The Return of a Caribbean Paradise on Nevis
Long-time fans are already planning their return to Four Seasons Resort Nevis. The Resort has been closed because of impacts from Hurricane Omar, which passed through the Caribbean islands of St. Kitts and Nevis in October 2008.
This intimate Four Seasons hideaway has always had a group of devotees who love its pristine nature, low-key atmosphere, and friendly, unassuming staff.
Inspired by fond memories from past guests, here are seven favourite Four Seasons experiences in Nevis not to be missed:
1. A Uniquely Warm Welcome
Cruise the Caribbean waves and arrive at the dock of Four Seasons Resort Nevis, after the 30-minute boat ride from St. Kitts. Smiling faces welcome you, handing you a chilled fruit punch sprinkled with Nevisian nutmeg.
2. Leisurely Breakfasts
Wake up to the sound of waves and a tropical breakfast on the terrace of your guest room. Taste slices of local papaya and mango, while deciding between tennis and horseback riding.
3. Golf With a View
Play the Robert Trent Jones II golf course, climbing the hill to the signature 15th hole and witnessing a breathtaking panorama of mountain, sea and jungle—and spot green vervet monkeys along the way!
4. Indulge the Senses
Slow down at the Spa, where gingerbread cottages surround lush, aroma-filled gardens. Feel every muscle in your body relax as you indulge every one of your senses.
5. Enjoy the Pool: Lounge with a book at the tranquil Reflection Pool, just a few steps from the sea. Enjoy the blissful quiet and beach views as Four Seasons attendants cater to your every need.
6. Nature Quest: Watch your kids discover wildlife. Search for lizards, sand crabs and signs of sea turtles—inspired by the Kids For All Seasons “adopt a turtle” programme.
7. Intimate Dining: Toast the sunset as you savour a dinner of freshly caught Mahi Mahi or spiny lobster at Mango restaurant. Share the magic as sparkling lights appear on St. Kitts and the brightest stars fill the sky.
To plan your return to Nevis—or to discover it for the first time—check out the special reopening rates.