Where to Stay in Naples, Florida • 7 INCREDIBLE Areas

A scenic beach with white sand, people relaxing, a long pier stretching into the ocean, and a clear blue sky.

Naples is located in Collier County in Southwestern Florida and is best known for its stunning beaches, laid-back ambiance, luxurious shops, and excellent selection of world-class golf courses. For many people, this describes the ideal vacation spot, so they start asking where to stay in Naples, Florida. 

Well, you’re in luck – because I compared all the Naples neighborhoods and selected the best ones for your stay. 

The top spot for a stay in this gorgeous city is Old Naples, an area full of amazing restaurants, shops, and hotels and is home to the city’s most attractive landmarks. 

To make your choice easier, I looked at all hotel options in Naples, Florida, and picked the most attractive options for each recommended area and price category. 

I also have to tell you that it’s very important to book in advance for places in Naples, as it is a very popular destination, and you can’t always rely on last-minute hotel deals. 

Let’s start discovering beautiful Naples, Florida! 

Quick Picks for Your Stay

Here are the top hotels in Old Naples, Florida:

This map will help you visualize the 7 areas of Naples, Florida, recommended in this post:

A colorful map highlighting the best areas to stay in Naples Florida with numbered locations and labels for easy navigations
  1. OLD NAPLES: for first-timers
  2. FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH: for shopping
  3. EAST NAPLES : for budget travelers
  4. PELICAN BAY: the coolest area
  5. COQUINA SANDS: for families
  6. NAPLES PARK: for luxury
  7. PARK SHORE: for couples

1. Old Naples – where to stay for the first time

Colorful Mediterranean-style building with archways and a central statue, surrounded by lush gardens under palm trees, exemplifying Naples’ vibrant architecture.

If you are visiting Naples for the first time, the ideal place to stay is definitely the most popular and lively neighborhood – Old Naples. There is so much to do and see here for everyone. With just a simple stroll through Old Naples’s streets, you will see great architecture, fancy restaurants, and many shops, museums, and art galleries. 

One of the most famous landmarks in Old Naples is the Naples Pier (map), which was built in 1888. The pier is a popular spot for fishing, but if you’re lucky, you may even spot the dolphins playing in the water. The Pier is also the ultimate spot to watch the sunset – you don’t want to miss out on those views, trust me! 

NOTE: Naples is part of a larger area known as Collier County. In fact, Naples makes up most of the county, and the 2 are sometimes used interchangeably. So, don’t be confused if you hear/read Collier County when people are talking about Naples. 

Then, there’s the beach, of course! Naples Beach (map) is a long (7-mile/11-km) sandy beach with a very laid-back atmosphere and a great place to spend your day under the Naples sun. 

Just 2 blocks away from Naples Pier, you’ll find Third Street South (map), a charming part of the neighborhood that’s usually called the ‘birthplace of Naples’. Here, you can see original turn-of-the-century architecture and colorful beach cottages, as well as many fine-dining restaurants and interesting shops. 

Another part of Old Naples you should definitely visit is Tin City Waterfront Shops (map). This cool district features many independent shops and small boutiques, waterfront restaurants, and the most popular departure points for cruises and tours. I’m sure you’ll find plenty of ways to occupy your time in Tin City. 

Finally, if you’re looking for a place to unwind and relax after a long day at the beach, head to Cambier Park (map). Here, you’ll find various sports courts and a playground, and you might even catch a live music performance! 

Luxury hotel
Collage of hotel amenities featuring a cozy bedroom with a large bed and classic furniture, a spacious living room with a TV and comfortable seating, and a night view of an inviting hotel courtyard with a swimming pool surrounded by palm trees and lounge chairs

The Bellasera is one of the best luxury hotels in Naples. It features a heated outdoor pool, fitness center, poolside cabanas, and an on-site restaurant. All rooms are bright and spacious, and each has a private balcony overlooking the courtyard. The hotel also provides free Wi-Fi and parking, and free baby cots for children under 2 years of age. 

Other accommodation options in Old Naples

mid-range
Bright living room with a white sofa, rattan chairs, a dining area, turquoise accents, and a view of trees outside the window.

Located at the heart of Old Naples, the hotel offers an outdoor pool, a nice breakfast, and a bar

budget
Outdoor swimming pool at a hotel with palm trees and a blue sky, surrounded by a cream-colored wall, and a hotel sign visible in the background.

A 5-min walk from the center, this is one of the best cheap hotels, with a pool and free parking

airbnb
A neatly made bed with pillows beside a nightstand with a lamp, under a window with partially open blinds in a warmly lit room.

