Nevis is an island where your accommodations can heavily influence your overall enjoyment of your stay. The citizens in Nevis are focused on relaxation and a love of nature. The villas in Nevis reflect this focus and offer settings and amenities that will keep visitors fully engaged even if they never step foot outside their villas. While some of the villas on Nevis are individually owned, several are offered through the Four Seasons Resort. Regardless of which type of Nevis villa you choose, you’ll love the privacy and intimacy these former private homes have to offer.
Nevis is located between Puerto Rico and the Lesser Antilles archipelago. It is one of the less inhabited islands in the Caribbean, and perhaps, one of the most overlooked. The small island is still very natural despite the tourists that are beginning to discover its appeal. There are guest houses, private villas, and even a 5-star resort available on Nevis to accommodate visitors. Although is it not the most highly marketed of the Caribbean Islands, people who have stayed on Nevis in the past are becoming loyal, repeat visitors. They are forming friendships with many of the natives, and getting drawn into the easy, comfortable feel of island life.
The Four Season Resort on Nevis offers a full array of amenities for its guests. There are tennis courts, swimming pools, a Jacuzzi positioned outside so you can enjoy the scenery while you soak and an 18-hole golf course. There are also 4 full service restaurants on-site, so you won’t go hungry.
The hotels on Nevis are smaller than those you’ll find on some of the larger islands, but they offer many of the same benefits such as private balconies, maid and concierge service, private pools, etc. If you’re looking for a truly quaint experience, stay at a hotel that was converted from an old plantation. These hotels give their guests a glimpse into the past, while offering modern amenities like cell phone and internet service. Most of the hotels offer full service spas, and all are waiting to pamper you and help you leave all your cares and stress behind when you return to your room.
There are a number of large, private villas on the island. These estates are generally luxurious in nature, and self-containing with fully-equipped kitchens. They also often offer a staff that attends to the property at least several times a week. These villas usually sleep 6 or more people, and are located in close proximity to beaches, shopping, dining spots, and water sport facilities.
Restaurants on the island offer a cross-section of cuisine. You can choose from international fare, local delicacies, or more casual bistro menus. If you’re into an active nightlife, Nevis has lots of options to make your evening memorable. You can attend a pig roast at one of the local hotels, enjoy barbeque and drinks at a beach hot spot, or listen to live calypso music at any number of bars near the beach.