Four Seasons Resort – Nevis
What We Love
- Works for families as well as couples thanks to a kids program and an adults-only swimming pool, for those who prefer a quiet getaway
- The Nevisian produce served at “farm to fork” seaside eatery Mango; the fresh seafood caught by local fisherman at Pinney’s Beach and grilled for guests
- Luxurious touches, like the poolside towel butlers
What To Know
- Ferry picks up guests in St. Kitts and delivers them to the resort; rum punch, water, cool towels and sunscreen are provided onboard
- Some rooms are far from the resort’s main restaurants; call for a golf cart or request a room near the main pool
- Nevis is a sleepy sort of island, so off-property nightlife and shopping opportunities are limited
- Adults Only
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Island colonial. Public spaces are airy, open-sided pavilions decorated with traditional West Indian gingerbread-style woodwork and surrounded by perfectly manicured lawns and lush landscaping. From the beach, take in dramatic views of emerald-green Nevis Peak, which is often swirled in mist even when it’s sunny on the beach.
Bed and Bath
Guestrooms feature teak furnishings, spacious seating areas and shaded outdoor spaces; many are decorated in soothing, preppy shades of navy or yellow and white. The classic, crisp island look is completed by white wooden shutters. The oversize bathrooms feature products from L’Occitane and heaps of fluffy towels, while the tiled flooring throughout both rooms provides a cool respite from a day at the beach.
A vertigo-inducing golf cart ride takes guests through the hills to the Robert Trent Jones Jr. golf course, which offers dramatic views of St. Kitts and the deep blue sea beyond. There are plenty of ways to stay active: on the tennis courts, at the Sail Laser school, in the state-of-the art fitness center or on guided excursions to the island’s rain forest hiking trails. For those looking for something more restorative, the resort’s spa offers treatments using its custom Coconut Frangipani line, as well as a serene plunge pool.
In the Area
Nevis’s colonial history dates back to the 1600s. The island is dotted with former plantation homes, historical sights, and the redolent ruins of old sugar mills. Check out the birthplace of Alexander Hamilton; have dinner at Montpelier Plantation, which was once visited by Princess Diana; and throw caution to the wind with a Killer Bee rum punch at Sunshine’s, a seaside shack that’s just a short stumble from the resort.
How to Get There
If you are looking for a getaway with luxury this is it! This place is 5 stars for a reason. The spa is super nice and offers full spa services. My daughter and I each got massages here and really enjoyed the experience.
People are great - everyone makes you feel special We plan on returning next year Expensive but well worth it Room is beautiful Pool area is gorgeous Great location Breakfast is wonderful buffet - Mango Restaurant is great - fantastic views
The Four Seasons recently renovated the rooms and is currently undergoing a 4 month renovation of the pool area, front lobby and entrance. While we were there they were hosting a job fair for workers for the construction and renovations. I was glad to see that they planned to use local help.
The hotel is gorgeous. It's such a pretty setting with the golf course and rolling hills behind you and the ocean in front of you. The service was top notch, just as you would expect at a Four Seasons. The quite pools were very relaxing, with excellent pool side service. The food is really good, but expensive. We walked down the beach about a half of a mile to some small little beach front restaurants a few times for lunch. Turtle Time and Lime are both very good.
I had a deep tissue massage in the spa that was simply amazing. One of the best massages I've had.
Had a great stay at the four seasons on Nevis. Peaceful great food and great location. Played golf, the monkeys were something new but did not bother our foursome. Staff was very attentive but not pushy, no beggars trying to see you anything on the beach.
This is a beautiful area and the resort rooms are very nice. The pool areas could have been updated and the service was not what I am used to from a Four Seasons Resort. The golf course was not in good shape. In comparison to the Four Seasons in Costa Rica (golf course is pristine!) the Four Seasons course in Nevis was not really anything special. Fairways were brown and greens were not well maintained. It was just okay.