Hotels in Naples

Search for hotels in Naples

Best Naples hotels

Naples Hotels

Naples sits on the South Florida coast, with soft white sandy beaches and calm turquoise seas, and many A-listers and millionaires have spectacular second homes close to the shimmering shore. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the warm water, whether you swim, fish, scuba dive, or hire a boat and go out with a group. This upmarket town also has plenty to enjoy on dry land, whether it's shopping in exclusive boutiques, or enjoying a meal in one of the many swanky, chandelier-lit restaurants.

Things to see

Naples Pier stretches out over the clear blue seas, with hopeful anglers casting out their lines. You can also simply wander along the pier to watch the sun go down over the Gulf of Mexico, with dolphins, manatees, and rays swimming in the waters below. If you want to go out further, then renting a boat at Naples Marina is a great way to explore, with small fishing boats to deck boats that are great for a party on the water. The marina also offers paddle boards and kayaks, and has an exclusive selection of shops and restaurants overlooking the water. Sun N Fun Lagoon is the perfect place to cool off if the Florida sunshine gets too much, with thrilling flume rides, a long lazy river, and tumbling waterfalls that will delight people of all ages. Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens allows you to get up close to exotic creatures, from cheetahs to giraffes, and enjoy the surroundings of the botanical garden. Wander around this lush green park with its tall palm trees, and you'll enjoy fascinating shows with the knowledgeable keepers, or can take a guided cruise through the primate exhibit, seeing playful monkeys swinging through the trees.

Hotels in Naples

If you're planning a relaxing vacation, there's a great choice of luxury hotels in Naples, many of them close to the beach and offering outdoor pools, spas, health clubs, and a choice of restaurants and bars. You'll be able to spend the day under a beach cabana, playing a round of tennis, or taking a tour booked by the hotel's concierge. Many hotels offer supervised activities for children, or in-room childcare for a small fee, and offer family sized rooms for those traveling with young kids. Most hotels offer extras such as free WiFi, as well as valet parking, airport shuttles, and complimentary breakfasts to make your vacation easier.

Where to stay

Old Naples is the historic, Italian inspired area of Naples, with many 1930s homes and upmarket boutiques. Third Street South is a particularly popular shopping area, with palm tree lined streets and exclusive stores selling designer clothing, jewelry, and gifts. Fifth Avenue South is also a great place to shop, with white, villa style stores. There are art galleries, home stores, and stylish cafés where you can stop for a break. Once you're done shopping, you can enjoy the world class restaurants, with cuisine from around the world. Tin City has a laid back feel, with an eclectic selection of waterfront shops, and restaurants with terraces overlooking the water.

How to get to Naples

Naples Municipal Airport has regular services to Miami, Orlando, and other destination across Florida and Texas. It's just a 10 minute drive into downtown, with plenty of car rental desks, taxis, and shuttles available. There's also an express ferry service, with regular services between Fort Myers, Key West, and Marco Island which is just a short shuttle ride away from Naples. Southwest Florida International Airport is just under an hour away by road, and has a large number of arrivals from around the world, including major cities across the USA. From here you can pick up a rental car, or take one of the private coach services that will take you down the coast to Naples.

Location

Neighborhoods

Star Rating

Theme

Accommodation Types

Amenities

Chain

Quality