Four Seasons Resort Nevis, the Caribbean’s iconic AAA Five Diamond resort is undergoing a massive renovation, which will set it up as one of the top Caribbean destinations. Spearheaded by BGMI (Bill and Melinda Gates Investments) this resort will be a true respite at the highest level of luxury. Four Seasons Resort Nevis is a tranquil space in the heart of the Caribbean, lifetimes away from any hustle and bustle. With no traffic lights, no fast food, and no building taller than a coconut tree or built above 1,000 feet (300 meters) elevation. The redesign is by the international luxury hotel, resort, spa, restaurant and estate designer Todd-Avery Lenehan, founder, and principal of TAL Studio, considering one of the top hotel designers in the world today.

Built on a former sugar and coconut plantation dating to the late 1790s, guests become enveloped by the serenity of the Resort’s lush surroundings – from the moment they catch a glimpse of the iconic Nevis Peak, hear the sound of palm trees swaying in the wind or the feel of sugar-soft sand between their toes – beginning a journey of pure relaxation and tranquility.

Upon arrival at the Resort, guests can enjoy a wealth of resort amenities, including three infinity-edge pools, two miles (3.2 kilometers) of sugar-soft beaches with complimentary non-motorised watersports, a 12,000 square-foot (1,100 square meter) Spa, a Robert Trent Jones II championship golf course and a 10-court tennis facility. Eight gourmet restaurants and bars offer a wide range of fresh, locally-sourced and delicious dining experiences – from daytime limin’ at the Kastawey Beach Bar to sunset dinners at the idyllic waterfront restaurant Mango.



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