only for royal residences. 200 years later, it was converted into a designer boutique hotel in Kandy, in partnership with Channa Daswatte by retaining the charisma of this captivating house while taking it to the standard for 21st century guests. The resulting restoration sensitively blends modernised bathrooms with elegant antique furniture, and fresh touches of colour set off the traditional architecture.
Once the Head Chieftan of Galle’s country residence and formerly part of the RAF’s headquarters during WW2, the Wallawwa is now a retreat for tired and weary travelers, serving as the perfect staging post for a trip around Sri Lanka. With its signature Z Spa, wonderful Verandah restaurant with its own organic gardens, oversized suites and resplendent gardens the boutique hotel has become a trusted favorite to discerning tourists and locals alike for its levels of service, food and laid back atmosphere.
TRI is a new breed of sustainable luxury hotel on Sri Lanka’s finest lake, where local culture and natural beauty are showcased in an inspiring jungle-like landscape. Delicious dining, yoga and Ayurveda treatments are some of the perks at this euphoria-inducing stay that is as kind to mind, body and soul as it is its environment.
Living Heritage Koslanda sits in an area called God’s Forest; spend five minutes amid its cinnamon-scented serenity and you’ll soon see why. Romantic, rustic rooms, a dazzling hilltop infinity pool and a brilliant chef keep things heavenly. Instead of visiting angels, elephants stomp by during the drier months.
Located close to Polhena Beach, Amaloh by Jetwing borders a reef sheltered cove facing the Indian Ocean. A luxurious getaway among Matara hotels, our resort is only two kilometers from the famed beachside town of Matara. Amaloh by Jetwing is a Dutch colonial-styled luxury boutique resort with twenty spacious rooms in a variety of categories.
In the hill country in the center of Sri Lanka, nestles ‘the city of light’, Nuwara Eliya. Amidst majestic mountains, lush gardens and the finest tea, Amaya Langdale, a stately century-old manor, takes you back to a simpler time, replete with comfort and serenity; a haven for those seeking the perfect luxury hotel in Nuwara Eliyae.
Jetwing Vil Uyana is situated among reed beds and paddy fields and over the first man-made lake since the era of Parakramabahu I. Situated in the shadow of the historic rock fortress of Sigiriya, is what Harper’s Bazaar calls the Best Eco Luxury Hotel in Sri Lanka. It was inspired by the habitat creation at the London Wetland Centre by the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust.
Set beside an 800-metre sweep of silky sand, Amanwella boutique hotel, near the seaside town of Tangalle, is a capsule of contemporary cool. Space, views and comfort all come in lavish abundance, and the beach and jungle-edged villages nearby offer plenty of reasons to slip off the sunbed and set out to explore.
Step back in time and experience the magic of a 19th century Sri Lankan Manor House. Built by one of the ruling elite in Ceylon, Aranwella Walauwa is a classic illustration of 19th century properties - a little gem in the Tangalle area. Drawing on influences from Dutch and British colonial architecture, Aranwella Walauwa’s restitution provides a glimpse into history. Seamlessly blending Sri Lankan heritage with contemporary design, the atmospheric five suite villa pays homage to its original features - a simple harmony of modern luxe with local charm and style.
It takes just seconds to be seduced by Tangalle boutique hotel The Last House. Designed by legendary Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa, this luxury seaside escape was his ultimate commission, and is a true representation of his work, where airy, antique-filled interiors spill into alfresco spaces as if no boundaries exist at all.
Offering the best of land and sea, of all the Trincomalee hotels this luxury Sri Lanka beach resort simply known as Jungle Beach has artfully incorporated existing trees and natural plant life into the hotel’s design, making you feel like you’re in a luxurious tree house.
Luxury resort Cape Weligama, on Sri Lanka’s southern coast, follows in sister hotel Ceylon Tea Trails’ footsteps as one of the island’s most wanted. Laid out village-style over an Indian Ocean headland, each butler-attended contemporary villa – designed by architect Lek Bunnag – sits within a flower-scented watta (garden), steps from a cooling pool. Bays and beaches are a short meander away, and the crescent-shaped, cliff-edge infinity pool has swoonsome panoramas.