Four Seasons Resort Nevis has officially kicked off the final phase of its enhancement project, which has already seen the launch of updated guestrooms and suites, a new look for the Great House lobby and the opening of new F&B outlets, EsQuilina and Crowned Monkey Rum Bar. Set to be completed this fall, the latest enhancements will include the redesign of the main pool, construction of a new restaurant concept—On the Dune—that extends out on to the sand and the unveiling of additional improved spaces around the property.
Signature Infinity Edge Pool
The Resort’s signature pool will be completely reconstructed and raised to create one long sight line from the Great House lobby straight out to the Caribbean Sea horizon. Surrounded by new landscaping, the 3,300-square-foot infinity-edge pool will be the centerpiece of the resort, complete with 86 new loungers and four luxury pool cabanas equipped with comfortable seating and furnishings, Wi-Fi connectivity and power. The pool’s hardwood deck will be made from fully sustainable, U.S.-grown resources, highlighted by a new fire pit that will be installed beyond the pool, towards the beach.
On the Dune
Replacing the existing Cabana restaurant, On the Dune will be an outdoor restaurant with seating for 138 and additional capacity at the bar. The Caribbean-style structure will utilize many natural materials, including sustainably sourced resources. The new venue will serve as the new signature pool and beach dining option, offering casual fare throughout the day with views of the Caribbean, the Narrows Channel and the neighboring island of St. Kitts. In the evening, the restaurant will transform into a beachfront party atmosphere. The menu will consist of an eclectic “farm-to-table” blend of Caribbean and American cuisines, using regional seafood and produce. The covered bar area will complement the overall feel of the pool experience during the day and focus on wines by the glass and a cocktail program in the evening.
Also receiving enhancements are existing areas, such as the Kids For All Seasons kids camp and the Mango and Kastawey Beach Bar restaurants. Kids for All Seasons will be moved from its current location out next to the Ocean Pool to offer more outdoor programming and activities for younger guests. Mango will see a redesign of its bar area to allow for more unobstructed Caribbean views, while Kastawey Beach Bar will be transformed into a beachside hot spot with beach games during the day and live music and entertainment in the evenings.
The majority of the current renovation work will continue through September 30, during which time the hotel will be closed. During these summer months the resort will have select villa availability upon request with customizable private retreat experiences being offered.
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