Your Family Retreat at Jetwing
With the season for crystal clear blue waters upon us enter into absolute escapism with family at Jetwing properties down south. Offering the ultimate family getaway experience is Calamansi Cove by Jetwing in Ahungalla and Amaloh by Jetwing in Matara.
Ahungalla sits between Kosgoda, famous for turtle conservation and Ambalangoda known for the unique devil masks and dancers. If its beach therapy that you are seeking for Ahungalla homes a wide secluded sanded beach stretch making it ideal for past time. Located in Balapitiya, which is in Ahungalla, Calamansi Cove by Jetwing homes 12 private residences designed to allow guests to fully submerge in absolute bliss and total relaxation. Facing one of the finest and exceptionally clean private beaches, the property is also surrounded by greens extending a tropical vibe making the guests feel they’re entering into a world of sun and fun. The private residences also have its own extended garden and rooftop deck making it the ideal spot to view the magnificent luminous sunset.
The pool and volleyball court in the premises add to the leisure activities for children to engage in. There’s much to see in and around Ahungalla with the Madu river boat ride taking you to the many islands including Cinnamon Island and indulge in a fish massage on the way, and visit the many turtle conservation sites in the area; you will be able to release some baby turtles into the sea. From religious excursions to island hopping and the many beach activities, Ahungalla has much to offer to every individual.
Further down south is the Polhena beach, with its shallow turquoise waters this beach is ideal for a soothing sea swim or snorkeling. Kayaking is a wonderfully interesting activity to experience at Amaloh by Jetwing in Matara taking you from the property to the mysterious islands nearby. A beach front property, Amaloh by Jetwing is a spirited getaway for families housing 20 luxurious rooms. Pleasing to the eye, the property boasts of a vibrant setting with antique Dutch furniture and colourful linen to match the island life. While the children have the option of either getting into the warm waters of the sea or cooling waters of pool, you can pamper yourself to a spa treatment on request at the hotel or whine down at the rooftop bar.
If you are in for adventure, Mirissa is deemed the best spot for whale and dolphin watching from November to April, and is home to the best beach in Matara, which is not too far away from the hotel. Guests can find themselves enjoying the many water or land based activities ranging from kayaking, jet ski, snorkeling to volleyball, rugby, football, badminton, cricket or even simple board games all of which can be arranged at the hotel. Since Matara is a passing town to all key arts and culture destinations, nature trails or religious excursions it sure is an all in one traveler destination.
Get 25% discounts on room rates on the basis booked at both properties or take an extended break by enjoying the ‘stay 3 pay for 2’ offer at Calamansi Cove by Jetwing or Combo Offer at Amaloh by Jetwing. Get 30% off on HSBC Signature credit card at Amaloh by Jetwing and 15% off at Amaloh by Jetwing and Calamansi Cove by Jetwing on NTB Amex cards.
For more information on the hotels or reservations please call on 011 4 709 400 or you can visit our website on www.jetwinghotels.com/
Family owned and in the tourism industry for the past 43 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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- Total hot water and steam requirement for the laundry is generated sustainably through a biomass boiler which is fed cinnamon wood (one of four sustainable fuel wood species and an otherwise discarded by-product of the cinnamon spice industry.