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The place to stay

Where to stay

There is a wide range of accommodation in the Naples area, including the Inn on Fifth in downtown, and at a string of five-star oceanfront resorts.

Many hotels in Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades discount their rates between May and December.

Wining and dining

Naples has gourmet and relaxed dining at the open-air bars and bistros in Downtown and at bay or waterfront cafés.

Choosing the right place to stay is always one of the first things to get sorted.

If you are looking to stay in downtown Naples, you will want to stay at the Inn on Fifth.

This luxury boutique hotel, with roof top pool and opulent spa, is located in the heart of downtown Naples and within strolling distance of almost everything (including the Fifth Avenue Coffee Company).

McCabes Irish Pub and Grill, part of the hotel, is an authentic, Dublin built, pub that was shipped to Naples with its memorabilia intact. The Irish ambience of the place is enhanced with traditional Irish music most evenings.

Truluck's (just along the block) has a sophisticated piano lounge and a wonderful restaurant that the locals flock to (which is always a good sign). It’s signature dish, fresh stone crab, is reared from the restaurants own fisheries.

These two are complemented by, at least, 20 independently owned restaurants offering a wide range of dining options. Where to watch the sun go down

A range of restaurants are also available at Tin City, the Mercato and the Village on Venetian Bay.

What else to do Naples Zoo

Naples Zoo is in an historic 53-acre old tropical botanical garden and, while not huge, provides a delightful half day.

The Naples Pier (12th Avenue S) at sundown provides one of those ‘memories are made of this’ moments.

Built in the 1888 as a freight and passenger dock, it is now the place to watch the pelicans diving for that last catch of the day.

The primate expedition cruise is a 30 minute boat trip around the islands that are the cage free homes for the zoo’s primates. 3

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