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Four Seasons Nevis Marks 30th Anniversary

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - February 14, 2021

The resort that changed the tourism fortunes of Nevis forever is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. 

The resort, set on 350 acres on the edge of the island’s Pinney’s Beach, was the first-ever Four Seasons resort in the Caribbean region. 

The property recently completed a dramatic renovation project that included updates to all 189 rooms and changes across the resort’s dining concepts — along with the addition of a new pool. 

“While the Resort has certainly evolved over the years, one thing has consistently remained true – that’s our staff,” said Regional Vice President and General Manager, Yvette Thomas-Henry. “The team here at Four Seasons Resort Nevis is what makes Nevis such a special destination. Many of our team members have been with us since our opening day and continue to be the heartbeat of this Resort and share in the reverence of what it means to be a part of Four Seasons family and the words that [Four Seasons founder Isadore Sharp] built this brand on by making each guest feel at home and like family. Today, and every day, we celebrate with every single person who has crossed through our doors.”

St Kitts and Nevis has been open for tourism since late October. 

“As one of the first team members to join Four Seasons Resort Nevis when they opened, I’ve seen this Resort weather through challenges and always came out with grace and a continued sense of pride in the product,” said Mac Kee France, Director of Guest Experiences. “The 30th Anniversary doesn’t just mark the years of being open, it marks a statement that Four Seasons Resort Nevis is more than a hotel – it is an integral part of the community and the overall essence of Nevis.”

— CJ

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