JW Marriott Venice extends olive branch with complimentary upgrades for all England football fans!

Extending the olive branch post Euro 2020, JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa has announced complimentary upgrades for all England fans who book a stay by 15th August 2021.

Giving heartbroken England fans the chance to fall in love with Italy again, the new offer is valid on all bookings to stay at the property before the end of this year.  

England fans will feel right at home at the resort, where mixologists at the iconic ‘Rose Bar Lounge’ have created a special cocktail for England fans – the Southgate Spritz – a cheeky take on the ever-popular Aperol tipple.

JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa is an oasis away from Venice’s labyrinth of canals and bridges, with lush green spaces and wide open areas where guests can spend days exploring the finest wellness and dining experiences on offer at the resort. All of this just a stone’s throw away from the heart of Venice, making it just a short boat ride away to St Mark’s Square for those wanting to explore the city’s cultural attractions. Families will also be well looked after with a range of activities to enjoy, from the dedicated family pool to Venetian biscuit making at the Sapori Cooking Academy.

Photos of J.W. Marriott Venice Resort & Spa, Isola delle Rose / Venice, Italy. © Marriott Hotels / Marriott International.

JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa’s 266 rooms and suites are split into two separate accommodation experiences; the JW historic main building with its rooftop pool, and the JW Retreats – a cluster of residences set apart from the main hotel offering another level of seclusion with their own private gardens, with select properties including private pools. 

Located on its own private island, Isola delle Rose, the resort benefits from a mild microclimate that provides a uniquely verdant habitat in Venice – an idyllic retreat away from the crowds where guests can enjoy a true Venetian escape. Built in the 1920s as a sanatorium, the buildings of this resort are elegant seaside resort rather than classic Venetian. But the recent refurbishment, designed by Matteo Thun, has given them a breezy sharpness outside and a cool, contemporary, minimalist feel to reflect the lagoon’s spirit – water, tranquillity and peace.

Nightly rates at JW Marriott Venice start from €450 for a double room. In order to secure their upgrade, England fans must quote ‘Italy’s Olive Branch’ upon booking with the hotel directly. Upgrades subject to availability. For more information on JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa and to make bookings please visit www.jwmarriottvenice.com

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