Four Seasons Resort Nevis Invites Caribbean Neighbours to Spend the Summer with Exclusive 2022 Residents’ Rate
With the return of summer celebrations to St. Kitts and Nevis, Four Seasons Resort Nevis is inviting its Caribbean neighbours to come back to Nevis with an exclusive regional residents’ rate of USD 325 per night. From the St. Kitts Music Festival and Nevis Culturama Festival to the annual Sea Turtle Weekend, Caribbean Premier League Cricket CPL T20 Tournament and more, there are a wide variety of events for travellers of all types to enjoy.
2022 summer happenings in St. Kitts and Nevis include:
St. Kitts Music Festival: The 25th St. Kitts Music Festival will take place from June 23-25, 2022, featuring a lineup of internationally acclaimed and regional artists that promise to add diversity and excitement. The three-day event will see the likes of “Temperature” sensation Sean Paul, American rapper Wale, Keyshia Cole and the iconic Beres Hammond. Throughout the Festival, attendees will be treated to performances across a variety of music genres from reggae and dancehall, to hip hop, soca and jazz.
Nevis Mango Festival: The Nevis Mango and Food Festival is an entire weekend totally dedicated to the mango and the deliciously creative cuisine made with it. From July 1-3, 2022, this celebration of mangos will feed the essence of the festival as participating chefs embrace an epic culinary challenge. Every course of every meal they cook or demonstrate must include Nevis mangos. Attendees are therefore in for a fun and interesting culinary adventure since everything eaten all weekend may likely be a recipe never before tasted. International celebrity chefs and Nevisian chefs participate in and host multiple events over the entire weekend.
Nevis Culturama Festival: The cultural highlight of the Nevis calendar for more than four decades, this week-long annual summer festival is a vibrant showcase of traditional folk art in all its forms. From July 21 to August 2, 2022, Nevisians will come together in a festive colourful display to celebrate their rich culture and heritage, with highlights including dancing, drama, poetry, folk singing, music, pageants and arts and crafts.
Nevis Marathon and Running Festival: The marathon is the most challenging, not just for the distance, but for the fact that it circumnavigates the entire island of Nevis. However, every so often, there is a soothing sea breeze that reduces the heat, as runners contend to get to the finish line. On September 3, 2022, all participants will receive a t-shirt in their race package and a finish medal upon completion. The top three finishers in each category receive unique Nevis-made stone trophies.
Caribbean Premier League Cricket CPL T20: The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) has confirmed that St. Kitts and Nevis will be hosting matches during the 2022 tournament. The Federation will host seven matches between August 30 and September 4, 2022 with the home team and current champions, St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots, playing in four of those games. Hero CPL is returning to St. Kitts and Nevis again in 2022 after the Federation successfully hosted the whole tournament in 2021.
In addition to the destination events, Caribbean guests can also come and get to know the “New Look Nevis.” Due to the pandemic, many regional visitors have not yet had the opportunity to experience the Resort’s recent enhancements. A modern embodiment of the spirit and soul of the Caribbean, upgrades include re-envisioned guest rooms and suites and Great House lobby; the opening of delicious new dining outlets, On the Dune, EsQuilina and crowned monkey RUM BAR; a beautiful new space for the Kids for All Seasons kids club; a stunning new pier to welcome guests upon arrival and the perfect spot to catch a Caribbean sunset; and a new signature infinity edge pool at the centre of the Resort.
“As a Caribbean native myself having recently returned to the region, I’m very happy to extend this great rate to our extended Caribbean family,” says Yvette Thomas-Henry, Regional Vice President and General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Nevis. “Combined with our unique Nevisian hospitality, this offer provides great value to experience the infinite perfect places that make Nevis so special; it’s a great opportunity to experience our one perfect paradise without having to go very far at all.”
The Caribbean Residents’ Rate offer is based on deluxe accommodations and is valid for stays through December 16, 2022, based on availability. Proof of Caribbean residence (passport, resident card or driver’s license) is required at check-in. The USD 325 guest room rate also includes 20 percent savings on golf and is exclusive of service charge, tax and nightly coastal protection levy.
Guests can also enjoy a wealth of Resort amenities, including three infinity-edge pools, two miles of sugar-soft beaches with select complimentary non-motorized watersports, a 12,000 square-foot Spa, a Robert Trent Jones II championship golf course and a nine court tennis facility. Seven gourmet restaurants and bars offer a wide range of fresh, locally-sourced and delicious dining experiences – from daytime limin’ at the Kastawey Beach Bar to sunset dinners at the idyllic waterfront restaurant Mango.
Caribbean vacationers can take advantage of daily direct air service from across the region into both St. Kitts and Nevis airports.
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