Deluxe relaxation on the Isola delle Rose
in the new JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa
Venice is always worth a trip for me. A stay at the JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa, which was ranked among the 25 best new hotels in the world by the Conde Nast Traveler, is the crowning glory. Located on the private Isola delle Rose, it offers a fantastic 360-degree view of Venice and the lagoon. The hotel, designed by star architect Matteo Thun, elegantly combines city trips with wellness breaks: the spa has won several awards, Giancarlo Perbellini’s restaurant Dopolavoro has been decorated with a Michelin star. If you like it more down-to-earth, you can enjoy a chic picnic in the spacious gardens of the JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa: a ‘chic-nic’ including freshly pressed oil from olives grown and processed directly on the hotel island.
Of course, hotel guests also have a transfer to the magical lagoon city at their disposal: The hotel’s own boats take you to St. Mark’s Square every 20 minutes free of charge. This means that after extensive shopping tours through the designer boutiques of the city or varied cultural enjoyment in the numerous museums of the city, you can return to one of the most idyllic spots of the lagoon in 20 minutes. And with a glass of Italian Prosecco you can concentrate on the most essential: relaxing on the terrace of the JW Marriott Venice Resorts & Spas, obviously with a view of the Serenissima.