Laura Layden | Naples Daily News
The iconic Ritz-Carlton, Naples will welcome back visitors this summer.
Shuttered since Hurricane Ian, the hard-hit resort on Vanderbilt Beach has announced a reopening date.
It won’t open in time for Fourth of July, but within days of it. The date of its return: July 6.
With its reopening, the resort will debut more than a few changes. And it’s hiring again, after laying off nearly 600 workers.
The coastal property was in the midst of a multimillion-dollar renovation when Ian hit in September, forcing an unexpected closure and triggering hundreds of layoffs.
With 474 rooms and suites, the resort promises to be bigger and better, as it ushers in a new chapter.
Upgrades include the new Vanderbilt Tower, with an expansive new club lounge and more than 70 club-level guest rooms.
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