Review of the Four Seasons Nevis Resort

Four Seasons Resort Nevis
Nevis isn’t a port for large cruise lines and it doesn’t have a large international airport, it is an island that time has forgotten. Which in my opinion is something to hold on to and cherish. It means that Nevis is the ultimate get away for really…getting away. And if you want to get away in style then the Four Seasons Resort of Nevis is the place.
Our good buddy Robert Curley from About.com has written a great review for the Four Seasons Nevis. It goes into great detail about the rooms, the food, recent changes to the resort and much more. Below is an excerpt of that review and a link to the full story.
Understated and elegant, the Four Seasons Nevis is a quiet refuge from the wider world, located on a laid-back island known for its natural beauty. Ravaged by a tropical storm several years ago, the Four Seasons has seen some changes but remains one of the true luxury destination resorts of the Caribbean.

Four Seasons Nevis Rooms and Accommodations

The Four Seasons has more rooms, by far, than any other hotel on Nevis, but smart architectural and landscaping choices keep the property from feeling overdeveloped or too spread out. All guest rooms are in low-rise, two-story buildings connected by winding footpaths and fronted by green lawns.

Our room decor was understated: yellow couches and bed linens, ivory tiled floors, and a wooden deck with wicker furniture. A ceiling fan over the bed kept the air moving; you can slide the louvered doors to the deck open to let in the fresh breezes, but there are no screens so that also means letting in some biting insects, too. The AC shuts off automatically when the doors open — a nice touch.

Read the full story here

Photos from fourseasons.com/nevis/

Four Seasons Nevis

Four Seasons Nevis

Four Seasons Nevis

Four Seasons Nevis

Four Seasons Nevis Information

Address: The Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies, P.O. Box 565, Pinney’s Beach, Charlestown, Nevis
Phone:1-869-469-1111
Website: http://www.fourseasons.com/nevis/
Rooms: 196 guest rooms, 40 rental residences, 2 cottages
Rates: $345-$4,000 nightly

If those photos don’t make you want to jump on the next flight Caribbean bound I don’t know what does. I’ve only seen Nevis from the south shore of St. Kitts and sailed close to it with Leeward Island Charters during a sunset cruise. During the cruise we got so close you could almost touch it. Well, it seemed that way at least. We were probably a half mile off shore, but it seemed so close. As with so many things, time ran short and a visit to Nevis disappeared during my stay on St. Kitts. Saddened to see it fade from my window on the airplane, I made a vow to return and explore everything Nevis has to offer. There’s just something about those off the beaten path islands.

If you’ve had the pleasure of staying at the Four Seasons Nevis I would love to hear your review. Leave a comment below.

Cheers!
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Comments

  1. I read the bio of Isadore Sharp, the founder of Four Seasons, and he went into great detail the building of this resort. Great story of how they had to train basically the entire island’s population how to deliver 5 star service, in a place where there were basically no other hotels…

  2. SOonthebeach says:

    I have been to the Four Seasons Nevis, and it is great! We drove around the whole island and stopped at many of the unique smaller hotels there. Great place- you should definitely go!

  3. Great tip D.J., I will have to read that as well. Sounds fascinating.

    Thanks for the comment SOonthebeach! Did you make it to Sunshine’s place? I’m guessing the answer is yes!

  4. I too have stayed here as well as just about every other island in the Caribbean, I can assure you I have not found a better, full service resort. Ryan, the only thing I found missing from your write-up is just how wonderful the people on Nevis are! The culture and personality of every single person is welcoming and wonderful – all of them happy to show you around or just let you relax.

  5. Great addition Scott! It was Robert Curley’s review that I just shared, but I agree, people that you meet make the trip. Cheers!

  6. Ryan… You should plan a trip to Nevis! (You do have a bag big enough that I can fit in right?)

  7. That I do BigKahuna. I’ll see what I can work out, so many islands, so little time. Cheers!

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