by Lisa A. Grimaldi | November 16, 2017
The 474-room Naples Grande Beach Resort in Florida will reopen on Friday, Dec. 15, following a three-and-a-half-month closure to repair damage caused by Hurricane Irma. The property has undergone a multimillion-dollar refresh of its guest rooms, public spaces, pools and outdoor landscaping, as well as several meeting spaces, including the Vista Ballroom. Additional amenities restored include the resort's restaurants and spa.
"We're extremely eager and excited to invite guests and locals back to Naples Grande Beach Resort," said Frank Cavella, director of sales and marketing. "It's been a challenging few months, but we're excited and eager to come back stronger than ever, offering our new and returning guests upgraded amenities and accommodations, with our signature 'grande' gestures and passion for service. We're so thankful for the support of the Naples community, specifically our hardworking staff, to get us back in the business of hospitality and memory making."
The resort has a total of 83,000 square feet of meeting space and is set on 23 waterfront acres adjoining a 200-acre nature preserve and mangrove estuary.