Noble House Hotels & Resorts welcomes Inn on Fifth, located in Naples, Florida, to its portfolio of luxury and unique properties. Inn on Fifth lies in the heart of Old Naples, featuring 119 guestrooms across two buildings. The property also boasts 43 spacious suites and lies just a few minutes’ walk to a wide selection of upscale boutiques, spas, salons, art galleries, cafés and fine-dining restaurants.
“The Inn on Fifth is an elegant property and a welcome addition to Noble House’s collection of outstanding hotels and resorts,” said Jake Donoghue, CEO, Noble House Hotels & Resorts. “Our properties are known for providing discerning travelers with exceptional service and creature comforts, alongside local experiences that immerse guests in the destination, and the Inn on Fifth exemplifies those qualities. Its well-appointed rooms, outstanding resort amenities, and fantastic on-site dining align perfectly with its premier setting that grants easy access to beaches, shopping, eco-tourism activities and cultural and arts attractions.
The hotel lies in two buildings, the Main and Club Level, with the Club Level featuring 32 of the 43 suites. The Club Level also includes a private rooftop with Jacuzzi and an exclusive private lounge serving breakfast, cocktails, snacks, beverages and hors d’oeuvres. The Main Building comprises the remaining guestrooms and suites, as well as a 3,600-square-foot outdoor pool deck with food and beverage service, a day spa and fitness center. The Main Building also boasts more than 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space. All guests of Inn on Fifth have access to the 12 tennis courts at the nearby Cambier Park Arthur Allen Tennis Center.
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