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Most popular areas in Naples for 5-star hotels

The sun-struck Floridian city of Naples, based beside the curving, shimmering-blue Gulf of Mexico, is a luxury holiday maker’s paradise, brimming with golf courses and upscale shopping. For ritzy accommodation to match, stay in the relaxed and affluent North Naples suburb. In the inland region of this neighborhood, you’ll enjoy sweeping green golf courses and palm-studded gardens. The western end of North Naples, meanwhile, borders an expansive stretch of white-gold beachfront, framed by nature parks.

Top 5-star hotels in Naples/h3>The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort Naples is the definition of luxury accommodation. This enormous hotel boasts vast, airy guestrooms – with immaculate ensuite bathrooms – overlooking lush palm groves and the hotel’s sweeping private golf course. There’s a shimmering deep blue outdoor swimming pool onsite, alongside multiple tennis courts, spa services, and a fine dining restaurant. Naples’ other Ritz-Carlton is a beachside palace, providing wide, gracefully decorated guestrooms with ocean views, several outdoor tennis courts, a choice of in-house upscale restaurants, and a pampering full-service spa.

Where to find the best restaurants in Naples

For truly high-end Naples fine dining, eat in the city’s luxury hotel in-house restaurants. The 5-star Naples hotels – scattered everywhere from downtown Old Naples up to the affluent North Naples area – offer restaurants serving European haute-cuisine and locally sourced seafood dishes. If you’re after classically classy steak and seafood, dine in the exclusive and elegant steakhouses in downtown Naples’ 3rd and 5th Streets. These areas also offer rustic-chic European restaurants, with a strong focus on authentic Italian cooking.

The most popular things to do in Naples

Begin your Naples morning by strolling around the Eden-esque tropical grounds of Naples Botanical Garden, with its shimmering palm-fringed infinity pools and orchid patches. True nature lovers, meanwhile, can venture out into the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, where a raised timber boardwalk snakes over wild swampland. Here you’ll find swishing cypress and pine, and full of rare wildlife, from tricolored herons to dozy alligators. Back in Old Naples, serious shoppers can explore 3rd Street South, a trendy hub of upscale fashion boutiques, cool café-bistros, and fine restaurants. Of course, no Naples day is complete without stopping by its stretching white-gold beachfront – Downtown’s wide public beach is crowned by the old-fashioned wooden Naples Pier, while the northern Lowdermilk beach boasts a peaceful atmosphere and crystal-clear waters.

Best ways to get around Naples

Naples’ wide boulevards, oceanfront roadways, and wild nature reserves are best explored and traveled to by car. You can rent your own spacious sedan at the airport, or from one of the trusted inner-city rental companies. Alternatively, make use of Naples’ cab companies and cruise the streets via taxicab. For an upscale means of Naples transport, utilize your luxury hotel’s VIP town car/limo services. If you’re spending all your time in Old Naples though, you can get pretty far on foot alone.