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Right off the bat I want to state that I actually give this "resort" about 3 stars. Why am I putting it in the 1-star category? I believe modern American human nature is to look at the worst first, so I hope they read this...More
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Response from Mick M, Owner at Vanderbilt Beach ResortResponded 28 February 2015
We would like to thank this guest for his very honest and straightforward comments, especially his acknowledgement that his wife loved our property. We take guest feedback very seriously and while we are disappointed that this guest did not love his stay with us, we...More
I enjoyed a week in Naples at VBR in Jan 2015. It was one of my most enjoyable vacations to Florida. I tend to stay in places on the beach in a room with a beach view, and I am not willing to even cross...More
The hotel staff are simply awesome and here is why:
I was staying at the Vanderbilt Beach Resort for our annual training trip for swimming. I was playing beach volleyball when my wedding band came of my hand. As a team we tried searching around...More
I agree with past reviewers: good value and friendly service, the beach side location is superb with loungers provided, there is a small pool. The other advantage is that the turtle club restaurant and bar are right attached and make for a great sun-set dinner...More
What an absolute great find! I have stayed here twice in the past two months. The staff are fantastic and the rates are great for being right on the beach. They will set up your chairs and umbrella for you. The rooms are clean and...More
Our resort is open all year, although our restaurant, The Turtle Club, usually closes for a week or 2 in September for maintenance and cleaning. We particularly love August because the town of Naples is a bit emptier. It is... More
Our resort is open all year, although our restaurant, The Turtle Club, usually closes for a week or 2 in September for maintenance and cleaning. We particularly love August because the town of Naples is a bit emptier. It is usually pretty hot (perfect weather to lounge in the Gulf or in the pool), and the tropical afternoon/evening thundershowers roll in and out somewhat quickly, leaving our gardens lush and green.