Travelled June 3rd-June 10th
Wow. Let me say that again, wow. If you are considering staying at this resort do not hesitate. Not only are the grounds the most manicured I have ever seen, the service is even better if you can wrap your head around that. The resort manager, Mr. Mohamed Elbanna personally greets every guest each day that you are on site at the resort to make sure everything is going great and to ask if you need anything. Everyone at the resort knows your name come the 2nd day at the property. The pool/beach attendants set up your chairs with towels and an umbrella if desired. Throughout the day the attendants bring two types of water, frozen fruits, & sorbet. All free. There is also free sun screen at the attendant stations if needed. The reflection pool is adults only and is a nice quiet spot to relax.
We did a catamaran trip ($66 per person) with snorkeling (3 hours) and played 18 holes on the resort golf course. If you want to save a few bucks play after 3pm as the greens fees are discounted 50 percent. We ate off property 5 of the 7 night we were there. We had dinner at coconut grove, bananas (twice), Nisbit, and Montpelier. All were top notch. Bananas was easily our favorite.
Taxi is 40 dollars US round trip from the resort to all of these restaurants and the driver waits for you in the parking lot to return.
Mangos was closed on site at the Four Seasons due to construction so we ate at Coral Grill twice.
Coral Grill is great but venture off site to experience the island.
If you’re a seafood fan, specifically lobster then this place is for you! Lobster is available on the island at every restaurant is reasonably priced because it is so abundant.
Spring for the Ocean Suite if you can as it is amazing. Its approx. 950 sq feet and has two decks, a bar, two tv’s, 3 closets, huge living room, dining area, etc.
The resort also did a “meet the management” cocktail hour on our second day at the Cabana Bar which was a nice touch. Can’t beat free drinks and appetizers! We also met the new General Manger (Sven) of the resort.
The place is pricey overall so be prepared. $15 for a pina colada, $7 for a beer, etc. 15 percent tip is already included in the price as well as the 12 percent island tax. Be prepared.
The only negative I could find about the resort is that the live bands end pretty early so if you’re out to dinner and return to the resort they are done playing. Also, they need to add 50 percent more landscape and pathway lighting. I actually called security to ask if they had an extra flashlight laying around that I could borrow for the week since it was sooo dark. They delivered one to my room within 30 minutes.
Carrie at the concierge desk is awesome, simply fantastic. Please utilize her talents.
The boat ride from St Kitts to Nevis is approx. 40 minutes and they serve complimentary beer, punch, and water. The resort will charge you $130 US per couple for a one way trip. $260 round trip.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Uncover a little-known wonder in the Caribbean: Nevis, sister island to St. Kitts in the tradewind-kissed Leeward Islands. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 4 Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies
- Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies Hotel Charlestown
- Four Seasons Hotel Charlestown
- Four Seasons Charlestown
- Four Season Nevis
- Charlestown Four Seasons
- Four Season Hotel Nevis
- 4 Seasons Nevis
- Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies Charlestown