Situated in a convenient location and offering home amenities like a swimming pool, fully equipped kitchen, and a charming garden

Things to do in Old Naples 

  • Watch the sunset at Naples Pier
  • Spend the day swimming at Naples Beach
  • Sign up for a segway tour of Naples
  • Roam the streets of the historic Third Street South neighborhood
  • Do some shopping at the Tin City Waterfront Shops
  • Have a relaxing day in Cambier Park
  • Try the local seafood at Pinchers (map)
  • Pay a visit to the Naples Historical Society

2. Fifth Avenue South – where to stay in Naples for shopping

Sunset view of Fifth Avenue South in Naples, FL, lined with palm trees and Mediterranean-style buildings, bustling with cars and pedestrians

Stretching from the Tamiami Trail that runs through Old Naples all the way to the Gulf of Mexico is possibly the most famous street in Naples – Fifth Avenue South. Unofficially known as ‘Main Street,’ the avenue is the city’s bustling hub of life, overflowing with designer stores and upscale shops. 

FUN FACT: The Tamiami Trail (or US Highway 41) got its name after the 2 destinations it connects: Tampa and Miami! 

Fifth Avenue South is often called the ‘crown jewel of Naples’ as it hosts some of the most impressive residential homes in the city, but for tourists, the main activities are shopping and dining. 

If you want to spend the day shopping, you’ll be happy to learn that you’ll find everything from designer brands and upscale jewelry to clothing stores and gift shops. As for dining, there’s an abundance of choices, but I recommend the Osteria Tulia (map) for classic Italian dishes and The French Brasserie Rustique (map) for a lovely brunch. 

Staying on Fifth Avenue South is a good idea because, besides the shopping and dining opportunities, there’s a good selection of hotels, plus access to Naples Beach. Better yet, the walk up to the beach is very scenic, so I’m sure you’ll enjoy every moment of your stay here. 

Luxury hotel
Collage featuring the AC Hotel by Marriott Naples: a stylish lobby with modern furniture, a minimalist hotel room, and the building's exterior with 'Luna Rooftop Bar' sign

As far as Marriott hotels go, this is the best one in Naples, with a pool, fitness facilities, and a business center. Other perks of staying here include luggage storage, a 24/7 front desk, private parking, and air conditioning. Best of all, there’s a rooftop restaurant where you can enjoy delicious Mediterranean cuisine. 

Other accommodation options in Fifth Avenue South 

Mid-range
Aerial view of a hotel's courtyard featuring a swimming pool surrounded by lounge chairs and umbrellas, set in a sunny location with a clear sky.

Hotel guests can lounge on the sun terrace, swim in the heated pool, and enjoy a daily hot breakfast

Budget
Hotel room with a king-sized bed, red accent wall, mounted tv displaying football, and a small kitchenette.

Although a bit lower-rated, this is a great choice for budget travelers, featuring a snack center and a pool

Airbnb
A well-lit living room with a large sectional sofa, coffee table, and wooden furniture, featuring neutral tones and a hardwood floor.

A spacious 2-bedroom condo with 2 baths, a comfortable living area, and a full kitchen, plus a dedicated workspace

Things to do in Fifth Avenue South 

  • Walk the scenic path down to Naples Beach
  • Shop for designer goods on the Avenue
  • Go for a fun weekend ride at the Naples Train Museum
  • Enjoy fine dining at Osteria Tulia or The French Brasserie Rustique 
  • Go out to Baker Park (map) for a relaxing afternoon
  • See a show by The Naples Players at Sugden Community Theatre

3. East Naples – where to stay in Naples, Florida on a budget

Tranquil pond with water lilies and a waterfall feature, surrounded by lush tropical plants and a colorful mural in the background, located in a serene garden setting

East Naples is located Southeast of the city center and very close to Naples Municipal Airport. As this is an inland neighborhood, instead of beaches, you will find nice parks, golf courses, shops, restaurants, and cafes. Even though it is a chic neighborhood, you will be able to find more budget-friendly places to stay compared to other areas of Naples. 

However, don’t let the fact that this isn’t a beachfront neighborhood turn you away. Naples Beach is just a 10-min drive away, and there are plenty of other things to keep you occupied during your stay in East Naples. 

The neighborhood is also a great choice if you’re traveling with family, as there are many kid-friendly activities. You can go for a picnic and a swim at Sugden Regional Park (map), explore Naples Botanical Gardens or play mini-golf at Coral Cay Adventure Golf (map). 

