We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club

851 Gulf Shore Blvd North, Naples, FL 34102-5332
E-mail hotel
Lowest prices for your stay
View Deal
SAVE $58
View all 18 deals
Prices are the average nightly price provided by our partners and may not include all taxes and fees. Taxes and fees that are shown are estimates only. Please see our partners for more details.
Traveler (840)
Panoramas (51)
Videos (2)


#29 of 61 hotels in Naples
Travelers' Choice
From family beach vacations to destination weddings, and from group getaways to exciting meetings, The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club offers you spectacular accommodations and beachfront amenities. Our 319 guest rooms-casually elegant and supremely comfortable-include suite configurations for up to 10 guests each. With an elegant ballroom offering glorious Gulf of Mexico views and beachside event space, meeting guests are in for inspiring settings. Enjoy a seven-mile white-sand beach plus our golf course which has been completely redesigned and renovated by PGA legend Jack Nicklaus in collaboration with course architect John Sanford. Other on-site recreation includes tennis, full-service spa, a multi-pool swimming complex, water sports, a complimentary Kids Club and more. Fine dining, casual fare and live entertainment can be enjoyed at our three restaurants and lounges, including HB's on the Gulf and Sunset Beach Bar & Grill, acclaimed for the area's best sunset views.
Read more
Room & Suite (244)244
Full view
Property amenities
Free parking
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Golf course
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Paid wifi
Hot tub
Pool / beach towels
Adult pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
Tennis court
Kids club
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Facial treatments
Non-smoking hotel
ATM on site
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Show more
Room features
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Room service
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Good to know
Family Resort
Residential Neighborhood
Languages Spoken
1,713Reviews65Q+A100Room tips
Traveler rating
  • 725
  • 592
  • 199
  • 115
  • 82
Time of year
Traveler type
  • More
Selected filters
  • Filter
  • English
Popular mentions
Mmunoz2307 wrote a review Nov 19
Miami Beach, Florida2 contributions
Absolutely overpriced hotel! The room is horrible, the carpet smelly and old And we have to PAY for the chairs at the beach..... I spent more than 250$ per night and I can’t have a chair ay the beach!?? Don’t come
Read more
Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
Mme_X wrote a review May 2020
Wisconsin925 contributions529 helpful votes
Hotel's Favorite
Quick summary: this was a wonderful stay in a clean, comfortable room with nice amenities, lovely pool and beach areas, and some things open on site, while still staying safe during COVID19 concerns. Friendly, professinal staff couldn't be better! Lovely grounds. To note: we stayed just as this area of Florida was opening up, and stayed during the week. We were able to enjoy the beach, as well as the pool area. I understand that the beaches could get more crowded during the weekends, and the city of Naples continually monitors how much of the actual beach they allow to be open, and what you can do there. I know that the city plans more restrictions for Memorial Day weekend. This is beyond the control of the hotel. First up: the staff were all friendly, helpful and professional. 'Could not ask for better. We stayed in room 090 in the Cabana building. This is a sea-view ground-floor room which opens to a personal patio area with two sitting chairs and table, lovely for your own sunset cocktails. The spacious room has 2 queen beds, with lots of pillows, duvet with separate sheets (I am often too warm with a duvet, even if the AC is cranked up - a topsheet is fine.) Good sized closet with lots of hangers. The credenza contains the fridge, and six drawers. Loveseat sofa. Good-sized work desk (thank you, as we had a few things to manage from the office.) The ice machine is a short walk away. All the amenities you expect in a good hotel: coffee/tea maker, iron/board, fridge, TV with a good assortment of channels, clock/radio. Two