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Family friendly travelling in Naples

Most popular areas in Naples for family-friendly hotels

Naples – a small sun-washed southwestern Floridian city set beside the glimmering Gulf of Mexico – sings with family-friendly hotels. For immediate access to Naples’ sweeping public beach and buzzing shopping districts, stay in Old Naples, the city’s downtown center. North of here, the Tamiami Trail highway, surging into the quiet and friendly Park Shore and Naples Park neighborhoods, is dotted with quaint family-friendly boutique pads. For total travel convenience stay in one of the family-friendly hotels based beside Naples Municipal Airport.

Top family-friendly hotels in Naples

Hyatt Place Coconut Point, based in Bonita Springs north of Naples, offers large and airy guestrooms with free cribs. If you’re traveling with the teens, you can book adjoining/connecting rooms. The Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa offers ritzy family-friendly accommodation with a private beach, full-service spa, and on-site playground for tiny tots – including supervised childcare activities. For affordable family-friendly lodgings, check out Bonita Springs Hotel & Suites, and enjoy a 24-hour front desk, free breakfast, and free in-room cribs.

Where to find the best restaurants in Naples

Downtown Naples offers a range of family-friendly eateries, serving up such a wide array of cuisine that hungry families are sure to find something to agree on – choose from familiar chain restaurants, Italian bistros, and classic steakhouses with big kid’s menus. The route from Old Naples up to the suburban Pelican Bay and North Naples neighborhoods is dotted with traditional roadside Americana diners serving up shakes, burgers, and fries. And if you’re a seafood fanatic, the family-friendly nautical-themed eateries can be found in the Park Shore area.

The most popular things to do in Naples

Begin your sun-blushed day at the Naples Zoo at Caribbean Islands, a sprawling stretch of palm-blanketed green grounds, housing an array of wildlife exhibits, from alligator ponds and tiger forests to black bear retreats and hyena habitats. Afterwadrs, venture to North Naples, and discover the Sun-N-Fun Lagoon Waterpark, a vast complex of emerald-blue swimming pools, spiraling slides, and lazy rivers – while the kids go wild in the play area, you can catch some rays on a sun lounger. If you’re traveling with tiny tots, take them along to the Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples, where hands-on interactive exhibits take them through the worlds of art, nature, and science. For a tranquil afternoon, take to the beach – the uncrowded sands and roomy picnic gazebos of Lowdermilk are particularly suited to families.

Best ways to get around Naples

If you’re spending most of your time in downtown Naples, exploring the central streets and taking the kids to the main public beach, you’ll likely be able to manage on foot and rental bike alone – older kids will love cycling through the wide streets and beside the waterfront. To explore other areas of Naples, it’s easiest to rent your own car. The area’s network of public buses can come in handy, too.