JW Marriott Venice


Take a boat across the lagoon to explore the Venetian sights then retreat to the refreshing tranquillity of Isola delle Rose, occupied exclusively by our resort. Fill leisure time with our three pools, a spectacular spa looking out to the Venice skyline, lush gardens and olive groves, cycling and culinary classes. Dine on chilled rooftops or in designer sophistication with Chef Fabio Trabocchi. Reserve our JW Retreats and seclude yourself completely on our private island.



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Program Details:

  • Hotel to be confirmed
  • Luxury accommodation
  • Room upgrade where available
  • Return transfers from airport
  • Welcome drinks and canapes 
  • 3 Nutritious meals daily 
  • 1 Sports Massage daily 
  • Customised meal plan 
  • Personal training session 
  • Sunrise yoga 
  • 1 Hour SUP lesson
  • Daily mentoring session with Dolvett Quince – 1 hour
  • Daily supply of herbal teas and bottled water
  • Use of pool facilities
  • 20% discount on all spa treatments 
  • Professional photo content
  • Evening events – opportunity to socialise and network

About this Destination

Set on a private island in the Venetian lagoon, this palatial resort is a 13-minute ride via a boat shuttle from Piazza San Marco and a 9-minute boat shuttle ride from the Bridge of Sighs.

The Culture

No city is quite as instantly recognizable as Venice, with its mix of Italian Renaissance art and Byzantine-influenced architecture, another legacy of its past ties, in both commerce and war, with the East. Music also plays an important part in the character of Venice and the Venetians.

Language

Venetian is a Romance language spoken by about 2 million people mainly in Venice and the surrounding area, and also in Trieste, Croatia, Slovenia, Mexico and Brazil. The language is more closely related to French and Spanish than it is to Italian.

Currency

The currency used in Venice is the Euro.

Weather and Climate

The climate of Venice, the capital of the Veneto region, is moderately continental, similar to that of the Po Valley, with cold, moist winters and hot, muggy summers, but it's slightly tempered by the Adriatic Sea.