Good & Well: How to Live by the JW Wellness Philosophy

The core tenets of JW Marriott’s commitment to well-being — mindfulness and nourishment — can follow guests out into the world after a stay.

Nourish the mind, body & soul with the JW Wellness philosophy

In this hectic world, the act of being in the now can present a challenge in and of itself. The stresses and pressures of everyday life can take a toll on our health and well-being if we allow them to, and now more than ever, the ability to practice mindfulness is a foundational part of nourishing the body and soul. For those in need of a reset, the JW wellness philosophy offers an open invitation.

From guided meditation sessions to mindful spaces designed to inspire focus and revitalize each guest, JW Marriott hotels create an environment filled with experiences that not only impact the mind, body and spirit, but also the world around us. Whether by meandering through a beautiful hotel garden or indulging in a spa treatment and leaving with a lavish home fragrance to recall the experience long afterward, each guest is invited to tailor their stay to fit their needs and bring those wellness principles out into the world with them, nourishing them well after their stay has ended (or before it’s even begun).

In Good Health

Keeping the health and tranquility of each guest in mind, every JW Marriott experience is inspired by elements of the local atmosphere, rooting each hotel in a strong sense of place and often engaging in a symbiotic relationship with its surroundings.

JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa offers a thoughtful example of the ways in which we can be present in the moment and draw solutions from nature to address our day-to-day needs. Moisture certainly isn’t in short supply in Phuket, but clean drinking water is. So, the resort and spa came up with a first-of-its-kind solution that extracts water from the unlimited humidity in the air, then filters the water and renders it perfectly healthy to drink.

JW Marriott Olive Grove

For those who wish to connect with the land they’re visiting in a meaningful way, JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa invites guests to harvest fresh olives by hand from its onsite olive grove, or to simply relax amid the picturesque Venetian setting to watch a time-honored tradition unfold.

PHOTO: JW Marriott Venice Resort and Spa Olive Grove.

These examples illustrate the ways in which JW Marriott turns ingenuity into inspiration for guests, nurturing their well-being along the way.

Body and Spirit

Whether by tasting local olives fresh from the tree or enjoying a dish made with sustainably sourced vegetables grown on property, a thoughtful approach to nutrition and movement is a key component of the JW commitment to wellness; even in-room dining experiences offer an array of healthy options with a focus on holistic well-being. Beautifully appointed, nature-inspired fitness centers and creative partnerships with the likes of The Joffrey Ballet open pathways for guests to explore daily movement and mindfulness in new ways, from barre practice to breathing rituals and guided meditations.

Yoga classes at the JW Marriott

Each JW Marriott property team is pleased to create mindful programs and gracious offerings for social occasions, business meetings, and family experiences, all planned with intentional togetherness and in-the-moment perspectives kept top of mind.

PHOTO: Yoga Class at JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes

From weddings and reunions to professional gatherings of every kind, attention to detail can make a world of difference in what each guest takes away from the experience, and the JW wellness philosophy has a way of weaving itself into even the smallest of details, offering a level of consideration rarely found in today’s fast-paced world.

Inspired by the principles of mindfulness, JW Marriott is a haven designed to let you focus on feeling whole – present in mind, nourished in body, and revitalized in spirit. Book your next stay today, or treat yourself to soothing sensory products curated by JW with your well-being in mind.

Back to Top