Four Seasons Nevis
Sprawling, oceanfront, family-friendly
Pinney's Beach Nevis 869-469-1111 www.fourseasons.com
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At a Glance
This family-oriented resort sprawls across hundreds of acres on Nevis’ west coast. The Four Seasons Nevis hotel spills down to a beautiful four-mile beach and features three pools, 10 tennis courts and an 18-hole golf course.
- The adults-only pool on one side of the property
- Casual beach bar restaurant Sunshines, just a short stroll from the Four Seasons
- For families with young children, the villas closer to the resort with golf-course views and private pools
Four Seasons Nevis Review
With its multiple infinity pools, well-appointed accommodations and myriad activities, including a Robert Trent Jones II–designed golf course and an extensive tennis program, the Four Seasons Nevis offers the type of experience that keeps everyone from toddlers to grandparents entertained and happy. The resort sprawls across hundreds of acres on Nevis’ west coast, spilling down to a four-mile beach. Guests should know that walking from end-to-end can take 15 minutes, and some of the villas are on a hilltop that is a golf cart–ride away from the main facilities. Where you book is key to how you want to spend your days. The resort offers three pools, ten tennis courts and the eighteen-hole golf course, and the volcanic island of Nevis itself is one for active travelers. There are recreational water activities, challenging hiking and beautiful beaches with low surf.
The resort has 196 guest rooms and suites, as well as more than 50 residences, all of which offer an updated take on traditional West Indian interiors and beautiful views. The décor includes comfortable furnishings, spacious bathrooms and all the high-tech amenities a modern traveler expects.
The Four Seasons Nevis is by no means the only resort in this part of the Caribbean that caters to families—it is, however, one of the few that does so and can boast top-notch service. Budding conservationists should visit in July, which is sea turtle nesting season. Guests of the Four Seasons can help patrol the beaches and mark turtle nests during the nighttime vigils, while kids can join a weekly sea turtle camp. An Indagare family traveling with two young children raved: “I just want to say what a fabulous time we had last year at Nevis. It was perfect with the kids.”
Who Should Stay
Four Seasons Resort Nevis is right for devotees who like the company’s aesthetic and are looking for a family-oriented, full-service resort with an impressive kids-club.