Tranquility & luxury living at the Three by Jetwing

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In keeping with its reputation as Sri Lanka’s premier hospitality brand, Jetwing announced the latest addition to its unique villa collection – The Three by TPV, located in Ahangama. This extremely luxurious and elegantly designed villa will be known as ‘The Three by Jetwing’, and feature the high standards of hospitality expected from the company.

The vision of partners Thomas, Patrik and Vadim, The Three was the result of extensive travelling all around the world and the careful study of what makes the perfect atmosphere for rest and relaxation. With the intention of creating a place that combined luxury, design, and a genuinely heavenly feeling of peace, The Three came into being.

Offering all guests a piece of tranquility and luxury living, The Three by Jetwing features nine suites gracefully decorated in white; with outdoor bathrooms overlooking a lush private garden. Located atop a hill, The Three by Jetwing also boasts an unbeatable view over the Indian Ocean from within the 60ft infinity pool.

‘To us, Sri Lanka is a lovely place to live and by creating The Three, we wanted to combine Asian design, Scandinavian thinking, and Western standards into one experience of perfect harmony. Having such a prominent brand as Jetwing taking over management of the property is in our eyes a step forward in the right direction’ said Thomas, Patrik and Vadim in a joint statement.

For more details about The Three by Jetwing contact 0112345700.

Family owned and in the tourism industry for the past 40 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. Considered a priority, sustainable and responsible practice is implemented through the award winning Jetwing Eternal Earth Programme; with energy efficiency, community upliftment, and education of preserving earth to children being a few aspects of the Programme.

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