Hilton Naples completes renovations

Hilton Naples

Hilton Naples in Florida completed a major renovation that saw changes made to the property’s overall design, and introduced new furnishings and enhancements to the lobby, guest rooms, meeting facilities and fitness center.

The hotel’s lobby, with its imported stone and marble construction, received additional original artwork, new seating, tables, lighting and carpet. A new “Connectivity Station” was also added, consisting of complimentary workstations with Wi-Fi enabled computers, printers and ergonomic seating.

Guest corridors and public areas were also upgraded with new wall covering, detailed crown molding and refinished guest room entry doors.

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All 199 guestrooms and 13 suites were completely redesigned and now have the Hilton Serenity Bed, new seating, carpet, window treatment and an ergonomic task chair. Enhancements to guest bathrooms include all new tile and plumbing fixtures, new vanity, wall covering and backlit mirror. New artwork completes the brand new look.

Renovations to the hotel’s meeting and event space include wall covering and window treatment, new lighting, and new seating and tables in the pre-function area. A new 20-seat executive boardroom was also added, with a distinctive boardroom table and seating.

As part of the renovation, the hotel’s fitness center was expanded and equipped with Precor equipment.


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