Nevis is a tropical paradise that boasts breathtaking scenery, crystal-clear waters, and a rich cultural heritage. Whether you are looking for adventure, relaxation, or a little bit of both, Nevis has something to offer everyone. However, with so many resorts to choose from, it can be difficult to decide where to stay. In this blog post, we will guide you through the best Nevis resorts that are sure to make your vacation an unforgettable experience.

A Guide to the Best Nevis Resorts for Your Next Vacation

Four Seasons Resort Nevis

Four Seasons Nevis

This luxury resort is set amidst 350 acres of peaceful tropical gardens and boasts stunning views of the Caribbean Sea and the mountain. The resort features 196 rooms and suites, as well as 3 – 7 bedroom private villas that are perfect for families. Four Seasons Resort Nevis offers a wide range of activities, including golfing, tennis, and water sports. The resort also has several restaurants that serve delicious local and international cuisine.

I took a pickleball lesson here so I can finally join in on the craze. While taking a lesson there were a handful of monkeys hanging around. We also saw a lot of monkeys at sunset on the golf course. Check current rates.

Paradise Beach NevisParadise Beach Nevis

This ultra-luxury villa resort is situated on a secluded stretch of beach and villas that are perfect for families or couples traveling together. They currently have villas with 2 – 4 rooms but are building some bigger ones at the moment. Each villa has its own private plunge pool and outdoor patio.

Paradise Beach Nevis also has a range of amenities, including a beach bar that serves the best rum punch in Nevis and a restaurant that serves delicious Caribbean-inspired cuisine. They do not have a spa but they have a masseuse that can come to your villa for treatment. Check current rates.

Montpelier Plantation & BeachMontpelier Plantation & Beach

This boutique hotel is located on a 60-acre estate that was once a sugar plantation. The hotel features 19 rooms and suites that are designed to blend in with the natural surroundings. Montpelier Plantation & Beach also has a private beach club that is only accessible to hotel guests from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. If you end up like me and never manage to catch the beach club open then don’t despair, there’s a lovely pool with a bar.

The hotel’s restaurant, The Restaurant at Montpelier Plantation & Beach, is highly acclaimed and serves fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Check current rates.

Golden Rock InnGolden Rock Inn

This former sugar plantation has been transformed into a boutique hotel that features 11 rooms and suites. The hotel is set in a spectacular location, surrounded by lush tropical gardens. Golden Rock Inn is known for its tranquil setting and excellent dining options. The hotel’s restaurant, The Rocks, serves fresh, farm-to-table cuisine prepared by award-winning chefs.

None of the rooms have air conditioning so that’s why it is listed last. The property is so beautiful it’s worth going just for dinner but make sure you get there before sunset because you will want to see the property during the daylight. Check current rates.

In conclusion, Nevis is home to some of the most spectacular resorts in the Caribbean. Whether you are looking for a luxury resort, a boutique hotel, or a private villa, Nevis has something to offer everyone. We hope that this guide has helped you to choose the best Nevis resort for your next vacation. Whichever resort you choose, we are sure that you will be swept away by the natural beauty and warm hospitality of this island paradise.Best Nevis Resorts

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