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Already dreaming about a winter get-away? Whether you're planning a weekend jaunt or a week-long vacation, when it comes to choosing accommodation consider staying at a small boutique hotel! A boutique hotel, like the breezy Inn at Pelican Bay, located in stunning southwest Florida, can enrich your vacation in ways that you've never dreamt of! These are a few of our favorite reasons to stay at a small boutique hotel.
A small boutique hotel offers you an unforgettable experience
While a standardized hotel chain may seem like an easy choice for accommodation, a small boutique hotel provides the kind of uniquely charming experience we're all hoping for during a vacation. When we travel, we hope for unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, the kind that you can only get at idyllic settings like the Inn at Pelican Bay. Small boutique hotels offer up individual flavors, ambiances, and personalities.
A small boutique hotel can tend to your needs
A homemade, complimentary breakfast as good as the one that your grandmother makes? Check. Incredible attention to details? Check. Obtaining that perfect floral bouquet for a loved one? Check, again! A small boutique hotel, like the Inn at Pelican Bay, can anticipate your needs and tend to them in the way you absolutely deserve when you're on vacation.
Service at small boutique hotels is absolutely impeccable
The Inn at Pelican Bay provides flawless, unbeatable service that is known for being among the best of hotel staff in all of Florida. We all love a friendly face and warm welcome when we're heading to our home away from home, and the Inn at Pelican Bay ensures that you'll feel like one of the family during your entire stay.
Escape the chilly winter blues and spend a few warm days (or weeks!) at a small boutique hotel. Consider venturing south to the Inn at Pelican Bay in Naples, Florida, where you can enjoy the gorgeous azure waters of the Gulf of Mexico, sugar-soft sand, and world-class dining.