Naples Grande Beach Resort
What We Love
- Three pools to fit your mood
- Views of the on-site pond—complete with turtles and alligators—from the pool
- The Japanese-style “spa village” with 12 treatment rooms and four pampering pavilions
What To Know
- The seven-mile long private beach is a short tram ride or beautiful 20-minute walk away
- Bungalows are roomy and private, but don’t have the ocean views of the tower rooms
- There is a fee for parking
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Spread over 23 waterfront acres, this 474-room property has something for everyone. There are three different pools to suit your style: the Mangrove Pool with a water slide and graduated entry for families, the Hibiscus Hideaway Pool for athletes seeking to swim laps, and the Palm Terrace Pool for quiet lounging. Meals are served at elegant Aura, which serves local specialties such as pan-seared grouper, or poolside through the Pool Bar and Grill. The beach is reached by a lovely walk through mangroves or a brief tram ride, and the Naples Grande Golf Club is a short drive away.
In the Area
The white sand beach isn’t the only attraction within walking distance of the property; Artis-Naples, a cultural campus that is home to both the 30,000 square foot, 15-gallery Baker Museum, and the Naples Philharmonic, is a pleasant stroll away. So, too, are the Waterside Shops, a swanky, open-air collection of designer boutiques. Those with kids can also spend the day exploring the Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens.
How to Get There
This is not a 4.5 star property, more like a 2 star. Service terrible and price-gauging left and right, especially from guys who determine each day what to charge you for umbrellas and cabanas, not to mention loud construction in the am!!!!!!
We stayed 3 nights at rhe Naples Grande. It is a nice hotel but very expensive during season for what it is. The hotel has a great location by the beach. The resort pool is nice but the poolside menu is all Mexican style and does not have a variery. The restaurant bu the beach is Greek and much nicer than poolside food. The restaurants at rhe hotel were very good. We spent over 2000.00 on 3 nights and some food. . It's a nice place but its not the JW Marriott. Stay during summer and pay 200.00 a night. It would be worth every penny for those rates.
We just planned a quick 5day last minute getaway. Very pleased with the Naples Grande hotel. Loved the location near a Clam Pass. The boardwalk to the beach is a great for walking out to the beach, but the free tram service is also very wonderful. The Rhodes End bar and grill at the end of the boardwalk on the beach is very convenient for food, drinks, bathrooms and beach service amenities.
A special shout out to Anton who set up our beach cabana and took great care of us. He’s working hard every day, and has such a pleasant attitude. He misses his home in Jamaica (and the food) so we wish him well when he gets to return to visit in September. He is a great representative of your resort.
We have been coming for 12 years straight, paying for highest floor at top price, request bay/ocean view, and always get mediocre room where you need to break neck to get semi ok view. Is a bribe required???
Throughly enjoyed the resort. Beach was very nice with umbrellas and lounge assistance ( for a reasonable cost). Everyone was friendly and attentive. Rooms are spacious The service and food was excellent.