by Whitney Rife
There’s more to enjoy in Nevis besides the pristine, white sands and the perfect weather. Four Seasons offers spacious guest rooms, suites and villas that will enhance your Caribbean experience. Children are especially treated well with welcome gifts, small bathrobes and baby toiletries. Rooms are equipped with child-proof items, cribs and rollaway beds. Complimentary video game consoles are also available. Babysitting services can be arranged on request. Children under age 18 stay with parents for free. The grounds have an outdoor pool in the gardens and a sandy playground. Pinney’s Beach is steps away from the resort. Rooms are elegantly decorated with furnished outdoor verandas, marble bathrooms and posh bedding. Mango is an outdoor, patio-style dinner bistro that overlooks the beach. Coral Grill serves French cuisine at an indoor venue. Neve Restaurant offers breakfast buffets and Italian dinners. With the beach right on the resort, guests can sail, play water sports or scuba dive.
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Our Editor Loves
- Outdoor pool & beach
- Children's welcome gifts
- Three restaurants
My wife and I were extremely fortunate to occupy villa 1728 at the Four Seasons in Nevis during the end of September. The sense of remoteness and privacy on the lush hillside provided the quiet time together we were both looking for to mark our 30th anniversary during this stay. Add to this the unique amenities of the villa just put it over the top in experiences. The villa’s private infinity pool overlooking the west coast line of Nevis provided the perfect venue for watching the scenic sunsets. The master bedroom also afforded a waking view from the king size bed of the west coast skyline and flora around the pool. The bedroom’s en-suite bathroom provided choices of a large soaking tub, dual indoor showers, dual outdoor showers and two sink/vanity areas. Besides having a spacious living room and nicely equipped kitchen, it had a lower level housing exercise and massage rooms. We couldn’t resist taking advantage of the massage room and booked an in-villa, couples massage. Just being able to just walk back up to the pool afterwards relaxed to enjoy viewing a sunset added to the pleasurable atmosphere. Housekeeping was wonderful with both morning and evening services. Having our own golf cart to travel back and forth between the main resort facilities at the coast and the villa on the hillside provided entertaining experiences to share as we observed the many green Vervet Monkeys along the way and navigation challenges at night finding the way back to the villa. Even though the resort was still undergoing major renovations with several sections closed, the paradise of the villa made these inconveniences minor. The staff was wonderful and always helpful. We did go offsite for two dinners at eateries just a quick walk south along the beach. Sunshines Restaurant and Turtle Time Bar & Grill were excellent places and provided us the chance to experience more of the local culture vibe and cuisine. While this was probably a once-in-a-lifetime experience for us, we hope to have the ability to go back to this villa for a future anniversary and stay longer than the four nights of this recent stay.
Poor service, expensive overpriced for quality of experience. Offered services not delivered i.e in room breakfast - didnt even inform this service would not be delivered.Only positive about this hotel was the location and accessibility to other bars and restaurants.