This is fully featured Hotel in the Jaffna. Great benefits every time you stay. You can get lower price and best benefits such as green and fresh environment, swimming pool, restaurant, luxury rooms, entertainment facilities, hall for your special functions and meetings and customer friendly support trained staff.
Originally established as a guest house with only seven rooms in October 2009, we built a three story building adjoining the guest house later that year, with twenty one standard & luxury rooms with Green palace hall and tulip hall.
At present, another four story building under the construction containing twenty two Deluxe rooms, two suite rooms, a large auditorium, roof top bar and a gym. The construction will be finished by middle of this May, enabling the Hotel Green stand proudly as the largest hospitality providers in the Jaffna peninsula.
Cancellation / Prepayment
Children and extra beds
Accepted credit cards
- Air Conditioned
- Airport Transfer
- Bathtub or Shower
- Cable/Satellite Tv
- Doctor on Call
- Free Wi-Fi
- Swimming pool
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Jaffna (Tamil: யாழ்ப்பாணம் Yalpanam, Sinhala: යාපනය Yāpanaya) is the capital city of the Northern Province of Sri Lanka. It is the administrative headquarters of the Jaffna district located on a peninsula of the same name. With a population of 88,138, Jaffna is Sri Lanka’s 12th largest city. Jaffna is approximately six miles away from Kandarodai which served as a famous emporium in the Jaffna peninsula from classical antiquity. Jaffna’s suburb, Nallur served as the capital of the four centuries-long medieval Jaffna kingdom. Prior to the Sri Lankan civil war, it was Sri Lanka’s second most populated city after the commercial capital Colombo. Since the 1980s insurgent uprising, military occupation, extensive damage, expulsion and depopulation has happened. Since the end of civil war in 2009, refugees and internally displaced people are returning to their homes and government and private sector reconstruction has begun.
Sports and natureJaffna city was founded as a trading town by European merchants. Although a historic port used by the native Jaffna kingdom was already in existence when the Portuguese arrived, it was the European mercantile activity that made it prominent. In colonial times, production of clothes, items of gold and silver, processing of tobacco, rice and other related activities formed an important part of the economic activities. In modern times, the port was its principal source of revenue but it has declined drastically. Currently it survives as a fishing port. The city had a wide range of industries, including food processing, packaging, making of household items, and salt processing, but most ceased after 1995. Since then, most industrialists, entrepreneurs, and business people have relocated to the rest of Sri Lanka and abroad. After 2009, foreign governments within the EU, US, India, and investors from the south of the island and the Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora have shown an interest in making investments in Jaffna district in general and Jaffna city in particular.
Culture and historyExcavations that were conducted by Sir Paul E. Pieris during 1918 and 1919 at the ancient Jaffna capital of Kandarodai and Vallipuram, a coastal town six kilometres from Point Pedro, revealed coins called "puranas", and "kohl" sticks that dated back to 2000 BCE similar in style to the sticks used to paint pictures in Egypt, suggesting that the Northern part of Sri Lanka was a "flourishing" settlement even before the birth of Prince Vijaya, the legendary founder of the Sinhalese.