The historic Mount Nevis hotel is officially back.
The beloved 45-room hotel in Nevis has begun welcoming back guests after a three year closure.
The family-owned and operated hotel, set on 17 acres in Nevis, returns after a refresh that included a refurbishment of all rooms and suites.
The hotel has also announced the addition of a new restaurant, led by Chef Liam, who comes to the island with a Michelin-star background and experience in some of the United Kingdom’s top kitchens.
“To have a historic hotel such as The Mount Nevis Hotel re-open is thrilling for us since this property encapsulates the beauty of our island for guests to enjoy,” said Devon Liburd, CEO of the Nevis Tourism Authority. “Providing travelers with excellent accommodation options continues elevating the Nevis experience.”
For more, visit the Mount Nevis Hotel.