If you are looking for luxury, service, privacy and views; then this is the resort for you! As soon as the driver pulled up to drop us off at Paradise Beach Resort, we knew we were in for a treat. The concierge team greeted us as we exited the car and their service and attentiveness was spot on throughout our stay. If you are looking for luxury, service, privacy and views; then this is the resort for you! I know we will be back.
Paradise Beach was great. We stayed in one of the beach houses right on the beach. The houses are very high end and the views unmatched! Stunning, stunning views. The beach here like everyone said is far superior to Four Seasons. We did go to Four Seasons for kind of a change of pace/pool day just to see what it was like. The food was better at 4S and it was nice to be able to use their fitness facility, live music etc...BUT that being said I would still prefer Paradise Beach!
This beach may be a little hard to find as it is not marked on the main road. We have called it sand dollar beach in the past as there are live sand dollars under your feet in the ocean. The Paradise beach hotel is currently closed and we get access to the beach on a dirt road just before St Thomas Primary School heading north. The dirt road has had a few improvement since Covid so it is a little easier to drive on, when you get to the end stay on the compacted areas as the beach sand is very loose. Very few other people mostly local use this beach but you may see an occasional person walking by since its just north of Pinneys and Four Seasons beach.
We stayed here for a week. When you stay somewhere, there is a lot to cover so don't be mad at the long review. 1. getting there was easy. as soon as we left the airport, the transportation was waiting and the process of getting the PB was easy! You will never touch your bag all the way to your room. 2. Arrival was great with the team waiting for to show you around and get you acclimated. 3. We stayed in one of the beach houses. 2 bedrooms right on the beach. The facilities between bed, bath, living area, kitchen, direct beach access, etc. does not get much better. 4. there is a great outdoor deck with lounge chairs, table and chairs and a small plunge pool. 5. The beach itself is awesome. Soft sand and the ocean water is very clean with no rocks, seaweed or anything else. You have your own set of lawn chairs on the beach. chair setup under the house for some additional shade. 6. the rest of the facilities are equally as good. Beautiful grounds and plenty of room to spread out. If you wanted no interaction with the other folks staying there, you could avoid most other contact. 7. Meals - one of the beach houses was converted into their kitchen (under the house) and bar on the top floor. They have several tables there in the shade to have any meals. It is open for breakfast and lunch every day. The dinner was open I think 3 times while we were there. We had breakfast 5 times there and i enjoyed it. They were willing to go a little off money and make just standard fried eggs, bacon and toast. 8. We only had one dinner here as we wanted to explore other places on the island as well. The one dinner was good, but with a small resort, they only have a couple of items for meals. Fish (which was good for us) is on just about every menu. 9. if i had a wish for the food, it would be to have a few staples to offer (turkey sandwich, tuna fish). Everything seems big and heavy (the size of the cheese burger was gigantic). 10. The concierge staff was very on top of things. they would stop by every day to check on us and make sure we knew what we had scheduled and if we wanted to add anything else. If you scheduled something, they always schedule a driver to go along with it. We had the same driver for most of the week and it worked great. A few other drivers we equally as gracious and friendly. I am giving this a 5 star review because it deserves it. But, the food prices i thought were pretty elevated. Breakfast was typically $70-$80 including a tip. A cheese burger and fries lunch was $38 each. I knew and paid it and am VERY happy with the stay. i know this is hard a small resort but i have stayed in similar places elsewhere and they find a way to make it work. BTW - the four Season (which we ate at a couple of times) is about a 15 minute walk down the beach. We felt very comfortable walking there and back in the dark as the island itself is VERY Safe. Overall, the facilities are great and i felt very secure and safe in this environment. if this privacy and beach front are important (and they are for me), this is a great solution. I have a ton of pictures, so if you want a particular shot, just let me know…
Best beach and hotel in Nevis! The beach alone is worth staying here (much better than four seasons) but the resort makes it even better. The staff and accommodations make it the perfect place to stay. The food in the restaurant was the best we had on the island as well and the rum punch is out of this world! Will 100% return. Only comment would be that it would be great to have a fitness room in the future!
