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A Special Place Inspired by Distinctive Heritage

Naples Grande Beach Resort

Naples Grande Beach Resort is one of the most exciting resorts in Florida and promises to be the region’s most sought after destination for all beachside escapes; from intimate family gatherings, Grande wedding celebrations, to memorable conferences and events.

It's central Naples location is set on 23 waterfront acres, a sanctuary of beachfront sophistication complemented by spectacular Gulf of Mexico water views and a portfolio of world-class amenities, including a luxurious spa, an 18-hole championship golf course, 15 tournament grade tennis courts as well as a beautiful beach and a vibrant swimming pool deck surrounded by Southwest Florida vegetation and wildlife all at the heart of the resort experience.

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Naples Grande recognizes the value and importance of a diverse workforce and will continue to identify and attract a workforce of the best available talent at every organizational level. As the Company grows and expands, we remain committed to maintaining our workplace diversity, allowing us to maintain our leadership in the industry.

We are committed to having a robust Corporate Responsibility program that incorporates Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) strategies into our business to increase both the sustainability and the value of our property.

As part of this longstanding commitment to responsible business, Naples Grande has policies in place that govern our approach to human rights and human trafficking.  Naples Grande works collaboratively with peers, industry associations, nonprofit organizations, and other external experts to help combat human trafficking.  Naples Grande requires all team members to complete human trafficking awareness training to help them recognize and respond to potential situations of human trafficking they may observe. Naples Grande also provides human trafficking awareness posters and other resources to reinforce the training and raise further awareness that hotels may be unwilling venues for both sex and labor trafficking.