Welcome Back to Four Seasons Resort Nevis


With its 20th birthday around the corner, Four Seasons Resort Nevis – the only AAA Five Diamond property in the region – is now welcoming guests for the festive season. The Resort’s two-year closure due to hurricane damage has been an opportunity to create new experiences for its many returning guests, and to offer new visitors more reasons to come to Nevis than ever.

“We have so many surprises in store, and can’t wait to give a warm Nevisian welcome to our guests,” says Regional Vice President and General Manager Andrew Humphries, who leads a team of close to 700 staff, who are mostly local islanders. “The Resort has so much to offer, whether it’s a fun-filled family vacation, a food lover’s adventure, a much-needed spa retreat, an active week on the golf course or in the water, or a romantic experience for two.”

As snow continues to blanket the US and Canada, a beachfront vacation on a sunny, quiet island steeped in plantation history is just a few clicks away. Four Seasons Resort Nevis has several value packages to choose from. The Stay Longer package offers a fourth night free when booking three nights’ accommodations, including Private Residence Villa rentals. The Experience More package offers a daily Resort credit, while additional packages are designed for couples, spa enthusiasts and golfers. Triathletes are invited to enter the annual Tristar111 Nevis Triathalon on April 2, 2011; registration is limited to just 500 athletes, and accommodations fill up quickly, so early booking is advised.

New at Four Seasons Resort Nevis

Dining – Coral Grill is the newest dining experience on the island, featuring USDA Prime cuts of meat and ocean-fresh seafood, grilled and perfectly paired with sauces, rubs and sides. Not to be missed: Executive Chef Andreas Donnerbauer’s new signature dish, the Parrillada for two featuring a selection of grilled meats and fish.

At Mango, the menu takes advantage of the island’s bounty of fruits, vegetables, herbs and seafood. Every guest should try: Mango’s own Mixed Seafood Stew, braised in coconut and lemongrass.

Back on the menu is the popular Dive and Dine program, which sees chefs and guests donning their scuba gear to catch fresh seafood for the evening’s meal.

Sailing – The new on-site Sail-Laser Sailing School, affiliated with world-renowned Laser Performance, offers an eight-hour training course over two days on a range of boats suited to seafaring fun for ages seven and up.

Spa – With its lush gardens and gingerbread cottages, the Spa at Four Seasons Resort Nevis invites guests to retreat into a world of relaxation and rejuvenation. New Spa Director Nancy Mitchell has added several tempting new treatments to the award-winning spa menu. Upon arrival, indulge in the Paradise Duet, which includes a Jet Lag Facial and an Island Hopper massage, which uses a variety of techniques. Later, treat the whole body to the Golden Sugar Skin Buff or Volcanic Mud Mask. While the golfers are out on the course, enjoy the four-hour Golf Widow’s package, which includes massage, facial and mani-pedi. And returning guests need not worry – signature experiences such as the Rum Tonic treatment and Papaya Hot Stone massage are available as always.

Accommodations – Four all-new 200-square-foot (19-square-metre) cabana-style beach houses beckon guests to an oceanfront day in the sand, and all 196 rooms and suites at the Resort have been refurbished.

Guests can also rent a Private Residence Villa or Estate Home. These fully-appointed Nevisian-style houses range from three to six bedrooms, and are ideal for families and friends travelling together, or guests seeking greater privacy or a longer stay on the island. And, it’s as easy as booking a room at fourseasons.com.

More Fun in the Sun

For many years, Four Seasons Resort Nevis has partnered with the Sea Turtle Conservancy (formerly the Caribbean Conservation Corporation) and the volunteer Nevis Turtle Group to save endangered sea turtles through conservation and education programs. While the Resort has been closed, the program has continued to thrive, and tagged turtles will be making appearances again this season.

Soon, children can be part of the action at Kids for All Seasons once again as they learn about turtles, play games and create turtle-inspired crafts. Upon returning home, they can continue to track their new friends online thanks to the program’s GPS tagging.

Most recently ranked the #1 Golf Resort in the Caribbean by Condé Nast Traveler, the Resort’s Robert Trent Jones II golf course has enjoyed a two year rest, and is now playing better than ever.


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