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Cheap areas to stay in Naples

The sun-blushed city of Naples, based beside the brilliant-blue Gulf of Mexico in southwest Florida, sings with boutiques, golf courses, and cheap hotels. Old Naples – the central area – offers a selection of affordable hotels, surrounded by bars and seafood restaurants, and within a stone’s throw of the beach. For travel convenience, stay in one of the cheap hotels near Naples Municipal Airport. North of central Naples, the quieter Park Shore and Naples Park neighborhoods provide inexpensive accommodation with instant access to lush wildlife parks.

Cheap hotels in Naples

The Best Western Naples Inn & Suites offers inexpensive, no-frills accommodation of large ensuite rooms with free WiFi, alongside shimmering outdoor pools, a handy 24-hour front desk, and free breakfasts. The Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Naples Downtown is a modern, centrally located hotel offering affordable private rooms alongside a 24-hour business center and flashy fitness facilities. The Red Roof PLUS+ & Suites Naples, meanwhile, offers airport adjacent accommodation with a refreshing outdoor swimming pool, free parking, and cheap rooms with convenient kitchenettes.

Where to find cheap food in Naples

Naples celebrates a selection of traditional and cheap Americana diners, serving up filling diner dishes – from stacks of buttery pancakes to steaming plates of macaroni cheese. Naples’ many shopping centers are also a good place to find cheap cuisine – here, food halls serve up an array of inexpensive international eats, from pizza and pasta to Chinese food. Another top option for affordable food is to stock up on snacks and supplies from one of the central grocery stores and enjoy a sun-kissed picnic on the beach.

Cheap things to do in Naples

History buffs could spend hours exploring the Naples Depot Museum, a downtown museum gathering together marvels of Florida’s vehicular history – from timber dugout canoes and antique swamp-buggies to vintage Chevys and restored railcars. Nature lovers, meanwhile, can explore the free-to-enter Naples Preserve, a nature reserve where a boardwalk winds through scrub oak, pine, and swamp, and is home to deer, tortoises, and sleek bobcats. If you’re after a free space to soak up some honey-like Floridian sunshine, head to Naples Municipal Beach, a central stretch of public white-gold sand – the beach is so spacious it never feels overcrowded. After a dip in the dazzling-blue Gulf waters, take a stroll along the iconic Naples Pier, a long wooden boardwalk jutting out into the ocean, where you can cast a fishing line or watch the sun set.

Best ways to get around Naples

If you’re spending most of your time in Old Naples, beside the beachfront, you might find you’ll be able to get around on foot alone – it’s quite possible to walk between the beach, Naples Pier, and 5th and 3rd Street restaurant districts. Bike rentals are also popular, and there are plenty of budget rental facilities in central Naples – glide around the wide roads, palm-lined boulevards, and beachfront bike paths. There’s also a limited run of public bus routes, which wind throughout the center and into the suburbs.