Brush Stroke


Brush Stroke

Sri Lanka has something for everyone and there are so many things to do in this incredible country, including some of the world’s best hotels. 

Brush Stroke

During my trip to Sri Lanka, we stayed in six hotels in 9 days, so we got to experience a variety of hotels to offer. We stayed in some colonial-style hotels, five-star luxury hotels, and even hippy beach-side apartments. 

Best hotel for exploring Sigiriya Rock

Jetwing Lake

The hotel is a little out of town, but it’s worth it, with an incredible layout, stunning bedrooms and a great selection of food in the restaurant.

Offering you a range of rooms and suites which provide an unparalleled view of the South Coast Ocean and sheer convenience in terms of locations and accessibility.

Best hotel for surfing in Galle

Fairway Sunset Hotel

Mahaweli Reach Hotel combines a sense of refined luxury with the old-world charm of an ancient kingdom.

Best hotel for exploring Kandy

Mahaweli Reach Hotel

Located high above the coastal plains of Sri Lanka, mountain clouds rest upon a blanket of tea plantations is the stunning hotel of Jetwing St Andrew.

Best hotel for heritage in Nuwara Eliya

Jetwing St Andrews 

The hotel is a romantic legacy left by the colonial Governor-General who used it as his residence, the exceptional service offered by its well-trained staff.

Best hotel for relaxation close to Colombo

Mount Lavinia Hotel

One of the most iconic Galle hotels, Jetwing Lighthouse is located on its immediate outskirts upon a hillock overlooking the vast Indian Ocean beyond our heritage city.

Best hotel for beachfront hotel

Jetwing Lighthouse Galle



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