You can also pay a visit to the Collier Museum at Government Center and try a variety of delicious street foods from the food trucks at Celebration Park (map), or seek out some of the other amazing restaurants scattered around the neighborhood. 

The East Naples neighborhood is a great starting point for a variety of day trips from Naples, as it’s situated right next to the Tamiami Trail. You can hop over to Marco Island or choose another destination to your liking. This is also a great place to stay if you’re traveling with a car and planning to drive around the city. 

Luxury hotel
"A three-part collage showcasing residential comfort: an outdoor pool area with a covered patio and lounge seating, an elegant dining room with a hardwood floor and patterned chairs, and a bright, airy bedroom with large windows and modern furnishings

This 2-bedroom villa features a patio and a private pool that you can use during your stay. There’s also a large living area where you can relax in front of the TV and a fully equipped kitchen – great if you want to cook your own meals. The villa can accommodate up to 6 guests, making it ideal for family stays. 

Other accommodation options in East Naples

mid-range
A tidy bedroom with a double bed, a desk with a chair, and a framed painting of boats on the wall.

A recently renovated 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment, offering access to a garden and a terrace, plus private parking

budget
A colorful motel with yellow walls and blue trim, featuring palm trees and parking spaces in front.

A very budget-friendly motel offering free parking and Wi-Fi, with cable TV and a mini fridge in each room

airbnb
Cozy garden patio with wicker chairs and tropical plants

A small but cozy studio featuring 1 bedroom with a queen-sized bed, a kitchenette, and a lush garden

Things to do in East Naples

  • Go for a swim in the lake at Sugden Regional Park
  • Visit the Naples Botanical Gardens and admire the flowers
  • Have fun playing mini golf at Coral Cay Adventure Golf
  • Grab a quick bite at Three60 Market (map)
  • Explore the collection at the Collier Museum at Government Center
  • Try the mouthwatering snacks from the food trucks at Celebration Park

4. Pelican Bay – the coolest place to stay in Naples, Florida

Aerial view of a lush golf course with winding paths and sand bunkers, flanked by clusters of high-rise buildings with ocean views in the background under a clear blue sky

Combining modernity with nature, Pelican Bay is the coolest neighborhood in Naples. Located North of Park Shore and Naples city center (a 15-min drive away), Pelican Bay is an interesting area with high-rise buildings by the shore surrounded by a forest with palm trees and stunning views of the bay. 

Pelican Bay is a largely residential area and one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the city. However, there are a few amazing hotels and many cafes, bars, and restaurants that make this an amazing spot for tourists as well as for locals. Plus, there are plenty of shopping opportunities at the Waterside Shops (map). 

If you feel like going for a swim, Clam Pass Park (map) is the place to go! It’s a gorgeous white-sand beach accessible through a boardwalk surrounded by mangroves – it’s a very scenic, relaxing walk – I wouldn’t miss it if I were you. 

Vanderbilt Beach (map) is also easily accessible from Pelican Bay, but if you’re up for something a little different, you can always pack a picnic and enjoy it by the lake in Pelican Bay Community Park (map). 

In Pelican Bay, it is very easy to escape from busy city life. You can hop on a boat and take a day trip to Sanibel Island for some wilderness adventures or simply head to one of the city parks to chill in nature. 

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Naples: a hotel room with a grand window arch, an elegant sitting area with a sea view, and the towering facade of the grand hotel building against a clear sky

One of the best all-inclusive 5-star hotels in Naples, the Ritz boasts spacious rooms and suites offering incredible beach views. The hotel has amazing facilities, such as 2 outdoor swimming pools, a gym, a spa, a sauna, 7 gourmet restaurants, and even a tennis court. The hotel can also arrange car rentals and provide private parking for an extra charge.

Other accommodation options in Pelican Bay, Naples

mid-range
A modern hotel with white balconies, surrounded by palm trees, overlooking a serene swimming pool under a clear sky.

A 4-star boutique hotel with an outdoor pool, 24/7 fitness center, free breakfast, and complimentary beach transfers

budget
Bright, beach-themed living room with striped sofa, colorful chairs, and a large tv in a white cabinet, complemented by oceanic art and window views.

A cozy cottage near the beach with 2 bedrooms, a full kitchen, and a very nicely decorated living room

airbnb
Cheerful beach-themed bedroom with a colorful surfboard patterned quilt, striped rug, and vibrant coastal decor, evoking a playful seaside ambiance.

