Four Seasons Resort Nevis is making its list and checking it twice to give guests a special gift when travelling to the unspoiled island destination this holiday season. The first phase of the multi-million dollar enhancement project will be completed on December 10th, 2018 unveiling a fresh take on a timeless Caribbean experience that includes completely redesigned guest rooms, an updated Great House lobby and two brand new restaurants.
“We are thrilled to welcome visitors from around the world to our contemporary new take on Caribbean luxury,” says General Manager, Gonzalo Guelman Ros. “With unique Nevisian warmth and evocative design, our new resort experience is the perfect place to spend a memorable holiday.”
Guest Rooms and Suites
The189 guest rooms and suites feature a lighter and fresher décor. Design details reference a chic and fashionable voice of the Caribbean spirit and soul: new wall covers reference the British botanical patterns favored by the rich fabrics of 19th century England, but rendered in a fashionably contemporary pale sea-foam green that recalls the island’s frothy shoreline; the multi-colored geometric carpet is inspired by the legacy of Caribbean stained glass windows; and the desk chairs are inspired by the flora and fauna of Nevis, with particular affection for the Green Vervet monkeys that are iconic ambassadors of the island.
The redesigned Great House features inviting open-air gathering spaces that exude a see-and-be-seen resort vibe. The new lobby, like the accommodations, incorporates classic elements of the traditional Nevisian aesthetic, modernized with a bright and breezy décor for a 21st century experience.Culinary Concepts
The resort’s new restaurant and bar – EsQuilina and Crowned Monkey Rhum Bar –introduce striking spaces highlighted by a combination of natural colors and island-inspired art that pair perfectly with innovative menus featuring fresh, seasonal and locally-sourced cuisine.EsQuilina is offering a bustling and interactive breakfast buffet with a vibrant presentation of sliced local fruit, house-made granola and organic yogurts. A fresh pressed juice and smoothie bar also features locally grown jackfruit, soursop, dragon fruit, mango and guava, among other fresh fruits and vegetables.
In the evenings, EsQuilina serves a Mediterranean-inspired menu, spanning influences from the Coastal Mediterranean to the Caribbean. A giant crudo bar with raw seafood and charcuterie, fresh fish grilled in a wood fire and more regional delights take diners on a culinary journey that is rich in history and culture as well as tastes and flavors.
Along with its new look, the resort has also planned a variety of experience for guests during the holiday season. Holiday travelers can enjoy in-the-spirit culinary options, including special menus at all resort restaurants, nightly activities like Rosé and Beer on the Pier and the “Taste of Nevis” dining experience, as well as a wide range of activities on land and sea, including an endless array of watersports golf and tennis clinics and much more
For further information and reservations, please visit www.fourseasons.com/nevis, call (869) 469 6238 or contact your travel professional (chain code FS.)