Four Seasons Resort Nevis

Laid-back luxury in the West Indies
VERIFIED LUXURY
When you want to get away, Four Seasons Resort Nevis is an easy but hidden escape. Set apart from some of the more touristy islands such as St. Barths and Turks and Caicos, the relatively remote and small Nevis harkens back to an older time when afternoons of slowly sipping coconut rum on golden beaches was all that was on the itinerary.

Set on Nevis’ famed Pinney’s Beach, Four Seasons offers 189 recently refreshed guest rooms and suites in two-story plantation-style cottages. As part of a multi-million dollar facelift, the resort has also introduced two brand-new dining concepts: Mediterranean-inspired EsQuilina and cigar and cocktail lounge crowned monkey RUM BAR. 

The sprawling grounds also boast 50 villas, picture-perfect palm tree groves, a variety of free-form infinity pools, four restaurants and four bars, a golf course that’s a Caribbean favorite (keep an eye out for island monkeys swinging through the tree tops) and a relaxing spa with lava rock waterfalls and sala decks with plunge pools.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Three infinity pools are scattered on the property. The serene, adults-only option overlooking the sea beckons. Spend your days alternating between laps in the warm water and relaxing on the teak deck, sipping guava-infused water.
  • The Nevis hotel caters to families. There’s an all-ages pool (the adults’ pool is on the other side of the resort); a fun Kids For All Seasons program, a teen room equipped with video games, and a daily schedule packed with activities.
  • Managed by Peter Burwash International, the tennis facilities offer four red clay courts (two lit for night play) and four hard courts (three lit for night play) and two Astro turf courts (both lit for night play). Professional instruction is available, and every accessory you need is at the pro shop in the sports pavilion.
  • Golfers will line up to play on the striking 18-hole Robert Trent Jones II course that’s set amid the rainforest and gives you both mountain and sea views.
  • For an extra luxe afternoon under the sun, book one of the charming beach houses or poolside cabanas. Plush seating, Wi-Fi connectivity and stellar views promise a day of relaxation. 
Things to Know
  • Nevis has its own airport, but Vance W. Amory International is limited to small commercial flights and private charters on its single runway.
  • Most guests arrive in St. Kitts’ Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport. From there, Four Seasons Nevis shuttles you to Christophe Harbour — it’s a short but scenic trip — where you then take an 18-minute speedboat ride right to the hotel’s own dock. It’s all included in your stay. 
  • While a majority of people clamor for rooms with water views, the peak vistas are what makes Nevis special. So consider booking mountain-facing accommodations.
  • The Nevis resort is currently undergoing the second phase of its stylish renovation, including a redesign of the signature main pool, a new beachfront restaurant (On the Dune) and enhanced public spaces, all expected to debut this fall. 
The Rooms
  • The newly redesigned guest rooms and suites boast a lighter, airier vibe. Look out for pops of color from locally inspired artwork, including vibrant motifs of the island's mischievous Green Vervet monkeys.
  • Accommodations are outfitted with the Four Seasons’ signature customizable mattress toppers, large flat-screen TVs, private balconies or patios, plantation-style shutters to keep out the bright sun, and enormous marble bathrooms.
  • The roomy residential villas range from one to seven bedrooms. You'll feel at home with your own private pool and beautifully landscaped gardens, while still having access to all of the resort amenities.
  • All rooms overlook the sea or Nevis Peak. Some also have views of the ground’s tropical landscape or the pool.
  • Every cottage and villa comes with washers and dryers, a godsend for traveling families. Detergent is also provided.
The Restaurants
  • The most memorable of the dining options at the Nevis hotel is Mango. The posh alfresco, waterfront restaurant features Caribbean Rim cuisine and sweeping sunset vistas.
  • At Mango, don’t miss the succulent jerk ribs slathered with a sweet mango-habanero sauce and thick cassava fries. Another favorite is the slow-poached Caribbean spiny lobster.
  • EsQuilina serve modern Mediterranean fare each evening, including a giant crudo bar featuring fresh raw seafood and charcuterie. A new chef's table promises an unforgettable, interactive dinner experience.
  • The new crowned monkey RUM BAR continues the luxury hotel's legacy of serving a spectacular rum collection, alongside a fine selection of cigars and light bites.
  • Debuting this December, On the Dune will offer fresh seafood specialties and tropical tipples in a toes-in-the-sand atmosphere. After nightfall, the eatery will boast a beach party vibe with dinner, dancing and late-night entertainment. 
Getting There
P.O Box 565, Pinney’s Beach, Charlestown, Nevis, West Indies
TEL869-469-1111
TEL869-469-6234
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
SKB (Speedboat)   NEV  
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