To create a one-of-a-kind staycation experience, hospitality chain Marriott International is bringing signature iconic elements from JW Marriott Phuket and JW Marriott Nara to Mumbai and Delhi.
Guests arriving at JW Marriott Juhu in Mumbai will notice the hotel staff in attire inspired by JW Marriott Phuket. They will also discover signature welcome amenities surrounding turtles and elephants in the room, synonymous to JW Marriott Phuket.
They can also unwind at the hotel’s Monsoon Deck with a chef’s special menu inspired by Phuket. In addition, they can also participate in the evening ritual of lighting traditional floating lamps in the lotus pond. On weekends, guests can indulge in authentic Thai cuisine at Dashanzi. At the all-day dining restaurant – Lotus Cafe, guests will have the option to taste iconic dishes from the JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa and a Thai-themed Sunday Brunch on November 8.
Sharad Puri, general manager, JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu said, “We are excited to recreate the JW Marriott Phuket experience in Mumbai. Both the iconic hotels, JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu and JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa share several resemblances, the architecture and the beach being the significant ones. We look forward to welcoming guests to experience the cuisine and culture of JW Marriott Phuket through staycations and pop-up dinners in a month-long carnival.”
Similarly, JW Marriott New Delhi will bring authentic Japanese experiences from JW Marriott Nara including in-room amenities such as the deer mascot, origami classes, signature tea experiences and Japanese menus.
JW Cabanas will operate as Silk Road in JW Marriott Nara. Serving Kaiseki style of cuisine, styled on small plates, K3 – New Delhi’s Food Theatre will offer a special menu bringing ‘Azekura’ to Delhi. Signature tea and sake experiences will be hosted at JW Lounge and Timothy Oulton lounge.”