Four Seasons Resort Nevis Commemorates 33 Years of Excellence with 33% Off Advance Purchase Offer

Guests staying at the luxury Caribbean resort can also enjoy a variety of on-property celebratory programming, activities and deals all year long
January 22, 2024,
Nevis, West Indies

Four Seasons Resort Nevis is celebrating its 33rd anniversary by giving guests the gift of 33 percent off room rates when they book their stay at least seven days in advance. Available all year long, on all room, suite and villa categories, this special offer gives guests the opportunity to experience elevated luxury at a reduced rate.

"Four Seasons Resort Nevis is truly a timeless resort and it is an honour to be able to celebrate this historic occasion with our team and guests," says Billy Cueto, General Manager. "This new offer is our way of showing our gratitude for 33 years of patronage as we look forward to the infinite possibilities of the future."

Beginning February 14, 2024, the Resort’s official anniversary date, international and local visitors alike can join the festivities with a variety of food and drink, spa, retail and sports promotions. To raise a glass to the milestone occasion, guests can sip and savour the new signature Nevisian 33 cocktail at crowned monkey RUM BAR. A take on the classing French 75, this new version will incorporate the Resort’s bespoke and exclusive Crowned Monkey Rum, replacing the more traditional gin, along with prosecco, simple syrup and lime juice. Additionally, the Spa will be offering 33 percent off any 50- or 80- minute treatment on Sundays; the Gift Shop will be including a special 33rd Anniversary Tumbler as a gift on purchases of USD 100 or more; and savings on golf, tennis and pickleball that include 33 percent off clinics, 33 percent off court fees and 33 percent off ball machine rentals. Furthermore, special 33-themed activities – from golf putting and chipping competitions to swimming and kayak races – will be incorporated into the Resort’s schedule of weekly activities.

For more than three decades, Four Seasons Resort Nevis has been delivering authentic Caribbean luxury with genuine Nevisian hospitality and, today, the Resort remains a shining jewel within the Four Seasons crown. As the first Four Seasons Resort in the Caribbean, and only the second in the Americas, the Resort has remained a favourite among many return guests while also continuing to evolve into the stunning property guests have come to know and love over the past 33 years. A recent renovation, which was completed in the fall of 2019, only served to enhance its ever-present charm. Reimagined and revitalized, but rooted in history and heritage, the 189 guest rooms and suites feature a light, clean and fresh décor, with light-drenched spaces that give off a sense of comfort and the ultimate feeling of being completely relaxed. The enhancements also extended across all of the Resort’s dining outlets, bringing the tastes of the world to the table. Guests can enjoy Coastal Mediterranean cuisine at EsQuilina, an eclectic blend of fresh, locally-sourced seafood and farm produce at On the Dune, modern Caribbean classics at Mango, traditional Japanese sushi at Kastawey and a rum-fueled nightcap crowned monkey RUM BAR. Finally, no Caribbean destination would be complete without a place to catch a few rays, and the Resort’s three pools and nearly two-mile (three kilometre) stretch of beach offer unobstructed views under a few shady palm trees.

Built on the site of a former sugar cane plantation, Four Seasons Resort Nevis sits on a majestic 350-acre (140 hectare) playground, spanning from the lower slopes of Nevis Peak to the golden sands of Pinney's Beach, with remnants of Nevis’ rich history still dotted across the landscape. The island is most well known for being the childhood home of its most famous former resident, US Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, and Nevis was also once the richest island in the West Indies, having produced 20 percent of the British Empire's entire sugar yield. Travellers of the past also voyaged from around the world to experience the healing powers of the 107-degree hot springs, which are still frequented by guests and locals alike. Additionally, Nevis was home to the first hotel in the Caribbean, the Bath Hotel, in the 1700s, while Cottle Church was the Caribbean’s first integrated church.

To make a reservation and receive 33 percent off upcoming stays or to request further booking information, click here, call (869) 469-6238 or email