Ready to plan an amazing summer vacation on Florida’s Paradise Coast? Naples Bay Resort is offering a “Make Waves” package including luxurious Italian-style accommodations and a 24-foot deck boat for each night of your stay. And to sweeten the deal, the hotel will throw in two free cocktails at BlueWater Grill. With views like this one, what’s not to love!
Docked at the hotel’s on-site marina, the boats are decked out with all the extras: 225 Mercury HP, digital throttle, power steering, blue tooth stereo sound system, carpets, three different cooler locations with a wet bar, touch screen GPS, and plenty of seating for up to 10 people — so invite all your friends!
“It really is the summer of adventure here at Naples Bay Resort,” says Phillip Starling, General Manager of the Naples Bay Resort. “Exploring the miles of islands and estuaries in the Paradise Coast, including the 10,000 Islands National Wildlife Refuge, sounds like a great start to a vacation to me. You only get one shot at the summer of 2014, why not make it legendary?”
You’re going to love the 20-acre Naples Bay Resort — it’s a family-friendly retreat situated on the Intracoastal waterway, close to the shops and restaurants in downtown Naples. This pet-friendly resort has it all: boating, marina, multiple pools, lazy river, spa, gym, tennis courts and restaurants.
It’s the only hotel in Southwest Florida with its own fully operational Yacht Club and Marina, and with water access to the Gulf of Mexico. And with the Make Waves package, you’ll be able to explore gorgeous waterways, secluded sandbars and private islands (like the one shown below called Keewaydin Island).
If You Go: The Make Waves package includes nightly accommodations in any room type, full day rental of a boat and two free cocktails at the Blue Water Grill. The package is available May 1 – Oct. 31, 2014 (based on availability) and you’ll need to pay for your own fuel. For reservations, please visit NaplesBayResort.com or call 866-605-1199.
Insider Tip: For help planning your Naples vacation, visit ParadiseCoast.com.
This post also published on VisitFlorida.com.