ALHI Expands Portfolio into Southwest Florida
Wednesday February 19th, 2014 - 12:22PM GAO
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NAPLES, FL—The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club, which recently completed more than $45 million in renovations and enhancements, has been accepted into the exclusive portfolio of Associated Luxury Hotels International (ALHI).
In addition to becoming the newest Member of ALHI’s worldwide portfolio, the Southwest Florida resort becomes the newest addition to the “ALHI Beach & Island Collection” specialty segment since it is directly on Naples’ beach.
The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club joins as ALHI’s only Member in Southwest Florida, and its fourth property on Florida’s west coast, joining the InterContinental Tampa, offering 323 rooms in Tampa’s Westshore district and the newly renovated Loews Don CeSar Hotel on St. Pete Beach.
The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club is Southwest Florida’s only resort directly on the beach with an on-site championship golf course, world-class spa, and tennis center. The resort features 34,000 sq. ft. of meeting space plus many outdoor venues.
The resort spent more than $45 million in renovations and enhancements over the last six years, which included the renovation of its 317 guestrooms and suites, the addition of a new Gulf-view ballroom, the renovation and expansion of its waterfront restaurant HB’s on the Gulf and The Sunset Beach Bar & Grill, the complete renovation its Gulf-side meeting rooms and pre-function space, enhancements to the golf course, and the addition of a beautiful new beachfront pool complex with two new pools in 2010.
Tags: ALHI • Hospitality • Amenities • Construction/Renovation • Management Companies •
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