Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions Certified As The First Veggiehotels In Sri Lanka
Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions becomes the first hotel in Sri Lanka to be certified by VeggieHotels – the first vegetarian hotel association worldwide. Introducing a holistic Ayurvedic experience, Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions has incorporated a purely vegetarian and vegan menu in line with the treatments offered at the property.
Since 2011, VeggieHotels offers a platform that connects vegetarian and vegan guests and hosts worldwide. VeggieHotels have taken a pioneering role by reducing the carbon footprint of a vegetarian and also highlighting the significance of vegan diets attesting to the positive environmental impact of VeggieHotels. In addition, VeggieHotels fulfill daily the ethical aspects of tourism that practices harmlessness toward animals.
In its vision to create an experience that is holistic and all-encompassing in terms of wellness, Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilion has ensured that even dining at the resort is a nourishing experience through its vegan and vegetarian menu. In keeping to the healing and healthy policies of Ayurveda, the Herb and Spice restaurant specializes in nutritious cuisine allowing guests to choose from its nourishing vegan and vegetarian menu. Signature dishes by skilled chefs include the traditional Sri Lankan ‘hath maluwa’, an ancient recipe combining seven ingredients with strong medicinal properties that together, create a
delicacy that prevents and treats a range of physical ailments. The restaurant serves up a variety of special Ayurvedic meals and beverages, crafted to promote well-being, that have been prescribed by our physicians.
Designed in keeping with the aesthetics of a traditional Sri Lankan village, where open spaces allow for man to always be in close connection with the environment around him, guests at Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions will be able to feel the warmth of the sun and the cool breeze through the trees as they slip into the bliss that ayurvedic healing provides.
Ayurveda is a collection of ancient healing practices that is both a science and an art. These have been perfected across generations and now, trained doctors and professionals put these into practice within the peaceful environment at Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions. Guests have the option of being treated in their own private villa and garden, a haven of solitude where treatments will be administered. The 12 spacious King and Queen pavilions painted in earthy tones and furnished in luxury allow you to fully submerge in an exclusive ayurvedic experience. There’s also the 24 classic and standard rooms located in close proximity to the ayurvedic centre provide comforts for guests who receive their treatments at the Ayurveda centres (Ayurveda Niwasa and Veda Arana). Lock out the fatigue and stress of the world and retreat into the wonders of traditional Ayurveda in an oasis of ultimate tranquility – a healing idyll located in the bustling seaside town of Negombo.
With 15 years of experience in Ayurveda, the property seeks to blend the principles and elements of traditional ayurvedic treatments into the experience of the hotel, creating a place that nurtures deep relaxation promoting wellness of the body and spirit. The Ayurveda centres leave no guest unattended and will ensure that you receive an unparalleled range of treatments based on ancient Ayurvedic therapy. Through intricate assessment of individual body constitution by an Ayurveda doctor, the expert team is able to determine the treatment plan that is best suited to you. Apart from the recommended treatments this also allows guests to follow a healthy diet advised by the Ayurvedic doctor.
Renowned for its ayurvedic facilities the Ayurveda Niwasa and Veda Arana brings to you an extensive list of therapeutic treatments in its highest standards by the usage of authentic ayurvedic ingredients. Choose from a variety of intensive programmes that range from 3day to 30-day ayurvedic regimes for a holistic wellness experience. Whether curative treatments from yoga to music therapy, or preventive treatments being age-old hot oil treatments, herbal soaks and massages, Ayurveda doctors at Jetwing possess in-depth knowledge that is unparalleled in the industry. Other treatments also include weight reduction, stress relief and improvements in the digestive system all of which is evaluated over a period of time by ayurvedic specialists. For a complete recreational experience guests are able to dive into the pool reflecting earthy tones complementing the resort’s design amidst a herbal environment. Each guests’ treatment program would comprise of a two and a half hour Ayurveda treatment, yoga session, music therapy, water exercise, vegetarian/vegan meals and a cookery demonstration.
Promising a journey of perfect harmony with self coinciding with the surrounding, the ayurvedic specialists at Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions are dedicated to meet your every need. To undergo a holistic experience at Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions call on 011 4 709 400 or log on to our website on www.jetwinghotels.com.
Family owned and in the tourism industry for the past 44 years, Jetwing Hotels has surpassed expectation at every aspect. Building on their foundation of being passionate, as well as the experience of true, traditional Sri Lankan hospitality, constantly pioneering discoveries captures the essence of the brand. Such a strong statement and direction have enabled Jetwing Hotels to imagine, create and manage marvels and masterpieces, where distinctive design and elegant comfort complement each other and the environment. In line with the Jetwing Hotels Sustainable Strategy, across all properties sustainable and responsible practices are given precedence with resource efficiency, community upliftment and education, and awareness being some of our key focus areas.
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