Four Seasons Resort Nevis will re-open in December
One of the best hotels in the Caribbean, the Four Seasons Resort Nevis, will re-open on December 15 with a chic new look and feel and the same friendly Nevisian smiles. The resort was damaged by Hurricane Omar in October 2008 which passed through the islands of St. Kitts & Nevis and it was closed since and went through a complete renovation.
The beautiful island of Nevis is a little wonder in the Caribbean and the Four Seasons resort always offered the best accommodations here to enjoy the near perfect water and the lovely silken sand. The resort features 196 spacious, luxurious guest rooms and suites in 12 two-story guest buildings just steps from the beach and exclusive villas with two to six bedrooms.
Four Seasons Resort Nevis offers several swimming pools, an award winning spa, tennis and kids facilities, many water sports and trips in the nature but probably the unspoiled environment, perfect for its romantic settings and also with a rich history and culture is what every guest likes the most.
Another attraction of this resort, the beautiful 18-hole mountainous links golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones II, was not damaged by the hurricane and it has remained fully operational. Rates range from $595 per night or a deluxe mountain side room to $4,200 a night for a luxury suite.