Prime location on 5th Avenue near shops, restaurants, and the beach
Spacious, stylish rooms with furnished balconies, solid amenities, and turndown service
Club Level guests get free continental breakfast, snacks, cocktails, and airport transfers
Attractive rooftop outdoor pool with loungers, a whirlpool, and food and drink service
Two excellent restaurants, including one with outdoor seating
Luxurious Spa on Fifth incorporates Asian influences in treatments
Small 24-hour fitness center with cardio and strength-training machines
8,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space
Golf privileges at local courses; free access to nearby tennis club
Free Wi-Fi throughout, and free parking
Free shuttle service to the beach
Higher price tag due to central location
No on-site breakfast (except for Club Level guests)
Located in the heart of 5th Avenue, the 119-room Inn on Fifth is a boutique option that is as glitzy as its surroundings. Rooms are upscale and stylish, with a sophisticated black-and-white color scheme and pops of red, and great amenities such as iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. The serene rooftop pool deck is a favorite for a quiet day in the sun, and the spa offers signature massages in a luxurious space with wooden floors and a soothing earth-tone palette. There are two excellent restaurants on-site, but breakfast is only served in the Club Level lounge, which is off-limits to guests staying in the main building. Those looking for a more family-friendly hotel may prefer the Naples Bay Resort, located a five-minute drive away.
Small upscale hotel with elegant interiors and a lovely rooftop pool
Housed in a quaint yellow building with terra-cotta-tile roofs and arched windows, the Inn on Fifth is not your typical Naples boutique. From the outside the property may look classic and understated, but an impressive marble lobby with crystal chandeliers and a grand staircase sets a luxurious tone. Red lacquered accents and cream-colored club chairs stand out against the gleaming beige marble floors and cute pale wallpaper, while a bright red accent wall punctuates the sleek white front desk. This decor style and bold palette lend the space a sophisticated feel that continues through the rest of the property, including in the Avenue 5 restaurant, the spa, and even the meeting rooms. Though the property oozes elegance and style, it is also friendly and relaxing, with a lovely 3,600-square-foot rooftop deck complete with a whirlpool, lots of loungers, food and drink service, and a quiet vibe throughout.
In 2012 the Inn expanded to the building directly across from it, adding 32 Club Level suites, an additional private rooftop deck with a whirlpool, and an executive lounge. This hotel-within-a-hotel offers larger units, as well as extra services such as free continental breakfast, which is not provided in the main building.
Directly on 5th Avenue, near famous restaurants and shops, and blocks from the beach
True to its name, this hotel is located right on 5th Avenue, one of Old Naples’ most coveted locations. This block is lined with renowned restaurants, cafes, art galleries, and boutiques, and there are plenty of other dining and shopping options within a couple of blocks. The property offers free shuttle service to the beach, which is just a 10-minute walk down 5th Avenue, and to the downtown area. It is also a 10-minute walk from Tin City, a touristy shopping mall with several restaurants. Naples Pier is a great spot to watch the sunset less than five minutes by car, and the Naples Museum of Art can be reached in about 10 minutes. Just a little farther away are the Naples Nature Center, complete with hiking trails, and the Naples National Golf Club. The Inn also offers privileges at a few local courses and at a nearby tennis club. Southwest Florida International Airport is a 40-minute drive from the Inn. Free parking is available on-site.
Sophisticated rooms with quality beds and furnished balconies
The Inn on Fifth has 119 spacious, stylish rooms. Decor is sophisticated and elegant, with a black-and-white color scheme, pops of cherry red in accent pillows and bed runners, and thick beige carpets with wavy geometric patterns in black. Large white tufted headboards and matching benches are stylish and contemporary, while the black oak furniture with white details gives a more classic touch. All units have at least a small Juliet balcony or terrace with wicker furniture, and Club Level Suites have spacious seating rooms with champagne and black crushed velvet couches and ottomans. Upscale in-room amenities are the same in all units, and include high-end Stearns and Foster pillow-topped mattresses, flat-screen LCD TVs with 10 free movie channels, iPod docks, coffeemakers, mini-fridges, and free Wi-Fi. Marble bathrooms are spacious and upscale, with a separate sink area, and large walk-in showers with Gilchrist & Soames toiletries.
Of the 119 rooms, 32 are are Club Level Suites located in the annex building across the street. Club Level rooms begin with the 550-square-foot Club Level King Suite and top out at the 1,100-square-foot, two-bedroom Presidential Suite, which has a 500-square-foot balcony. Club Level bathrooms come with rainfall glass showers, separate tubs, 19-inch flat-screen TVs, and waffle-weave bathrobes. Other Club Level perks include free continental breakfast, afternoon snacks, and evening cocktail hour with small plates, as well as free Cadillac Escalade SUV service to Naples Airport and downtown.
Housekeeping is provided twice a day in all of the rooms, and cribs and babyproofing are available on request.
Two restaurants; rooftop pool; meeting space; and spa with saunas, steam rooms, and a fitness center
Features at The Inn on Fifth reflect its upscale status and add a great deal of elegance to the property. The hotel is known for its two excellent dining options, both serving steak and seafood. Truluck’s Seafood Steak and Crabhouse has its own fishery 18 miles away and is a popular pick among locals and visitors alike. Its signature dish is Florida stone crab, and during stone crab season (fall through spring), Truluck's offers a weekly all-you-can-eat stone crab night. Avenue 5 is a more formal venue, with a wine list featuring more than 400 varieties and outdoor seating on a stylish wood terrace. The hotel has two rooftop areas, one in the main building with a pool, lounge chairs, a whirlpool, and food and drink service from 5th Avenue. The other rooftop is exclusively for Club Level guests; it has a whirlpool and loungers. Bar service is available in both. Club Level guests area also given exclusive access to a lounge with free continental breakfast, drinks and snacks throughout the day, and cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the evening. The spa offers several treatments rooms for individual or couples’ massages, as well as saunas and steam rooms. The fitness center is small, but provides a decent array of cardio and strength-training machines, and is open 24/7. Although more popular among couples and families, the hotel also offers a couple of business-oriented amenities, including over 8,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space, and a small business center with printing services. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property.