JW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Resort & Spa Minett
We stayed at the JW for two nights in a one bedroom suite. We did it better this year and brought breakfast, lunch and eat dinner at the Italian restaurant. The hotel seemed busier this year and was teaming with kids. The JW does a great job appealing to the March break crowd. They converted a ball room to a games room with mini putt, basket ball, fosseball table. The indoor outdoor pool is always fun and love the hot tub. The girls, although teens now enjoyed playing games with us in the bar area. The construction was a bit disruptive, it made the bar very busy and less inviting to just sit and enjoy the environment. We went on a snow mobile dinner tour on the Saturday night. From 4-9. It was fantastic! I have never driven a skidoo before so I was a little timid but we had an absolute blast and our dinner at the Cross Roads restaurant in Rousseau was one of the best. I love the out door fire pit where you can roast marshmallows.
We once again had a fabulous week end.
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