We had a wonderful half-term week at Paradise Beach. We typically stay in Four Seasons resorts but decided to try this based on their website and various reviews. We were not disappointed! The "beach hut" in which we stayed was well fitted out and the staff friendly and efficient. This is one of the few places where one thinks twice about writing a good review - we'd rather like to keep it to ourselves!
the family spent some time here over xmas twinned with Antigua its very small, on the beach, chilled, 2 bed wooden cabin rooms on stilts. At peak periods the restaurant is open most of the time and we were extremely impressed buy the quality of cooking Service was first class from Donna the GM through to all the staff especially Alison at the bar If you are going to Nevis which is a beautiful small island stay here rather than the Four Seasons down the beach which looks awful after all the beach erosion. Sand there was dark brown nothing like the photos
Had a wonderful time. the beach and the experience were very enjoyable. the staff was genuine and warm. we rarely visit a place twice, we can't wait to come back here again, very soon. we loved every minute.
I honestly didn't know that such a beautiful place existed in the world. I will remember this trip for the rest of my life. We stayed in one of the private villas on the beach. It was beautifully furnished in a relaxed sea-side 'shabby-chic minus the shabby' style. Everything you could imagine needing was included, the kitchen was fully equipped and HAD A KETTLE (as a Brit this is always a bonus for me!), there was a torch for venturing out late (Nevis is so real and natural, there is very little artificial lighting, you can really see the stars :)), luscious bath products (Molton Brown ftw!) and plenty of cushions. There is equipment on the beach which you are welcome to use including kayaks and paddle-boards. I highly recommend taking out a kayak. How often do you have a stretch of maybe 200m of beach almost completely to yourself? Magical. The staff were, without exception, incredible and extremely accommodating. Having certain requirements due to recent illness, we were not the easiest of visitors but they went out of their way to be helpful and make our stay fantastic. In particular Camilla and Kimroi (apologies if bad spelling) were fantastic, they were in touch every day to ask if we needed anything and ready to answer our (MANY) questions at the drop of a hat. Housekeeping arrived several times a day to clean and provide turn-down service, bottles of water etc. They were super friendly and polite, we didn't even know what turn-down service was, I mean WOW. For local things to do we had so many amazing experiences. First and foremost, SUNSHINE'S BAR! We visited about ten times during our week's stay and were treated like royalty by Sunshine, Maria and Gabby <3 it's a very chill 'reggae' local place with amazing food (think grilled fish, fresh salad and traditional Caribbean dishes), and great live music. Sunshine will look after you :))) Going out on a catamaran is essential. We did the morning trip which includes lovely rum punch refreshments and a stop to snorkel and see all the amazing colourful fishies! Don't worry if you're not a strong swimmer, floatation devices (as well as all the necessary equipment) are available! The guys in charge were awesome. Very chilled, friendly and up for a little dance on deck after a couple of drinks (!). Also the sunset horseback ride along the beach is out of this world, Erica was a perfect tour-guide. It is a truly unmissable, a unique, relaxed way to explore some of the island close-up and 'behind the scenes'. We also did an 'easy' hike up to the waterfalls with Baba (who also drives a taxi and bought us to the hotel when we arrived). 'Easy' in Nevis is maybe 'moderate' in US/British terms! It took about 3 hours but was so so worth the effort. Baba was an excellent guide and stopped frequently to tell us about the local flora and fauna, what different plants were used for, now and historically. It gave us a whole other and extremely precious view of island life. The botanic gardens are tranquil and gorgeous. We saw lots of monkeys running around, lush vegetation and stunning flowers. We were the only two people there for a lot of the time! The purple drink (I've forgotten the name!) is very good and is made using some of the flowers from the garden. Perfect refreshment after walking around in the sun. All of our excursions were arranged by the concierge at Paradise Beach and the organisation and efficiency was mind-blowing. Can't rate them highly enough, you will be truly spoilt. For taxis there were many lovely drivers. In particular ask for Hollywood, Baba or Marvin! The cost of taxis is high but probably seems quite normal if you're the sort of person who can afford to come here! There is also a local bus which is fun and a great way to get a bit closer to local life and save some pennies. I can't comment on the price of our accommodation as I was lucky enough to be invited along by a friend who had won a competition (#winning!), it is not something either of us would ever be able to afford in normal circumstances! However, even for £1000/night I would say this was great value. My life's goal is to save enough to go back!…
This is a lovely little villa resort. Guests can easily self-cater with the vast kitchen and there’s a pre-arrival grocery service. However, it’s so easy to get around on Nevis and well with dining at some of the MANY fantastic restaurants nearby. Since I last visited, they have now opened a restaurant which serves daily continental breakfast- but you can order eggs any way too. Dinner is two evenings a week, we were there for the lobster bake. Great entertainment and a lovely atmosphere from the guests. Fantastic beach. If only a couple, or small family- would definitely recommend the new beachfront villas.
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