Grande Dominica – The Dunes-Naples
Grande Dominica is an eighteen-story high rise that offers spacious condominium residences with spectacular views of the beautiful Gulf of Mexico. These spacious condos include formal living and dining rooms, family rooms, morning rooms and large master suites and baths. Grande Dominica, Naples, Florida offers front and gulf facing lanais with expansive water and city views. Elegant private vestibule entries for each tower provide an intimate and exclusive ambiance unique to the wonderous Grande Preserve.
Amenities include porte cochere entry with tropical landscaping, heated private swimming pool with spa, expansive sun deck and outdoor grills. Grande Dominica residents enjoy all the resort amenities of The Plantation Club, plus a private Concierge Center with concierge services, conference room, business center, living room and catering kitchen.
Many units offer a private membership to the Floridian Club; a private beach club. The Floridian Club is a fully staffed beach club offering members food and drink services, gulf front swimming pool and private beach access. Although a short distance outside the gates of The Dunes, The Floridian Club provides hourly shuttle service to members and their guests.
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