Jetwing Beach is a landmark property of Jetwing Hotels. Designed by the internationally renowned Sri Lankan architect, Geoffrey Bawa, the hotel is a wonderful example of Sri Lankan design amidst a tropical paradise. The hotel lies nestled among the palm trees, along a beautiful sun- kissed beach in the coastal town of Negombo.
It is a mere 12km (20 minutes drive) from the Bandaranaike International Airport, while Colombo is just a 43km drive away. The hotel is set in 2.5 acres of land.
The hotel transports you to an ultramarine world of colourful interiors, where each of the rooms open out to a large private balcony or the terrace which looks out on to the Indian Ocean. Star class comfort and plush living is what you can expect when you stay with us.
Exceeding the expectations of a Sri Lanka beach hotel, the 75 Deluxe Rooms at Jetwing Beach have been designed to immerse you in absolute seaside luxury with a private balcony or terrace that extends into the beautiful coastal landscape that we call home. The furnished earthen tones of every room embody an elegant aesthetic that is naturally welcoming. And as added pleasures of our legendary hospitality, each Deluxe Room also features a plush bathroom with a rain shower enclosure, among a host of various other modern essentials such as free Wi-Fi, a mini bar, and a satellite TV with a DVD library on request.
Room features include:
Central air-conditioning with individual temperature controls
Electric power - 220V to 240V
Telephone with IDD facility, telephone in bathroom
Bathroom with a Jacuzzi and separate rain shower enclosure, with hot and cold water
All rooms with a private terrace or balcony with a clear view of the Indian Ocean
TV with international and local channels
DVD / CD player
Tea / coffee making facility
Hair dryer, magnifying shaving mirror, bathrobe and slippers, shoehorn, umbrella, torch and shopping bag
Iron and ironing board
Restaurants & Bar
The Sands Restaurant
Black Coral (fine dining)
Terrace for Al Fresco dining under the stars • Sundown cocktails daily
Under the stars dining