Inspired by the personality of Venice with an Oriental feel, the JW Marriott Venice Goco Spa is set in one of the out buildings in a secluded corner the Isola delle Rose.
The Spa is the largest in Venice with its 1,750 m² with a huge glass wall to the waterfront side of the building and a magnificent heated indoor swimming pool that extends outdoors, merging the outside and inside. The views across Venice from this Spa are both immense and serene. Around the pool you find perfectly groomed lawns with tempting cabanas to relax on, which again look out onto the glorious Venice lagoon. They form a of peaceful haven that you could spend hours meditating in or simply recharging. The Spa itself has eight cabins with a view of the lagoon and a marvellous suite. The structure is completed by a sauna, the Turkish bath with a wall of salt and a gym.
This is easily the most breathtaking and luxury Spa complex I have experienced, and it provided a level of relaxation you simply do not expect in Venice. The views, the building, the experience really are heavenly.
Read the full review of my wonderful stay at the JW Marriott Venice.
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