EXPERIENCE NATURE AT OUR NAPLES, FLORIDA RESORT

Unrivaled Glimpses of Nature at Our Hotel Near the Everglades

Set on 23 waterfront acres and adjacent to a protected 200 acre Mangrove Estuary, nature is abundant at Naples Grande Beach Resort. Known for its unique location, guests can delight in a variety of ways to connect with the local and indigenous Florida ecosystem.

A 6/10 of a mile boardwalk composed of recycled milk jugs provides an eco-friendly path for guests to travel to the beach. Enjoy a 15 minute walk or a complimentary open air tram ride meandering through the estuary. Open from dawn to dusk, it's your choice to run through for a morning jog or take your time admiring the three types of mangroves and their unique root system and native wildlife.

  • Complimentary tours are offered through the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, December through April, Monday through Saturday at 9am. Tours meet at the gazebo at the beginning of the boardwalk and last about 2 hours.

Naples Grande Beach Resort is proud to be recognized by the Florida Department of Enviornmental Protection (DEP) with a designation of One Palm in the DEP Florida Green Lodging Program - a voluntary initiative launched in 2004 to encourage Florida hotels and resorts to reduce waste and conserve natural resources. The designated “Green Lodges” are recommended to companies and trade organizations that seek environmentally-conscious lodging and meeting facilities. Naples Grande Beach Resort’s eco-friendly practices include:

  • Purchase of 5% of all power and energy saving light bulbs and timers from environmentally friendly Florida Power & Light
  • One of a few Green Power Partners in Collier County dedicated to preserving natural habitats and surroundings in Southwest Florida
  • Eco-tours by canoe and kayak of the adjoining 200-acre mangrove preserve and estuary
  • Stewardship of the resort’s three miles of beachfront habitat
  • Operation of all dining and beach services facilities at Clam Pass Beach in accordance with state and county environmental guidelines
  • Saving of more than 6 million gallons of water through a resort-wide laundry recycling program
  • Guest recycling and towel reuse program in guest rooms
  • Installation of low-flow toilets and faucets in all guest rooms and public areas to conserve water
  • Innovative resort-wide Energy Management System that features low wattage lighting and efficient generators and an ultraviolet light filtration system to enhance air handling