Take some time away as a couple for Valentine’s Day this year. Naples Grande Beach Resort is offering an ultimate, beachfront date night package for the holiday of love. Couples can indulge together and enjoy an unforgettable night.
On Sunday, Feb. 14, couples booking this package enjoy a beachfront sunset in a private, queen-sized, beach-bed cabana surrounded by lit tiki torches. To make the experience even sweeter, the offer includes a bottle of Veuve Clicquot and a romantic picnic basket for two with appetizers and sweets. The VIP cabana is available 5–7:30 p.m., and some of those light bites include chocolate-covered strawberries, macarons, jumbo shrimp cocktail, cheese, charcuterie, hummus, crudite and baguette.
Rounding out the indulgence on this couple’s escape, the package also offers a choice of a guestroom with a balcony and Gulf views, or a Garden Villa surrounded by gardens and ponds. The bed will be set with rose petals on Valentine’s Day and a $100 resort credit allows guests to continue to spoil themselves at any of Naples Grande’s outlets, which include The Spa, The Catch of the Pelican, six additional on-site restaurants, watersports, tennis or golf.
Rates start at $629 per night, and the offer is valid for a two-night minimum stay. Book now.
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