Four Season Nevis. You have to check this out

Posted by North South Travel · Oct 22 · in St Kitts and Nevis · about Hotels

The Four Seasons flagship stumps its authority once again with its St. Nevis branch. Located at Charlestown, the Four Seasons Resort Nevis boasts the tag of being the 'little wonder of Caribbean'. The views, the award winning spa, culinary exploits, over-attentive staff and the upscale amenities at the hotel puts it at the top of the Caribbean hospitality market. So if you are a business or leisure traveller, you better sit back and take notice.

Accommodations at the hotel include; guestrooms, suites, and private residence rentals. More specifically; there are 196 guestrooms and suites, 40 residence rentals, and 2 storey cottages.

Expect to enjoy the following amenities inside the accommodation units; full amenity bathroom, state-of-the-art entertainment equipment such as TV, DVD player, alarm clock radio and iHome/iPod docking stations. Others will include high-speed internet, in-room safe, a king bed or two double beds among others.

You are yet to know what culinary masterly is if you are yet to at the resort's restaurant. Your epicurean experience starts with fresh seafood and then followed up by Caribbean Rim cuisine. By the time the restaurants are through with you, your taste buds will have acquired new high-end tastes.

The restaurants include;

  • Mango - Open air and waterfront dining. You will be served with dishes such as grilled Mango, Spicy Sesame Vinaigrette, Avocado and Jumbo Lump
  • Coral Grill - Grilled Specialties
  • Neve - Nevisian gluten-free delicacies
  • Cabana - prime destination for sunbathers. It’s got a swim-up bar

Among the popular holiday activities at the resort include a visit to the spa, golfing, swimming, snorkeling, supervised kids' activities, hobie cats, and workouts at the fitness center, lounging by the pool, enjoying tropical cocktails and many more.

Make a reservation today. This destination will more than make up for all the years you have not visited the Caribbean.

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