JW Marriott Venice is set upon its own private island in the Venetian Lagoon, and its most luxurious suite, Villa Rose, offers exceptional privacy due to its surrounding gardens. The secluded villa was built in the Romanesque Revival style, with bright
contemporary interiors seen throughout three bedrooms, lounging and dining areas and a kitchen for cooking as a family (or being cooked for), plus a wooden deck and pool overlooking the gardens. You can easily explore Venice from here, but there’s plenty to do on the island too, from cycling around the parkland to making Venetian cuisine at Sapori Cooking Academy. Pets are welcome—be sure to meet the hotel’s puppy, Maximus.