4.5
Very Good 1116 Reviews
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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

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Golf Course
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Old-World style with cutting edge technology and some of the country's best golf

The Lowdown

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

The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples
2600 Tiburon Dr
Naples, FL 34109 United States

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1116 Reviews
First Class
Reviewed 3 days ago

Amazing property great views of the Golf course our first trip here but it won’t be the last. The staff made us feel at home, friendly accommodating and always cheerful. Our waiter Floyd at the restaurant always started our morning off with his friendly Jamaican vibe. Love him!!! Chrissy catered to all our needs at the pool. She is a gem, always making sure we were well hydrated. Michael our Barman always completed our day. He is charming, friendly and always went above and beyond every time we encountered him. These staff members made our stay extra special. Thank you all for your first class service!!!!! You all made our stay a pure bliss

Fabulous dinner
Reviewed 4 days ago

We loved this place and plan on returning often. Very quiet and romantic ambiance and the food is wonderful. Their chef does an amazing job and is very creative. Ark is our favorite waiter in the restaurant!

25th Wedding Anniversary
Reviewed 7 days ago

My husband and I stayed two nights recently to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. We were treated like royalty from the moment we checked in. Everyone was so nice, helpful, and went above and beyond with everything. We had dinner at Mezzo, their on site restaurant. Mark, and his team gave us an incredible dining experience that we will never forget. We highly recommend staying at this resort and experiencing their restaurants and cocktail bars, including the pool area. Thank you to everyone who made our weekend very special💕

Wife attended a conference and I’d played golf
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The hotel was very nice and very expensive. No restaurant was open for an early Breakfast. Foods and drinks were over priced. The pools were nice and poolside service was good.
Golf was excellent and summer price was $99.

5 star, except for one exception
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

While this is a first rate property, on the Thursday evening after we checked in, there was no full service restaurant available. The only venue was the rather noisy cocktail lounge, which serves bar food. We opted for the patio, and the bar food was fine, but not the full-service menu that we had anticipated.

This issue must relate to the fact that the summer in Naples is off season. I'm sure there would have been additional venues during season, which were available even out of season, but only on the weekends.

Our experience was part of a group, and the food available as part of our group experience was outstanding.

With that said, my suggestion is, if you expect a full-service, 5-Star experience during the off season, be sure to visit on a weekend.