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This is still one of the best places to see a sunset in Naples. The outside beach bar has great bites to eat and lively cocktails to sip while enjoying the sunset any evening of the week. First come- first serve for seating.
This place is lovely. We have been to other hotels in Naples in the past but the price for the Naples beach hotel was excellent through travel republic so we chose this hotel. Also it has a lovely golf course which my son and I...More
We stayed in the Watkins Building. The room was clean and the staff friendly enough. We did have to ask for soap, as there was only one very small bar. The location is great, right on the beach, and not far from Fifth Ave (short...More
The hotel is a wee bit tired but the management have plans to update. What is more important is the location on one of the prettiest white beaches in the state (10miles long)and some of the best staff. Jason the GM leads from the front...More
The bartenders have bad attitudes and don't seem happy to work there which then translates to horrible drinks. We had 3 mojitos that were absolutely tasteless and the soda was flat. We live here full time and like to stop in for the occasional sunset,...More
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We stayed at the beautiful Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club in October 2017 for 15 glorious nights a mere six weeks after Irma. While there was a small amount of minor building reconstruction going on, the resort was in... More
We stayed at the beautiful Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club in October 2017 for 15 glorious nights a mere six weeks after Irma. While there was a small amount of minor building reconstruction going on, the resort was in immaculate condition and this did not impact on our stay. The beach was as beautiful as ever and Naples old town was spotless and open for business as usual. By now, I would think all building works (and it was minimal only) would be finished. Enjoy!