Discover Antigua’s colonial history, beautiful coastline and marinas before flying to the sleepy island of Nevis for a relaxing beach stay.
Four Seasons Resort Nevis
Located on the tiny island of Nevis, this luxurious resort is set right on the beach with views across the Caribbean sea. The tangled rainforests of Nevis lie behind, with Nevis Peak jutting up on the skyline. The attentive service and extensive list of facilities are in keeping with the Four Season’s high standards worldwide.
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The 189 guest rooms and suites are scattered along the coastline, grouped in clusters of two storey buildings nestled between well-manicured gardens and the hotel’s golf course. The rooms are stylish, elegant and equipped with the facilities you would expect from a Four Seasons resort, including luxurious marble bathrooms. Washers and dryers are also available for guest use within each building.
The Four Seasons resort sits on the western side of Nevis, on Pinney’s Beach — a three mile stretch of silver volcanic sand framing the tranquil Caribbean sea.
The resort enjoys a serene location, with a few local beach bars within walking distance. The quaint capital, Charlestown, is a 10 minute car drive away with shops and restaurants.
Food and drink
The range of dining options offered throughout the five restaurants should keep the most enthusiastic diner satisfied. The elegant Neve restaurant is open for breakfast with an extensive buffet as well as a la carte options- dine alfresco on the veranda.
Cabana is open for relaxed, pool-side dining with an internationally inspired á la carte lunchtime menu and bar. It’s also open for sunset drinks and snacks.
Mango is the hotel’s open-air restaurant right on the beach, perfectly located to catch the sun setting over Saint Kitts. Open for dinner, it serves a Caribbean infused a la carte menu. It’s also home to 101 Rum Bar which has a dazzling array of Caribbean rums to try.
The Coral Grill, open for dinner, is located in the centre of the resort, offering a wonderful selection of fresh seafood and prime cuts of meat that are grilled to perfection.
Finally, the Ocean Terrace offers Italian classics with a Caribbean twist. Open for dinner, it also serves an eclectic mix of cocktails, best enjoyed in the Library bar next door.
The Four Seasons is a haven for families, with an extensive list of activities. Its Kids For All Seasons programme runs daily for children aged 3 - 9, offering excursions off site as well as games and classes within the resort. Babysitting, separate child’s menus and an entertainment centre specifically for teenagers is also available.
The concierge will be happy to arrange excursions from the resort including deep sea fishing, snorkelling, horse riding or day trips to nearby islands. The dive and dine is a true Caribbean experience — catch your own lobster using traditional methods before watching your chef prepare it on a beach-side barbecue.
The hotel also works with the Sea Turtle Conservancy and from July to October, guests can volunteer to assist the group with identifying and marking sea turtle nests for safekeeping.
The Four Seasons offers the very best of the Caribbean — a lush, undeveloped island with a long stretch of beach. Yet with a few beach bars nearby, it’s not isolated. The array of activities on offer make it perfect for a long beach stay; and the extensive children’s program provides fuss-free family stay.
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