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WALDORFASTORIA NAPLES


Florida’s premier destination for groups, this eco-smart beach retreat now brings an even more elevated meeting and event experi- ence to the popular destination. With itsWaldorf Astoria designation, the


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hotel (formerly known as the Naples Grande Beach Resort) delivers an even greater level of


aldorf Astoria Naples, one of Florida’s most iconic hotels, began a new era on Jan. 1, 2012, with a new name and new mission. Already Naples’ largest hotel for meetings and conferences, and long-recognized as Southwest


Name Change Marks New Era for Iconic Naples Hotel





personalized service built around a welcoming staff and new service philosophy—“The answer is yes, what’s the question?” Planned enhancements to the property include a re- dress of the two ballrooms, an upgraded beach experience, and the introduction ofWaldorf Astoria bedding and Ferragamo bath products. Offering 100,000-plus square feet of meeting


space, including 27 meeting rooms, 13 breakout rooms, prefunction space, and plenty of indoor and outdoor event space, the property also specializes in culinary creations. It is committed to water and energy conservation and to preserving the sur- rounding beaches and mangrove estuary. 


FOR MORE INFORMATION: Waldorf Astoria Naples, Frank Cavella, Area Director of Sales and Marketing (239) 597-3232 or (888) 722-1266 Frank.Cavella@waldorf astoria.com www.waldorf astorianaples.com


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