Jetwing Vil Uyana in Sri Lanka focuses on eco-luxury. Guests can choose to stay in one of five tranquil habitats: garden, marsh, paddy, water and forest, with a total of 36 dwellings designed with local materials, which include woven reeds
The natural and cultural surroundings have inspired four unique dining experiences. With the iconic rock
fortress of Sigiriya in the distance, Apsara restaurant offers fine dining overlooking a tranquil lake, with set menus offering world cuisines to suit different tastes. Sulang is a more casual cafe, and ideal to enjoy light refreshments amid the cool breeze. The Grafitti Bar allows guests to unwind — a tropical cocktail is the perfect way to end a day of exploring the Cultural Triangle. The seven distinct Signature Dining experiences, including the spa and treehouse, provide a more personalised atmosphere.
In its wonderfully idyllic setting, the Island Spa offers a range of spa treatments to rejuvenate mind, body and soul, as well as a swimming pool and an ultra-modern gym equipped to promote wellness and overall harmony.
On top of all that, the 28 acres of man-made wetlands are home to a fantastic variety of birds, mammals and plants. The hotel’s distinctive habitats paved the way for the protection of endangered species, and have even acted as a base for research.
Jetwing Vil Uyana is the home of true Sri Lankan hospitality; and with the magnificent rock fortress in view, this truly is a space fit for royal living.