robes with the hotel logo were in the room!! Great souvenir ($75 each to take home.) This room has two separate sink areas, one in the area with a toilet and roomy shower (no bathtub.) All the toiletries: shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, shower gel, face wash, shower cap. (I hate to promise all of these, but that's what was in the room when we stayed.) Good counter space to spread out your own stuff. High quality towels. I love the smaller touches - shell bits in the sink countertops; large photo prints from Clyde Butcher, the Ansel Adams of the Everglades, on the walls; lovely plantings throughout the grounds. During COVID19, the safe distance policies meant that your room could be serviced as you wished. We had no problem getting what we wanted, e.g. fresh towels, coffee setups, room tidied, etc. This is a great hotel for beach access. While you can bring your own stuff, there are permanent tiki thatched roof "umbrellas" for rent ($20) with beach lounges (extra) or regular big umbrellas. The latter were at a discount rate during COVID19. The staff sets up for you, to ensure appropriate distance. The pools are lovely with tropical plantings and umbrellas all around, with towels and beach lounges provided complimentary. The smaller pool is designated for adults only. The larger is a nice size. There is also a hottub spa. I have to admit that these areas were not crowded during COVID19, but could get more crowded if more people booked into the hotel. The beach and pool offer other services and "toys," i.e. paddle boards, etc. The poolside restaurant has delicious food. Try the conch fritters. Unless you are a really big eater, I recommend that you split the order of grouper tacos (and yes, you have to get the grouper tacos!) Two good-sized tacos with a mountain of good French fries come in the order. HB's on the beach is the hotel's elegant seaside restaurant. We did not go this time as we were anxious to check out some other places in Naples as they opened up. Broadwell's the restaurant at the golf club, was closed for COVID19, as was the seaside beach bar, a real dagger through the heart as this has been a longtime favorite place for a drink. Check out the souvenir shop in the lobby. While small, there is a variety of choice items. Besides the expected quality tees, caps, golf, and beachwear in a variety of designs (some hotel logo, some other designers like Tommy Bahama and Llilly Pulitzer), check out the specialty pottery and mugs from a local potter (Rice?), beach accessories, books about the area, beach totes, etc. Toys and children's wear also available. The Seminole store is a good place to pick up moring coffee and pastries, sandwiches. There is also a good range of REAL NEWSPAPERS!! YAY!!! Ask the hotel about other amenities as they re-open. The spa and other services (pedicures, etc.) were closed when we visited. Golf shop was closed. I'm sure they can help with or arrange a number of other activities (fishing?) We have been coming to Naples for many years. Some years, we rent a house that better accommodates a larger, multi-generational household. Even so, in every year, a stop at the Naples Beach Hotel is a must for many reasons - beach bar, dining, gift shop, Seminole shop for coffee, etc. We were so happy to be able to actually stay at this hotel before it gets re-developed in the next year or so. It is still a very comfortable, enjoyable stay in a hotel built in the mid-century era, but well-maintained. It has an ambiance of Florida that is part luxury, part laid-back, but not overdone glitzy. Yo may also want to talk with the hotel about specific rooms - there are a few buildings, and I'm not sure which will be open. Due dilligence: my quibbles are relatively minor, and I recognize that the hotel only wants to add some things before the property is re-developed (these may not be issues with all rooms.) 1. I wish there were more outlets to plug in the digitial devices. 2. We are big readers. Brighter lighting in the rooms would be helpful in some spots. Quick summary: would i return? In a minute!! We love this place!!! I will anxioulsy follow how the property gets re-developed.
Read more
Date of stay: May 2020
Room Tip: Really - you want a sea-view room. Loved the room in the Cabana building.
