At a time when international vacations seem like a distant dream, JW Marriott Hotel New Delhi Aerocity has found an exclusive way to bring flavours of the overseas into its luxurious spaces with their all-new ‘staycay’. This November, you can enjoy Japan’s many wonders and iconic elements, all within the hotel’s premises. Read on to know more. By Bayar Jain
With overseas travelling taking a back seat, for now, JW Marriott Hotel New Delhi Aerocity comes charging in like a knight in shining armour. Throughout November, the hotel is bringing the joys of Japan—along with the complete JW Marriott Nara experience—to the national capital.
Starting with a traditional Japanese welcome, each experience here is crafted to rekindle your wanderlust vibe. Think origami classes, morning zen meditation, tea rituals, visual aesthetics, JW Mindful check-in with sensory fragrances, and Japanese-style music echoing throughout the lobby. In fact, Nara’s signature deer also features into the mix in the form of a mascot.
This immersive experience extends to the hotel’s culinary offerings as well. The menus at the JW Cabanas, for instance, will reflect the symbolism of the Silk Road weaving the character and culture of Asia, Persia, the Arabian Peninsula, East Africa, and Southern Europe—each using local and international techniques. On the other hand, Kaiseki cuisine—styled on small plates—from the hotel’s counterpart in Nara await at K3–New Delhi’s Food Theatre. Moreover, the signature tea and sake experience will be recreated at JW Lounge & Timothy Oulton Lounge.
Speaking about the same, Nitesh Gandhi, General Manager, JW Marriott New Delhi, says, “This experience is our outlook on bringing holidays and vacations back when we cannot travel to places afar. We have our continued focus on safety and hygiene under ‘Commitment to Clean’ with our elevated solutions to make the hotel a safe sanctuary for you to fulfil your travel plans in this unprecedented time.”
Currently, this unique experiential campaign will feature across 13 hotels with destinations such as Bali, Bangkok, Seoul, Paris, and New York being recreated. In India, JW Marriott Juhu, too, is bringing the cuisine and culture of Phuket to its spaces.
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