GOCO Spa Venice reopened for the new season


Our award-winning GOCO Spa Venice re-opened for the new spring season 2017 on 15th March, led by new spa director Chiara Campo.

Chiara is a seasoned spa professional with in-depth training and education in the spa industry, having completed an Advanced Spa Management course as well as Holistic Spa Consultancy and Management programmes. She brings with her over 9 years of professional spa experience from across Europe and, in particular, Italy, having worked for renowned properties and brands such as Kempinski Hotel, Giardino di Costanza, Bvlgari London and, most recently, Lake Comos’ prestigious Grand Hotel Tremezzo. We are delighted to have Chiara on board at GOCO Spa Venice, and believe she will be a great asset in our quest to continuously enhance the guest experience.

GOCO Spa Venice, which is nestled in the peaceful private gardens of the JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa, is the most comprehensive spa in Venice. GOCO Spa offers a menu which draws on traditional healing traditions from around the world, with a strong focus on organic treatments, proven beauty practices and invigorating heat and water experiences. The facilities include eight treatment rooms with spectacular views of Piazza San Marco, a luxury spa suite, a gym, saunas, an indulgent indoor and outdoor vitality pool and a private Hammam with scrub room.

Located on its own private island, Isola delle Rose, just a short private boat ride away from picturesque Venice, the JW Marriott Venice & Spa will be open from March until November.

Read more on GOCO Spa Venice or book your treatment here.

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