Within walking distance of the beach, this home has a private entrance and a courtyard, plus a private parking space

Things to do in Pelican Bay, Naples

  • Spend a day basking in the sun at Clam Pass Park
  • Chill on the golden sands of Vanderbilt Beach in Naples Park next door
  • Visit an exhibition at Artis-Naples
  • Have a picnic at Pelican Bay Community Park
  • Spend the day shopping at the Waterside Shops
  • Choose your own catch and enjoy the delicious seafood at Deep Lagoon (map)

5. Coquina Sands – the best part of Naples to stay for families

Elegant single-story house with a yellow facade and tiled roof, featuring a cobblestone driveway surrounded by lush palm trees and manicured landscaping under a bright blue sky

Coquina Sands was the first beachfront residential neighborhood in Naples, situated just North of Old Naples and South of the Moorings and Park Shore neighborhoods. It’s a very quiet and laid-back area, perfect if you’re traveling with your family. – you’ll be away from the dynamic lifestyle of the city center but still super close to all the main attractions. 

Lowdermilk Park (map) is the main beach in the neighborhood. It’s super family-friendly and has all the facilities you need to spend a worry-free day in the sun. All you need to think about is enjoying the soft sand and making sandcastles with your kids! 

If you want to change things up a bit, Naples Beach and Naples Pier are easily accessible from Coquina Sands, as is the Via Miramar Beach (map) in the adjacent Moorings neighborhood. 

If you’re still looking for family-friendly activities, you needn’t look much further. Just outside the neighborhood borders, across the Goodlette-Frank Road, you’ll find Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens, where you can meet and interact with many different animal species, and the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, which offers many cool kids’ programs. 

Since this is a largely residential area, you will find many vacation rentals. If you are looking for more private homes for your holidays, check out this post for the most unique Airbnbs in Florida.

Luxury hotel
Collage of a luxury Naples beachfront hotel: an inviting pool flanked by palm trees, a comfortable guest room with modern decor, and a serene beach setup with white umbrellas and loungers

Located right at the beach, this is one of the best beachfront hotels and a great place to stay in Naples as it perfectly reflects the charm of the town. The hotel rooms are very spacious and have an amazing ocean view. Guests can enjoy golf courses and an outdoor swimming pool, while cots and extra beds are available at a surcharge. 

Other accommodation options in Coquina Sands, Naples

Mid-range
Outdoor swimming pool with lounge chairs under a sunny sky, surrounded by lush greenery and palm trees, adjacent to a residential building.

A comfortable hotel near Naples Zoo with 2 pools, 2 hot tubs, and an American buffet breakfast served daily

budget
Inviting bedroom with a classic iron bed frame, soft white linens, and mirrored bedside table, creating a romantic and vintage atmosphere

This cozy waterfront cottage has a private entrance, a detached bathroom, and a bedroom with a comfy Queen bed

airbnb
Bright living space with a teal accent wall, understated white furniture, and a staircase leading to the upper level, offering a modern and open feel

A beach-themed apartment situated a 5-min walk from downtown, offering access to a shared pool and barbecue facilities

Things to do in Coquina Sands, Naples

  • Enjoy some quality family time at Lowdermilk Park
  • Venture out and spend the day at Naples Beach
  • Check out the Via Miramar Beach in nearby Moorings
  • Go for a relaxing walk in Freedom Park (map)
  • Visit Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens 
  • Learn about flora and fauna at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida

6. Naples Park – where to stay in Naples, Florida for luxury

Expansive aerial view showcasing a mix of residential areas, golf courses, and natural mangrove estuaries with snaking waterways, leading towards a skyline of high-rise buildings by the coast

Naples Park is an upscale residential neighborhood just a 20-minute drive North of Old Naples. Many travelers flock here for its proximity to great restaurants, upscale shops, and other attractions. Thanks to the many luxury accommodations, it’s a good choice for deluxe travelers, especially golfers, as you’ll be able to choose from a selection of nice golf resorts. 

The very famous Vanderbilt Beach (map) is just next to Naples Park, too. This amazing beach has powdery white sand and, usually, a refreshing onshore wind to keep you cool in summer. There are also plenty of things to do in Vanderbilt Beach, like spotting dolphins and diving pelicans or enjoying snacks and ice cream in the cafes. 

The Naples Park neighborhood is super close to Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park (map), so you should spend at least a day at the beach here and try some water sports – I recommend snorkeling! 

If you’re up for a drive, the Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples is 15-min away and a must-visit if you’re traveling with family. But if you’re still looking for cool ways to spend your time during your stay here, I suggest you make the trip to Fort Myers – it’s less than an hour’s drive away! 

