Renovations Begin at The Inn on Fifth's Rooftop Pool Deck

The rooftop pool deck and courtyard at The Inn on Fifth and Club Level Suites is closing, but for good reason: it’s getting a makeover. The extensive renovation on the hotel’s landmark rooftop pool deck and courtyard is just the latest in a series of renovations at the hotel.

Starting September 12, the pool will be closed for the duration of renovations. Don’t worry, though, the $500,000 project is slated for completion at the end of this month. The rooftop renovations, designed by landscape artist Christian Andrea of Naples-based Architectural Design, include a number of dramatic enhancements to the pool and courtyard areas.

After renovations, expect to find a redesigned and resurfaced pool deck, featuring new pavers and trellises, as well as key accents and landscaping to heighten the tropical vibe of the intimate rooftop oasis. New, luxurious outdoor furniture, a fire pit and a poolside bar are being added as well as poolside guestrooms that will now feature Bahama shutters and privacy panels. Food and beverage service will continue to be offered poolside and will be upgraded once Ocean Prime, the sites award-winning restaurant, opens its doors at the Inn on Fifth the middle of this December.

The Inn on Fifth features 32 Club Level Suites in addition to its 119 rooms within its two iconic buildings, just steps across from each other on Fifth Avenue. The hotel’s prime location leaves guests in the middle of a variety of local shops and restaurants, with Truluck’s Seafood, Steak and Crab House and the Spa on Fifth located within the Inn.

“We will continue to make any upgrades and improvements needed to maintain the new standard of luxury we’ve created for our guests here on Fifth Avenue,” said Phil McCabe, owner of The Inn on Fifth. “This current project addresses some specific areas that will enhance the guest experience for what I believe is one of Naples’ best luxury products.”

The 3,600-square-foot pool deck offers the perfect retreat for guests to visit and escape the beachside city, whether it be for swimming, sunning, relaxation or events and functions.