The Four Seasons Nevis Has a New Caribbean Residents Rate

four seasons nevis foodThe Four Seasons Resort Nevis.

Do you live in the Caribbean? One hotel has a package just for you.

The Four Seasons Resort Nevis is welcoming Caribbean residents with a new $265 nightly rate.

The offer includes accommodations in a Nevis Peak View room, daily breakfast buffet for two in Neve restaurant, 20-percent discount on dining and a 50-percent on golf.

Caribbean vacationers can take advantage of daily direct air service to Nevis with Seaborne Airlines and Tradewind Aviation from San Juan, Puerto Rico; WinAir from St. Maarten; Caribbean Helicopters from Antigua; Air Sunshine from St. Thomas, Tortola and Virgin Gorda; and Trans Anguilla Air from Anguilla.

Tradewind Aviation also offers weekly flights to Nevis from St. Barth.

The NEV airport is a 15-minute taxi ride from the Resort, at only $35 one-way for up to four guests.

Guests can also fly into St. Kitts airport and take the private Four Seasons boat to the resort’s on-property pier.

Upon arrival at the resort, guests can enjoy a wealth of luxurious resort amenities, including three infinity-edge pools, two miles of beaches with complimentary non-motorized watersports, a 12,000 square-foot 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 dining experiences– from a breakfast buffet in Neve restaurant and daytime dining at the new Kastawey Beach Bar, to sunset dinners and the idyllic waterfront restaurant Mango.

“We’re very happy to extend this great rate to our Caribbean neighbors,” said Ed Gannon, general manager of Four Seasons Resort Nevis. “The value and luxury experience offered provides a perfect and memorable getaway without having to go very far at all.”

The offer is based on double occupancy and is valid for stays through December 16, 2017, based on availability.

Proof of Caribbean residence (passport, resident card or driver’s license) is required at check-in.

 

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