Resembling the Colonial Era, the Fits Pavilion is located along the A9 road in the Northern City of Jaffna, Sri Lanka. With air-conditioned guestrooms, the entire bungalow offers a comfortable ambience with hues that depict the traditional local culture. Guests can enjoy local delicacies prepared by an in-house chef while spend the evenings enjoying the colourful life of the locals roaming the streets and experiencing the culture of the Northern Province.
Fits Pavilion was formerly known as Expo Pavilion.
Fits Pavilion Location
Ideally located in the city of Jaffna the Fits Pavilion is conveniently found along the famous A9 road. The distance from Colombo to Jaffna is approximately 396 km while there are comfortable intercity buses running from Colombo on a regular basis. The drive takes about 10 - 12 hours. There are charter flights available to Jaffna through private companies.
Fits Pavilion Accommodation
The Fits Pavilion is a well maintained Colonial Bungalow that offers guests 7 air-conditioned guestrooms with attached bathrooms. Four guestrooms are found in the main house while the remaining 3 are found in the adjoining building. For complete privacy these 3 rooms are ideal since they consist of private verandas / balconies that overlook the A9 road. All rooms are tastefully adorned with rustic interiors while you can be assured of a comfortable stay.
Fits Pavilion Facilities
With soothing soft lighting and vibrant coloured fabrics adorning the interiors, the Fits Pavilion is an ideal holiday destination. The lounge area and the restaurant consist of Oakwood colour stained furniture while the walls are adorned with beautiful and abstract oil paintings. The entire colonial building is decorated with beautiful pieces of brass and copper antiques that compliment the ambience of the hotel. The Fits Pavilion boasts of an in house restaurant where the chef prepares local and western cuisine. Other facilities include complimentary Wi-Fi facilities while the drive way to the Pavilion is a beautiful sight.
Fits Pavilion Excursions
After the end of the civil war which lasted for almost three decades, there have been many tourists, local and foreign, visiting Jaffna on a regular basis. There are still signs of the gruesome war which are now famous landmarks attracting many visitors. The Dutch Fort and many homes of the era including churches are still visible in the Jaffna Peninsula while notable buildings include the clock tower and the Public Library. The Nallur Kandaswamy Temple is a much visited venue by many religious pilgrims. The streets offer a vibrant atmosphere while there are many street food joints that you can enjoy the famous Jaffna cuisine.