Four Seasons Resort

Nevis West Indies

Four Seasons Nevis is an exclusive, five-star resort. It enjoys an idyllic location on Pinney’s Beach – the best one on the island.

This one-of-a-kind destination offers laid-back luxury, along with a range of first-class amenities. As well as 10 tennis courts, a Robert Trent Jones-designed golf course, a multitude of watersports and a daily children’s program, there’s also a state-of-the-art gym, where you can enjoy yoga and Pilates classes with top-level instructors.

Golf Course at Four Seasons Nevis

Golf Course

Tee off on one of the world's best courses

A stunning golf course, designed by Robert Trent Jones II, backs onto the resort. Its immaculately maintained greens have great views over the ocean and mountains, as well as neighboring St Kitts.

You’re never far from nature on Nevis, and the trees surrounding the course play host to hummingbirds and vervet monkeys.

The PGA stars who play here speak highly of the course and its varied terrain. Though it offers the experienced golfer plenty of challenges, it’s also a place where novices can have fun. And there are golf pros on hand to help improve your game, whatever your level.

Outdoor Dining at Mango

Dining

A taste of the Caribbean

Four Seasons Resort Nevis is home to four restaurants and an elegant Library Bar, giving you a range of dining options.

Cabana, with its delicious menu of net-fresh seafood and salads, is the place for a laid-back poolside lunch. Mango, meanwhile, is one of the island’s culinary highlights and a must-visit for all visitors to the island. Here you can eat classic West Indian dishes with the waves lapping at your feet and spectacular ocean views.

And for pure, colonial elegance, it has to be the Great House, where you can take a seat on the verandah and enjoy local breakfast specialties like lobster hash. The Coral Grill, meanwhile, is a upbeat restaurant known for its legendary BBQ jerk pork ribs.

Caribbean fusion massage

Spa & Fitness

Discover true relaxation

The spa at Four Seasons Nevis is a tropical sanctuary designed to relax and rejuvenate.

Here you can have massage therapies, facials and body treatments, all administered by our expert practitioners.

Treatments can be enjoyed in our well-appointed treatment rooms, or outdoors, surrounded by beautiful flora and fauna. There are plunge pools for dipping in, as well as a sauna for relaxing.

And you can maintain your exercise regime at our state-of-the-art gym, equipped with TechnoGym cardio machines and weights. Our personal trainers are available to make sure you achieve your fitness goals.

Watersports

Watersports

Make waves in Nevis

From snorkelling to wakeboarding, there’s a huge choice of watersports on offer.

The Resort has a watersports activities desk where you can arrange both private and group excursions. There’s the option to charter a yacht, go deep-sea fishing or to explore an underwater grotto. Or why not have our staff organize a picnic, and then head out on a catamaran to a secluded beach? Whatever you feel like doing, it can be arranged to suit your schedule.

Tennis

Tennis

Perfect your swing

The Resort is home to the second-largest tennis complex at any Four Seasons.

Some Four Seasons Nevis guests come here purely for the tennis – and no wonder. This is one of the Caribbean’s top tennis destinations. It’s home to 10 hard courts, half of which are floodlit. Staff are on hand to make sure you play in comfort, providing chilled, scented towels, along with chilled water and tropical juice. And, thanks to the idyllic climate, you can play every day of the year.

Main Resort Pool

Kids & Teens

Supervised fun for all the family

Four Seasons Nevis prides itself on being a family-friendly resort, with plenty for kids and teens to do.

Kids aged three to nine can enjoy Kids for All Seasons, a supervised program of fun activities. This operates every day between 8.30am and 5.30pm. We also have an eco-tourism program that allows children to get involved with the sea-turtle conservation project. For older kids, meanwhile, there’s foosball and basketball, along with sports like horseback riding and kayaking.

Historic Ruins

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