Several hotels and resorts in Naples, FL completed or are about to finish renovations big and small over the past year as a result of the hurricane season in 2017. LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort, The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club and Naples Grande Beach Resort have wrapped up renovations. Soon to join them are The Ritz-Carlton, Naples and the JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort, both with plans to reopen in the fall.
LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort finished a $30 million property-wide renovation. The remodeling, along with additions to its wellness program, come after another large renovation that finished in 2017. This added new guestrooms in the Gulf Tower, an updated lobby and a new design for its restaurant BALEEN. To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the hotel is offering two 50 & Fabulous packages; these include a room for two, breakfast for two each morning, one spa treatment for two at SpaTerre and more (depending on the package).
As part of its larger $50 million property-wide renovations, The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club finished a $9 million redesign of its golf course. The redesign was done with input from golf icon and acclaimed course designer Jack Nicklaus in collaboration with noted course architect John Sanford. The resort also has a world-class spa and an award-winning tennis center.
Naples Grande Beach Resort completed its multimillion-dollar improvements in December 2017. The work involved changes to its guestrooms, public areas, pool and landscaping. Updated public spaces included the resort’s signature restaurant, The Catch of the Pelican, The Spa at Naples Grande and the meetings spaces.
Still closed to guests, The Ritz-Carlton, Naples will reopen September 3. The renovations include a restoration of the outside façade and improvements to its spa, food offerings, boardwalks and ballroom.
A little under an hour away from Naples, the JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort will wrap up its $320 million renovations — also scheduled for this fall. New culinary options, 716 renovated guestrooms and reworked public spaces fall within the scope of the massive improvements.