The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples
What We Love
- Heated outdoor pool and sun deck
- Tech buffs can bliss out out with the latest virtual reality games at the virtual user experience (vue) center
- Two 36-hole Greg-Norman-designed championship golf courses
What To Know
- There’s a small spa on site; guest can also take the free shuttle to the larger spa at the Ritz Carlton Naples on the beach
- Pets are welcome, but there’s a $150 pet fee
- Valet parking costs $25, self-parking costs $12
- Golf Course
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
The crown jewel of this 295-room resort is the Tiburon Golf Course, a scenic expanse made up of two Greg-Norman designed championship golf courses. But you’ll find plenty to do even if golf isn’t your bag. There’s the heated outdoor pool, surrounded by lounge chairs that offer beautiful views of the Mediterranean revival building and stately grounds. If the weather’s bad, guests head inside to (vue), the “virtual user experience” center for electronic games and virtual adventures. And when they get hungry, there’s a lobby coffee bar and three restaurants to choose from, ranging from elegant Lemonia to the chilled-out Poolside Grill.
In the Area
Looking to put your toes in the sand? A free shuttle ferries guests to the resort’s sister property, the Ritz Carlton Naples, on three-mile-long Vanderbilt Beach. Naples’ other strong suit? Its bustling café life in the boutiques and restaurants that line Fifth Avenue South (locals love Tulia Osteria and Third Street South, where the galleries are another major draw. And those traveling with kids never miss a chance to hit the Naples Zoo at Caribbean gardens.
How to Get There
My wife and I took a well deserved getaway weekend trip to Naples, and of course, decided to stay at the Ritz Carlton Golf Resort. The suite and the service were sublime, thank you for the welcome amenity. special thanks to the incredible staff, Andrew, Sabrina, Shannon and Cielo in the breakfast room.
Dulce at the Front Desk and Felicia from the Guest Relations Dept.
Special thanks to Veronique, our room was impeccable everytime, and enjoyed the coffee with extra cream.
The hotel was pretty nice and the pool amazing, the clay tennis courts (illuminated) were pretty good taking care of and I really enjoyed playing tennis there; but the staff mmmm sorry but didn’t really make me feel better than other full-size Marriott properties; the FD might have been “busy” in the back because they had to call the agents to come out and help few guests and me that we were standing waiting for someone to show up; the concierge lady was lost (not knowledgeable ) about “activities in the hotel”; everyone at the lobby “pretend” or “were” really busy that I didn’t feel the “better treatment” that you supposed to get in a Ritz Carlton.
Kudos for Tracy at the FD, she really went above and beyond with my requests and after my observation about not being treated “equal” to other guests, Greg took care of me.
Hopefully next time I have a better experience.
We came here to avoid the hurricane, and needed a place to bring our dog. The staff and the property were nothing short of spectacular. We extended our stay because of all the amenities and the wonderful service. The restaurants are top notch as well