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Most popular areas in Naples for 4-star hotels

The palm-rich, beach-fringed city of Naples – based in southwest Florida, beside the aquamarine Gulf of Mexico – boasts an abundance of upscale boutiques, lush green golf courses, and stately 4-star hotels. Stay in Old Naples – the central area – for immediate access to the top shopping and dining districts, as well as the white-gold beach. For travel convenience, stay in a flashy 4-star hotel beside Naples Municipal Airport. The North Naples area, meanwhile, offers a tranquil atmosphere and a wealth of nature parks.

Top 4-star hotels in Naples

The Marco Beach Ocean Resort is a glitzy, modern beachfront hotel boasting airy rooms with sweeping ocean views, a handy 24-hour business center, shimmering outdoor pool, and pampering full-service spa. The Bellasera Resort is set slightly in from the beach and champions enormous ensuite rooms bathed in red-gold lighting, a 24-hour fitness center, and spa services. The Inn on Fifth champions sleek and stylish spacious rooms, chandelier-studded foyers, and yet another full-service spa.

Where to find the best restaurants in Naples

Old Naples celebrates a mix of high-end restaurants. Here, you’ll find classic stately steakhouses – serving up juicy, locally reared sirloin steaks – alongside upscale seafood restaurants dishing out regional delicacies, from buttery stone crab claws to coconut shrimp. Meanwhile, along Naples’ 5th Avenue, trendy culinary types will discover hip, modern cafés and bistros. Naples’ array of exclusive golf clubs are also a good place to go restaurant-hopping – here, you’ll find elegant European-inspired menus and more fresh, locally caught seafood.

The most popular things to do in Naples

Culture vultures will feel right at home in the Baker Museum – formerly known as the Naples Museum of Art. This palm-fronted futuristic building – covered by a sloping silver roof, specked with sharp gold steeples – houses vast collections of modern Mexican, American, and 3D artwork. Spend a sun-drenched afternoon ambling around the peaceful grounds of Naples Botanical Garden, a sprawling tropical paradise pocked by green ponds, flower blooms, and palm forests. Beach goers, meanwhile, can take a trip to the smooth stretching white sands of Lowdermilk Beach, just north of the city center. South of here, stop by Naples Pier, a timber boardwalk jutting far out into the glinting blue waters – there’s plenty of space here to cast a line and fish, or simply to watch the fiery-orange sun set over the Gulf.

Best ways to get around Naples

If you’re spending most of your time in Old Naples, you’ll find it’s fun to get around by rental bike – the wide roads and beachfront bike paths readily welcome cyclists. If you plan to explore the wider city and out into the surrounding nature parks and reserves, rent your own car. Taxicabs are in abundance across the city, too – these can be hailed on the street in central Naples or booked in advance. Some 4-star Naples hotels also offer a town/limo car service.