One of the Caribbean’s leading resorts is planning to reopen in November, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Four Seasons Resort Nevis has announced an official opening date of Nov. 1.
That’s one day after the announced reopening date for St Kitts and Nevis, which is scheduled for Oct. 31.
“We are excited to finally welcome our guests back to their home away from home at Four Seasons Resort Nevis,” said Yvette Thomas-Henry, Regional Vice President and General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Nevis. “Whether simply seeking a much-needed change of scenery, a comfortable place to work or study from home, or the opportunity to come together for a missed celebration, our one perfect paradise provides flexibility, privacy, security and, most importantly, unparalleled access to the authentic warmth and charm of Nevisian hospitality.”
The property, set on 350 acres in Nevis, allows for a “complete vacation experience in a naturally safe destination that provides plenty of space for travellers to escape for a getaway with family and friends,” according to a statement from the property.
The property’s amenities, from its Robert Trent Jones Jr-designed golf course to its nine-court tennis complex, will be open for guests.
Four Seasons is relaunching the property with the brand’s “Lead With Care” health and safety program; that includes a mandatory temperature check for all guests, residents and employees prior to entering the resort.
The resort’s 50 private villas will also be open for guests.
For more, visit the Four Seasons Resort Nevis.