Naples, Florida is known for its beautiful white sand beaches, great fishing, and abundance of dolphins. Plan your next getaway at a hotel on the beach to enjoy the tropical charm of southwest Florida.
TravelMag’s hotel team has compared guest reviews, amenities, location, and price to determine three of the best spots to stay in Naples. Your best bet is to go during the spring, summer or fall—the winter months can see temperatures drop into the 50s. Naples’ popularity means that prices might be a little higher than other Florida destinations.
From $299/ night
Edgewater is a luxurious hotel perched on a quiet, white sand beach. Two oceanfront swimming pools give guests a freshwater swimming option once they’re done snorkeling in the Gulf, and a poolside bar is available for cocktails. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served at Coast, the hotel’s on-site restaurant with both indoor and outdoor seating. Other amenities include free Wi-Fi, a business center, a gym, water and towel service by the pool, and kitchens in every room. The concierge is happy to arrange fishing or sailing trips. Pet-friendly.
From $299/ night
This is a sprawling resort, located on 125 acres of oceanfront property. It boasts on-site tennis, a spa, a championship golf course, and a complimentary Kids Club where children can spend the day while adults hit the links. A beachside “pool complex” features two pools (one adults-only), two whirlpools, and the Poolside Bar. Other dining options include the lobby bar, a seafood restaurant called HB’s on the Gulf, and the Sunset Beach Bar, a restaurant overlooking the Gulf and featuring live music most nights. Other amenities include a fitness center, yoga classes, a salon, free Wi-Fi, and on-site parking.
From $349/ night
Relax in the lap of luxury at La Playa, where a private beach on the Gulf of Mexico is made even better by the hotel’s Beach Butler service (which is exactly what it sounds like). In addition to the beach, the resort also features four lagoon-style swimming pools, poolside cabanas, a private 18-hole golf course, a fitness center, and a spa. Dining options include the elegant Baleen restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or the Tiki Bar. Guests can also arrange dinner by firelight with the hotel’s “Beach Fire Pit” option, a romantic bonfire and Adirondack chair affair on the beach. All rooms come equipped with pillowtop mattresses and private balconies or patios.