See more room tips
7 Helpful votes
Teresita G wrote a review Oct 2020
Miami Beach, Florida56 contributions22 helpful votes
We've been visiting this resort for 5 years now in late summer/early fall for a week's R & R as it truly is the best place to stay in Naples - beachfront hotel that has rooms steps from the beach if you choose the Penthouse Bldg., first floor, which we always do. However, this was likely our last stay there as apparently the resort has been sold and is scheduled for demolition/renovation in May 2021 and will be converted to residences/hotel. While the place does truly need to have the rooms updated and bathrooms renovated as well as other areas, it has been a beacon in Naples for decades and it's very sad to see the tremendously different plans ahead for this crown jewel of Naples which had always been owned and operated by the Watkins family. Our trip this time was awesome as it always is except for no room service due to the pandemic. Their food continues to be excellent no matter what you order, but we have always preferred room service so we really missed that on this visit. They're also the only hotel serving Starbucks coffee in the Seminole Café so that's also a huge plus for us. Michele is the Manager and she is great! We always make the reservations directly with the hotel so we know what room we are getting. Stewart & Kelly are great and very accommodating. Check-in was fast and easy, and Marcus was great. The issue that has always plagued this resort when we have visited is the TV reception. It seems every year, we have issues with the TV reception and we believe it's due to whatever satellite company they use for their service. But other than that, it really is the best place to stay in Naples and if you have the opportunity, try to enjoy it's last hurrah before they close down in May 2021.
Read more
Date of stay: October 2020
Room Tip: Best view/location - PH Bldg.
See more room tips
Takemetoalaska wrote a review Sep 2020
Cape Coral, Florida1,758 contributions178 helpful votes
My husband and I live nearby and we decided to treat ourselves to a long weekend on the beach. You can’t beat the location and picturesque settings aground the property. There are ample places to sit back and relax and just take in the scenery. The hotel is made up of different buildings and we stayed on the 7th floor in the Watkins building. The room and grounds are very well maintained and clean. I appreciated the bathrobe to be used during our stay as well as the updated TV. We also ate lunch at the Sunset Beach Bar & Grill and the food and service were great. We had breakfast at HB’s on our morning out and that was fantastic. There’s a small convenience store located in the front lobby with snacks and Starbucks coffee. However, they close early, so be mindful of that. My only three complaints were with the coffee pots in the rooms, the charge for the beach chairs and umbrellas, and the bars. We are paying a decent amount of money to stay here, so I feel that the beach chairs and umbrellas should be offered to us, free of charge. It was $20 a day. Also, the coffee pots in the room are anything but usable. They’re very old tiny pots that have these odd shaped filters that are only good for a single cup. You wouldn’t be able to bring coffee from home. You’d have to use what was provided. It’s a HUGE plus for me to be able to start my day with some coffee before getting ready to go out. Lastly, there are two bars near the beach and pool but the drinks are CRAZY expensive and I don’t think there’s hardly any alcohol in them at all. I eventually stopped ordering drinks because I was paying $13 or $14 for a drink that was made up of mostly juice. Both bars were similar in this area. ☹️ I would recommend that you bring your own drinks and leave them in your mini fridge.
Read more
Date of stay: September 2020
3 Helpful votes
l0vekeywest wrote a review Sep 2020
Levittown, Pennsylvania48 contributions42 helpful votes
When we checked into our room, we were not very happy..however the resort itself is beautiful. Pools were fantastic. Bars and restaurants very good. Loved the Tiki umbrella and lounge chairs (had to pay). We chose to save on ocean front room and used xtra money on chairs and umbrella daily :) The room is beyond outdated. No closet and very small dresser. Had an armoire with 6 hangers. We paid a great rate thru Expedia and had a wonderful time!
Read more
Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
2 Helpful votes
$191 - $655 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
the naples beach hotel and golf club, naples beach resort, golf naples, naples beach hotel
United StatesFloridaSouthwest Gulf CoastNaples
Is This Your Tripadvisor Listing?

Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.

Claim Your Listing
Frequently Asked Questions about The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club
Which popular attractions are close to The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club?
Nearby attractions include Revs Institute (2.0 miles), Naples Historical Society's Historic Palm Cottage (1.7 miles), and Naples Botanical Garden (4.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club?
Conveniently located restaurants include Mediterrano, Van Van Cuban Cafe, and Rumba Cuban Cafe.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Are there any historical sites close to The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Naples Historical Society's Historic Palm Cottage (1.7 miles).
Does The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.