Luxury hotel
Collage of a tropical Naples hotel retreat: a lush pool with water features, a classic guest room with balcony access, and a bright, cozy suite with elegant furnishings.

This centrally located, luxurious golf resort has amazing facilities, such as a top-rated golf course, free bike rentals, a full-service spa with a wellness center, and a swimming pool. Guests can enjoy charming, spacious rooms with stunning ocean views, and family-friendly rooms are available, too.

Other accommodation options in Naples Park

mid-range
A neatly arranged bedroom with a patterned comforter on the bed, white bedside tables, a lamp, and a window with blinds.

A 3-bedroom house, 5-min away from Vanderbilt Beach, with a private pool, a patio, and barbecue facilities

budget
A screened backyard with a clear blue swimming pool, patio furniture under a shaded area, and a view of a landscaped garden.

A spacious holiday home offering private beach access and featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and even 2 living rooms

airbnb
Cozy outdoor patio with modern grey wicker sofas and decorative pillows, complemented by abstract artwork, perfect for relaxation under open skies.

This Airbnb has a convenient location and provides private access to a hot tub and a garden

Things to do in Naples Park

  • Spend a relaxing day on Vanderbilt Beach
  • Enjoy the sandy beach at Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park
  • Drive out to the Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples for a fun family day
  • Book a tee time at the Stonebridge Country Club in North Naples
  • Go for dinner at fine dining restaurant The Capital Grille (map)
  • Have a drink in a laid-back atmosphere at North Naples Country Club (map)

7. Park Shore – where to stay in Naples, Florida for couples

Aerial view of a coastal neighborhood with waterfront homes featuring private docks and boats, interspersed with lush greenery and interconnected waterways

My final recommendation for your stay in Naples, Florida, goes out to Park Shore. Situated directly South of Pelican Bay and 5 miles / 8 km North of Old Naples, this beachfront neighborhood has a very relaxed vibe and is perfect if you’re planning a romantic getaway to Naples. 

When you’re in the mood for some beach time, you can choose between Public Beach (map) and Park Shore Beach Park (map). Both are great choices for a chill day at the beach, so if you have the time, I recommend you visit both. 

For shopping (and dining), head to The Village Shops on Venetian Bay (map), a waterfront shopping complex with many attractive shops and restaurants overlooking the water. And if that wasn’t enough, you can also explore the Neapolitan Way Shopping Center (map) and Park Shore Plaza (map), 2 other great choices for shopping in the area. 

You’ll find plenty of restaurants around the neighborhood; whether you want a quick snack or a romantic dinner, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for in Park Shore. Plus, there’s an amazing selection of hotels and resorts – essentially, everything you need for a couple’s retreat. 

Luxury hotel
Collage showcasing Hilton Naples amenities: a curved outdoor pool, a serene bedroom with a view, and the hotel's classic exterior, set against a backdrop of Naples’ skyline

This 4-star hotel is conveniently located near the beach and offers spacious rooms and suites, an award-winning restaurant, and a waterfall swimming pool. During your stay, you can use the fitness facilities, or if you’re traveling on business, you can rely on the hotel’s meeting facilities and event services. 

Other accommodation options in Park Shore

Mid-range
A bright guestroom featuring a large bed with striped bedding, green walls, floral curtains, classic artwork, and a ceiling fan.

A resort offering a heated outdoor pool and a hot tub, as well as a tennis court and BBQ facilities

Budget
A sunny pool area surrounded by a multi-story hotel with loungers and umbrellas, featuring palm trees and clear blue sky.

This Mediterranean-style hotel features a gym, a pool, and comfortable rooms and suites with private balconies

Airbnb
A cozy living room with a floral sofa, matching armchair, and wooden coffee table. dining area with wooden chairs in the background, adjacent to an open kitchen.

A 2-bedroom waterfront condo has a full kitchen and provides access to a pool and a fitness center

Things to do in Park Shore

  • Visit both Public Beach and Park Shore Beach Park
  • Treat yourself to a fine dining experience at T-Michaels Steak & Lobster (map)
  • Spend an afternoon shopping at The Village Shops on Venetian Bay
  • Check out the shops at Neapolitan Way Shopping Center and Park Shore Plaza
  • Grab a draft beer at Yard House (map)
  • Sample the seafood at Mr.Big Fish (map)
👑 Luxury price:US$250
💵 Mid-range hotel:US$180
🛏️ Budget:US$100
📍 Best area:Old Naples
🛎️ Best luxury hotel:Bellasera Resort
🧳 Best mid-range hotel:The Capri Inn
👛 Best budget hotel:Naples Park Central

BONUS: best beach hotels in Naples, Florida

Scenic beach view with white sand and calm turquoise waters, framed by tropical foliage and palm trees, with thatched sun umbrellas and lounging chairs inviting relaxation

Naples is renowned for its beaches, so many people specifically want to know where to stay in Naples, Florida, on the beach. Although I’ve already included several beach hotels and resorts in my recommendations, I decided to single out 3 additional choices right by the beach. 

