Four Seasons Nevis | Caribbean beach resort

I'm just back from a brief stay at Four Seasons Nevis where I enjoyed four days in the sun. The trip from California to Nevis was quite a journey: a flight to Miami (where we overnighted at the Four Seasons Miami), a flight to St. Kitts (where Four Seasons representatives whisked away our bags which were already in our room when we arrived), and finally a 45 minute cruise to Nevis. The slow approach by boat was the ideal way to arrive, as we cruised into the resort's dock and saw the cloud-topped [dormant] volcano at the center of the island.

What to expect once you arrive?

Piney Beach

one of three resort pools (one of which is for adults only)

guest rooms are in two-story buildings

Nevisian architectural motifs create a sense of location

Four Seasons Nevis is well worth consideration by vacationers who can fly non-stop to St. Kitts from Miami (daily flights), New York, Atlanta, Charlotte, and London. Rooms are large and comfortable with patios on the ground floor and balconies on the second floor - although screen doors would be a welcome addition! Each room has a great Four Seasons bathroom equipped with a large dual vanity, separate soaking tub and step-in shower, and W.C. There is a golf course on property as well as tennis courts, water sports, a spa, and three restaurants. Nevis is not the destination if you want nightlife off-property, but if what you want is a quiet place to enjoy a romantic getaway - or a safe and fun family vacation - Four Seasons Nevis is a great choice.

Four Seasons Preferred Partner guests receive:
  • Daily full American breakfast for two people per bedroom, served through In-Room Dining or in the hotel restaurant (including buffets)
  • Spa, tennis, or golf credit of USD100 once during stay (not applicable to pro shop purchases)
  • Upgrade of one category, based on availability at time of check-in (excluding signature suites and villas)
  • Complimentary high-speed Internet access for all suite bookings

Four Seasons Nevis (search here on Google)

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