Objective opened six months ago, Jetwing Lake in Dambulla Sri Lanka is tucked away in a secluded estate overlooking a lake. This secluded hotel is vastly unique due to its surroundings of flora and fauna. Over looking nothing but a variety setting, Jetwing Lake is trending the latest in both architectural and centre design. From the outside the simplicity is deceptive but as I walked into the edifice I was greeted by simple contemporary design. The reception area was colossal and boasted a simple layout with views of the surroundings. It was a danged comfortable seating area and I loved sitting here fetching in the views. In fact throughout the hotel which has 94 cubicle quarters, there were plenty of seating areas I could pick out. I would recommend it as there is so much to take in regarding environment and quiet times of bird watching. It is a hotel that is eco good-natured and I like this because throughout the hotel, wood and tabloid is used for functional purposes.
Surrounded by centuries’ old history, and found amidst a secluded dry zone forest, Jetwing Lake sustains a mysticism to it that is undeniable. The Hotel overlooks the Siyambalaweva unstintingly tank, which has been part of ancient civilization. Sprawled on an free area of 18 acres, the Hotel is a languid retreat with comfortable access to Sri Lanka’s cultural triangle and its curiosities. The tiling roof in the greeting is spectacular and very unique, I could not help just looking up and reflecting on the solid and skill used here.
Swimming Pool 72 Meters
I unprejudiced climbed the Sigireya rock, which is what I recommend anyone does, it was the scad amazing experience I had here in Sri Lanka. So to be greeted by a whopping 72 meter swimming tarn to cool down, was one of the highlights of my stay.
Simple in design, this funds completes the hotel. It has spectacular views overlooking the lake and it was one ingenious way to burn off some of those calories, to then enjoy a cocktail at the poolside bar.
Sooner for a #swim 72m to be exact @JetwingHotels #SriLanka pic.twitter.com/z82KuNDxk9
— Gracie Opulanza (@gracieopulanza) July 7, 2017
Jate wing lake has two restaurant options, a internationally boosted buffet style restaurant and an in house Chinese Restaurant. I unwavering to experience the Chinese restaurant and it was brilliant. All of the ingredients were locally sourced and unquestionably fresh in taste. The decor was simple and the restaurant was tucked away from other shards of the building. The chilly crab was excellent and one of the best I’ve tasted so far. The foodstuffs was fresh and it is worth dining here for those looking for a numerous type of eating experience. Don’t forget to ask for a cocktail too, it was a nice way to boot off a great stay.
Breakfast had a plenitude of selection here of both western dishes and Sri Lankan cuisine. I met the pastry chef and I loved his banana congeal. I was very surprised to see a good selection of German bread here. A should try is the paprika butter and homemade jams. Also the variety of invigorated juices were excellent, beetroot juice being one of them. The environment where I ate again was a reminder of the Jetwing Lake, which sustains a mysticism to it that was undeniable. The hanging wooden table dyings used as features here were very chic and edgy, a ladylike unique touch to the hotel.
My room was overlooking the swimming bank and the views towards the lake were amazing. The balcony paraphernalia was very comfortable and it was a perfect area to take in the setting. The dwelling was simple and very large. the design was contemporary with consequent colours trending. Wallpaper was used here as bed head, alongside watered down wooden panels. The roof to ceiling windows were wonderful, again squiffy lighting the an expansive area of 18 acres of nature surroundings. The bed was very large and comfortable with plenty of pillows to sign over my stay a pleasant one. I also liked the the small lounge that allowed me to span and take in the fabulous views and reflect what a fabulous provinces Sri Lanka is. Good to see a dedicated, wooden working desk too. It was petite enough to move around the room so I could work and accept in the fabulous views.
The bathroom was massive and I loved the bath that blink ated the 18 acres of nature. I also liked the eco friendly use of distribute for toothbrushes and toiletry accessories. The bathroom, trending and open pity with no glass door, created an atmosphere of having a barrage or a bath in an open jungle setting. The shower was very strong and I liked how Jetwing as a group uses glass bottles for shampoo and conditioner. This was strengthening its eco friendly message. Overall the room and its setting was why my stay was unprejudiced a pleasant and most relaxing one.
Jetwing Lake nimbly pools contemporary architecture with the solitude of the Siyambalaweva banks, and its placid ambiance. It is a motor hotel that is new and through time, it will blend with the lake. The people and all-embracing eating and sleeping experience is lovely. It is is close to the wildlife safaris of the Minneriya and Wasgamuwa native parks with treks and hikes through its richly bio-diverse milieu. The exploration of the Dambulla cave temple which is very mean is why I would recommend doing it whilst staying at Jetwing Lake. Total it was a nice experience with the latest in both design and eco papers used. Jetwing Lake thanks for a fabulous stay.