I checked into J.W. Marco Island for the week!

I checked into JW Marriott Marco Island in Florida — and I’m already having withdrawals.

If you haven’t already read my full review on J.W. Marriott Marco Island, which opened a brand-new adult section in 2018, you can read all about it here. Also, if you scroll all the way down, we filmed our entire experience!

Review: Paradise By Sirene Adults-Only Resort at JW Marriott Marco Island

 We did some serious sailing, swimming, beaching, and naturally, 24/7 vacationing now that we’re out of 40 degree weather. It’s one of those resorts where you don’t expect it to be so nice, but the Paradise By Sirene adults-only part of the resort really made all the difference and a HUGE impact on our experience. 

I’d say couples will love it here. It does feel exclusive, and can we talk about the fire dance?? Yeah, just be prepared. You’ll feel like you’re in Hawaii 🙂

JW Marriott Marco Island private beach section

This is just sort of a highlight of our favorite moments, but definitely make sure to consider this amazing resort if you’re heading to Florida, and you will definitely get the best rates here.

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Jimmy Im has traveled to 113 countries, stayed in over 600 hotels and has flown a million airmiles. He lives in New York City.

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