3 Reasons To Book The New JW Marriott Charlotte in North Carolina

Charlotte, North Carolina, has a number of inviting hotels, and now JW Marriott Charlotte will be adding to the luxury hotel scene.

JW Marriott Charlotte, part of Marriott International, and the first JW Marriott in the Carolinas, officially opened August 2021. The 23-story high-rise hotel with 381 rooms, including 34 custom suites, is located in the city’s dynamic Uptown neighborhood.

Here are 3 reasons to book the new JW Marriott Charlotte for your next trip.

Outstanding design

JW Marriott Charlotte

Inspired by Queen Charlotte, the city’s namesake, JW Marriott Charlotte draws inspiration from the memorable textiles of both her royal clothing and palaces, and blends them with Charlotte’s modern sensibility. Guests can expect ornate details, such as the flowing custom lobby chandelier inspired by the patterns of the queen’s royal clothing, which are set against grand-scale architecture.

One of the most defining features of JW Marriott Charlotte is its use of natural light to promote a minimal and relaxing environment while also showcasing regal craftsmanship, finishes and details throughout.

JW Marriott Charlotte

All guest rooms and most of the hotel’s 22,000 square feet of meeting space feature floor-to-ceiling windows, with city, stadium and vista views of greater Charlotte.

The 23-story building is a focal point of a new pedestrian-friendly public plaza and guests will have immediate access to diverse arts and culture, exciting sports and entertainment, convenient transportation, Bank of America Stadium and the renovated Charlotte Convention Center.

JW Marriott Charlotte is an urban retreat

JW Marriott Charlotte

Well-being was a priority for the hotel. Guests will find the hotel is relaxing to the senses, and there are aspects of the hotel that promote well being.

For instance, the Spa by JW® offers holistic wellness amenities including six private treatment suites, a couples’ treatment room and an Express Treatment pod for business travelers and others on-the-go. Guests also have access to fine, calming treatments including a Chill & Decompress Facial, Sweet Sugar Body Ritual, The Botanical Opulence Massage and Alluring Bay Manicures and Pedicures.

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Guests are also treated to a 24-hour fitness center and open-air rooftop swimming pool with private cabanas featuring personalized food and drink service. The rooftop pill has sweeping views of the surrounding Charlotte area, and it’s one of very few rooftop pools in the city.

Great culinary scene

JW Marriott Charlotte

Guests looking for a great meal will find plenty of delicious options on the property. JW Marriott Charlotte has 3 food and beverage outlets.

·  Dean’s Italian Steakhouse – A classic American steakhouse with Italian expression set in a modern, rustic open space. Dean’s features a show kitchen where guests can watch American Wagyu beef and other prime cuts – as well as authentic homemade pasta dishes – being prepared.  

·  Caroline’s Oyster Bar – A fanciful take on coastal seafood celebrating the neighborhood charm and fresh flavors of the North Carolina coast. The scene is set by a 360-degree centerpiece bar and 8-seat Carolina-style raw oyster bar. 

·  Aura Rooftop – Hidden atop the fifth-floor, this lush botanical paradise includes a bar and pool serving up magnetic vibes and a regal tone. When night falls, the building’s mirror-like exterior reflects the city back onto itself, creating a powerful aura, softened by lush greenery, similar to English gardens and conservatories. The menu features botanical craft cocktails, boutique wines and small bites.

JW Marriott Charlotte

The hotel is part of the Ally Charlotte Center, a pedestrian-friendly community developed by Crescent Communities with an intentional selection of indoor and outdoor dining, inviting open spaces and alluring urban gardens. The full city block includes 750,000 square feet of office space, 30,000 square feet of ground-level retail, a 12,000 square foot public plaza with live oak trees relocated from Johns Island, South Carolina, a space framed by 14 ginkgo trees, and a 1,400-space parking garage.

Click here to check out more info or to book JW Marriott Charlotte.

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