Inn on Fifth Naples renovated by CVC Hospitality

Inn on Fifth in Naples, Fla., is being revitalized with the help of CVC Hospitality, which provided interior design, FF&E and construction for the property. Wrapped in a color palette of grays, cream crisp black with of red, the guestrooms now also include a new décor with custom-made furniture, new carpeting and modern artwork.

The Inn’s 87 guestrooms and suites are host to newly renovated guestrooms and bathrooms, which are now home to Italian marble and tile, and new Stearns & Foster Tivoli Elegance Luxury Plush Euro Top mattresses in the bedroom. Every room in the hotel has direct access to either a Juliet Balcony or terrace with rattan furniture.

The Inn is home to the Naples Spa on Fifth, a feng shui-inspired spa; McCabe's Irish Pub & Grill, with its al fresco dining; Trulucks restaurant; and a fitness center. Complimentary parking, valet service, 24-hour concierge service, and free hotel-wide Wi-Fi are among the services offered.

The Inn on Fifth’s is located along Naples Florida Fifth Avenue, and is within walking distance of the Naples Beach and other beachfronts, the Gordon River and more than 20 restaurants and cafes.

CVC Hospitality is a single source, design build, turnkey solution to interior and exterior renovation/construction and has been in business for over 25 years. The company provides interior design, architectural design, furnishing procurement, warehousing and installation, and is a licensed general contractor with bonding available. The company specializes in the hospitality market. CVC has won gold and silver awards for design from the American Resort Development Association, is one of the top 25 Purchasing Companies in the country, and is also a member of the Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association.

Suggested Articles

The real estate investment trust plans sell the InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta and Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square.

If the Barclay brothers sell the Ritz Hotel for the rumoured £800m to a consortium of Saudi Arabian families it will have increased in value 150 times

Despite global changes, many attendees at this year's Americas Lodging Investment Summit think the economy will stay flat or rise in 2020.