AC Hotel Naples 5th Avenue Opens

AC Hotel Naples 5th Avenue

AC Hotels by Marriott has opened its newest property in Naples, which is a three-story property that includes 150 guestrooms; a lobby and ground-floor café; 2,500 square feet of event space; a fitness center; an outdoor rooftop pool; and Limón, a rooftop restaurant and bar with seating both indoors and out. The hotel’s design has local artwork that draws inspiration from the region’s bald cypress tree and greenery.

“AC Naples is the perfect example of the design-driven guest experience synonymous with the AC Hotels by Marriott brand, providing everything guests need and nothing they don’t,” said Matthew Boettcher, vice president and global brand leader, distinctive select brands. “With practical comforts that balance form with function, and expanded guest experience touchpoints, the hotel is set to serve as a modern stay experience in the heart of Florida’s southwest coast.”

The hotel’s public spaces show a group of local and regional artists, all of whom explore forms, colors, and materials inspired by the Floridian landscape.

Located on the hotel’s third-story rooftop space, Limón has a Mediterranean menu with a modern twist.


AC Hotel Naples was developed and will be managed by OTO Development, part of The Johnson Group. Project partners include MHK Architecture & Planning, architect; DLR Group, interior designer; DeAngelis Diamond, general contractor; and Kevin Barry Art Advisory, art curator.

The new hotel is the hospitality component of Naples Square, a mixed-use development planned by Wheelock Street Capital and The Ronto Group which also includes nearly 300 condominium units and a 350-seat performing arts complex. Located on a corner of the city’s unofficial Main Street, AC Hotel Naples is surrounded by restaurants, retailers, and arts/entertainment venues such as Gulfshore Playhouse.

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