By the Caribbean Journal staff
The Four Seasons Resort Nevis is set to debut the first phase of its multimillion-dollar renovation project in December, the property told Caribbean Journal.
The first phase of the project at the 189-room resort will be completed Dec. 10, with completely redesigned guest rooms, an updated Great House lobby and the addition of a new restaurant and bar.
“We are thrilled to welcome visitors from around the world to our contemporary new take on Caribbean luxury,” says General Manager, Gonzalo Güelman Ros. “With unique Nevisian warmth and evocative design, our new Resort experience is the perfect place to spend a memorable holiday full of love, laughter and cherished moments with family and friends.”
The new food and beverage concepts include the Mediterranean-focused EsQuilina and the Crowned Monkey Rhum Bar, named for the Green Vervet monkeys who call Nevis home.