Aerial of Trianon in Old Naples, which recently sold.

The upscale Trianon hotel in Old Naples has sold, fetching nearly $24.5 million.

Property records show the deal closed Nov. 1. The exact price tag: $24,451,850.

The new owner is Ocean Properties, one of the largest hotel owners and operators in Florida. Most of its properties are owned and run by descendants of the brand’s patriarch Tom Walsh.

Earlier this year, the Camalier family, longtime Neapolitans, announced a partnership with Ocean Properties to build and operate the Old Naples Hotel on Third Street South in Naples.

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A rendering of the Old Naples Hotel planned for Third Street South.

The Trianon isn’t far from the planned hotel. It’s at 955 Seventh Ave. S., steps from Fifth Avenue South, Naples’ unofficial main street.

The more intimate property has 58 guest rooms. Built in 1997, the three-story hotel saw its last major renovation in 2011. It sits on a little more than an acre in a historic residential setting.

The Trianon saw little damage from Ian and it’s open for business as usual.

The property went up for sale before the hurricane.

Hunter Hotel Advisors handled the transaction for the sellers.

Despite the damage wrought by Hurricane Ian in Naples, Ocean Properties remains bullish on the area, said Sophia Pittaluga, with Hunter’s Miami office, who brokered the sale with partner Robert Taylor.