Enveloped in a harmonious and elegant design reminding the '20s, The JW - the main building of the resort - features 4 storeys and offers a magnificent view of the Venice skyline, the lagoon and every green corner of the resort.
The resort of the Isola delle Rose, the first JW Marriott in Italy, is the product of the conversion of a naturalistic and architectural heritage unique in Venice where you and your loved ones can privately enjoy on your very special day for as long as you may wish for a memorable experience.
In the exclusive setting of a private island with an area of 16 hectares, or 40 acres, the five accommodation facilities, the Spa, the fine Romanesque Revival church and the Dopolavoro restaurant infuse new energy into a collection of buildings from the 1920s and 1930s, renovated in a contemporary and environmentally sustainable manner by Matteo Thun, an internationally renowned architect and designer, three-time winner of the Compasso d’Oro award.
Whether your taste is simple or utterly sophisticated, Isola delle Rose is the perfect backdrop for your special day.
Reaffirm your love for each other surrounded by the enchanting serenity of the beautiful island with the extraordinary services Isola delle Rose can offer from bridal beauty services to entertainment solutions , personalised gift ideas to creative décor and floral arrangements.
Everywhere, Venetian materials and airy colours that hold a dialogue with the reflections of the lagoon and create a sophisticated and very natural sensation of continuity between inside and outside, between absolute discretion and breath-taking beauty.
In fact a fresh and salutary breeze blows on the Isola delle Rose, already Mediterranean as a result of the play of marine currents, which has stimulated the growth of plants rare in Venice, such as the olive, and suggested the setting up of a clinic for respiratory diseases at the beginning of the 20th century.
Heritage, sustainability, and character are Isola delle Rose’s key elements. The design across the resort is the work of renowned Italian architect Matteo Thun and his partner Luca Colombo, who have focussed on integrating contemporary elements within rather than replacing the existing 19 buildings to showcase their unique history and personality.