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Four Seasons Resort Nevis, Nevis

Larry Olmsted
From the Print Edition:
Wayne Gretzky, Mar/Apr 97

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A "dine-around" option gives guests the opportunity to leave the property and have dinner at one of the plantation houses that grace the island. One popular choice is the Montpelier Plantation Inn, known as a vacation spot for Princess Diana.

Four Seasons recently added 12 villas around the golf course and may build a couple dozen more by the end of the year. Privately owned but rented out, these villas come complete with maid service and the other resort amenities. Large and well furnished, many of the homes offer gourmet kitchens and private pools, and they can be booked through Four Seasons reservations.

While it is possible to fly into Nevis on small locally operated planes, the boat service from St. Kitts is faster and more convenient, connecting directly to major airlines. Besides, after a stay here, you'll need the 20-minute ride to help with the painful readjustment to reality.

Larry Olmsted is a Vermont-based writer.

Four Seasons Resort Nevis
Pinney's Beach, Charlestown
Phone: (809) 469-1111; fax: (809) 469-1112
Room rates: $250 to $2,900 per night low season, $575 to $3,500 per night high season

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