Jetwing hotels have spread yet another, ‘one of a kind’ programme for those on the move during the month of love. Although most of the Jetwing Hotels are already booked to its maximum capacity during the Valentine weekend the doors are open for those seeking tailor-made moments to celebrate love in the unique environments at each Jetwing Hotel, situated around the island.
A love catalogue has been published named ‘Love Sensations by Jetwing’ to help in planning your Valentine’s'.
The catalogue includes main features such as ‘Love Bites’which is a suite of delectable specials courtsey of the executive chefs' at all the Jetwing Hotels during the whole month of February.
Another feature of the ‘Love Sensations’ catalogue is the ‘Love Swirls’ which is a selection of exclusive beverages. Each of the eleven properties in the Jetwing chain is zealously competing with each other by stocking up their choice of beverages for Valentine celebrations.
There is a collection of special events available for couples such as dining by the catamaran along the shores of Negombo, a date with the whales in the southern seas, wellness delights, and fine-dining and highland surprises. These events are outlined as ‘Love Extravagance’ by Jetwing tailor-made during the whole month of February.
Jetwing Hotels have also dolled out special ‘Love Vouchers’ which is another way of astounding your loved one by gifting world class hospitality.
Jetwing Hunas Falls, which boasts of "No honeymoon is complete without a stay at Jetwing Hunas Falls" is positioning itself as the "Love Hub" this month and is inviting all its previous guests to re-live the memory at a very attractive fifty percent discount along with amazing value additions.
‘Our commitment to provide legendary service and innovative ideas are what we believe will help those seeking to have a truly memorable Valentine’s Day this year’ said Trevor Reckerman, Head of Marketing at Jetwing Hotels.
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