Four Seasons Nevis, West Indies

Pinney's Beach, Charlestown

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  • 1 Rooms,
  • 1 Adults

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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

Family Interests

  • Beach
  • Golf
  • Sailing

Family Amenities

  • Babysitting
  • DVD
  • Laundry
  • Pool


Not the Four Seasons you know and love....

by cw6455

I am just sad to say that this is not the Four Seasons that I have come to know and love. We are currently here at the resort (3/21/2019), and we are looking forward to leaving. I never thought I would say that. We have been to others, and I guess we were just spoiled. The cleaning staff are wonderful, and the grounds crew are trying their best (not a lot of rain since December, although it is raining today). They are very polite, and always smiling. Our trouble began when we got here, and had to wait for luggage for 1.5 hours...not a good start. The second day we were here we played golf. Note to golf course...when your course is burned out and the balls roll an additional 100-200 yards after landing, it is time to cut your prices. It was so ridiculously expensive to play on a course that was really not worth the money. Two people renting clubs comes to $630 a round. Come on! When your course is in this kind of condition, it is time to discount the rounds. We are good golfers, but it was challenging to keep the balls on the fairways. Only the greens are watered. Seriously, I believe a lot more people would play if the prices were more reasonable. We would have played at least 3 rounds if the cost was not prohibitive. It is time to change your thinking! Before anyone replies, YES, we know this is the Four Seasons. We expect breakfast for two to be no less than $100, lunch $75 (if you are not that hungry), and boy, if you eat off premises, plan on bringing at least $150-$200/couple. Our biggest complaint, however, is that you can just see that things are breaking down around here. The decks off of the rooms are galvanized wood, and they are in horrible shape. My fiancé got a splinter on the second day, which we removed ourselves and took care to make sure it did not get infected. On the third day, I tripped over a plank and just missed getting a 4" piece of wood stuck in my foot. I brought this to the attention of the consierge, and she thanked me. She assured me that she would get engineering out to take a look, and I have not heard from her since. We called to follow up and were told she was out..hmmmm, how convenient. My last irritation came when we were at the adult pool yesterday, and there were more than 4 'kids' there. I was assured that it was an adult pool, and no one under 18 was is the reason we hang out at the ADULT pool. There were more than 2-3 people looking for chairs, and those chairs were taken by kids (teens). This experience has soured me a bit, and I am not sure that I would ever come back here. We stayed at the Four Seasons in Costa Rica a few years ago, and it was amazing! Here...not so much. I have heard this resort is closing within the next few months to get some serious upgrades, which it absolutely needs. Note to management...upgrade your decks, the golf course, the landscaping, etc...

Breathtakingly beautiful and top class!

by deepika b

Stayed in Four Seasons, Nevis. It was amazing and what a luxury! The resort is extremely beautiful with great food and great views. In the evening we had a boat ride for sunset sailing.... and had the full moon. Next day we went to this gorgeous island tour.... Taxi Arranged by Four Seasons. The driver was good and showed us around.... Good that we opted for it. The staff was very friendly, very courteous and their Punch drink is fab! Would love to visit again! :)