  • Hotel Escalante ($$$) – this beach hotel is a short distance away from Fifth Avenue South and offers a year-round outdoor pool, in-room spa services, free bike rentals, and a complimentary shuttle to/from the beach. 
  • Naples Grande Beach Resort ($$$) – an upscale beach resort featuring 3 outdoor pools, a full-service spa, an 18-hole golf course, and as many as 15 tennis courts. There are also 5 restaurants on-site, and in-room dining is also offered. 
  • Vanderbilt Beach Resort ($$) – a beachfront resort offering private beach access, a heated outdoor pool, a private tennis court, and a restaurant open for lunch and dinner. 

Lastly, I wanted to recommend one of the most amazing beach resorts in Florida – the Sunseeker Resort Charlotte Harbor. Situated just an hour’s drive away from Naples, in Charlotte Harbor, this is an amazing beachfront accommodation and one of the most luxurious options in South Florida. 

FAQs about where to stay in Naples, Florida

Luxurious waterfront homes with terracotta roofs and private docks housing various yachts and boats, reflecting an opulent lifestyle in a serene coastal setting

🗺️ What is the best area to stay in Naples, Florida?

The best place to stay in Naples, especially for first-time visitors, is Old Naples. The neighborhood is home to the most important sights, such as Naples Beach and Pier, Millionaire’s Row, and some amazing hotels, such as the Bellasera Resort and The Capri Inn

☀️ What is the best time to visit Naples, Florida?

The best time to visit Naples is between March and May because the weather is not as hot and humid as it is in summer, and the accommodation prices are not as high as in winter.

🗺️ What are the best places to visit in Florida in January?

In January, one of the best places to visit in Florida is Naples, renowned for its stunning beaches, vibrant arts scene, and upscale shopping experiences. The Florida Keys, Miami, and Tampa are also great destinations for a January visit.

📅 How many days do you need in Naples, FL?

For your visit to Naples, you should plan at least 3 days if you want to see the most important attractions, spend a couple of days at the beach, and do some shopping.

🤔 What is better, Naples or Bonita Springs?

Naples is the better choice for a more upscale vacation, while Bonita Springs is more laid-back and more affordable.

🚶🏽 Is Naples, Florida, a walkable city?

The Naples city center is very walkable, but if you’re staying somewhere further away, then you’ll need a drive. You can either drive down to Naples or rent a car to get around the city. 

🙅 Where to avoid staying in Naples? 

Some of the areas you should avoid in Naples, Florida, include the Bayshore Arts District, where you might encounter a large homeless population, and Sun Terrace, due to its higher rates of street crime.

🏖️ What are the best places to stay in Naples, Florida, on the beach?

The best spots for staying on the beach in Naples are The Ritz-Carlton in Pelican Bay, the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Coquina Sands, and La Playa Golf Resort in Naples Park

👩‍❤️‍👨 What are the best places to stay in Naples, Florida for couples?

The ultimate spot for couples in Naples is Park Shore, with its numerous romantic restaurants and great hotels like the Hilton Naples and the Park Shore Resort

Final thoughts on the best areas to stay in Naples, Florida

Twilight descends on a wooden pier extending into the ocean, with glowing lights illuminating the structure against a dramatic sky of blue hues and scattered clouds

I hope this blog post has helped you decide where to stay in Naples and you’ve already found your ideal hotel in an area that best suits your preference. 

But just to sum it up, these are my 2 favorite hotels in Old Naples: 

  • Bellasera Resort – an amazing resort near the beach, offering concierge services and comfortable suites with private balconies
  • The Capri Inn – situated just a 5-min drive from the beach, this hotel boasts a heated outdoor pool and provides free parking

So, go ahead! Take your pick and make your reservations in advance – you don’t want to miss the best deal on Naples hotels. 

In case you have any questions, drop them in the comment section below and I’ll be happy to get back to you! 

Enjoy your holiday, 

Hristina


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