Two islands mean twice the fun. Our luxury Resort might be in Nevis, but with our sister island St. Kitts only a 12-minute speedboat ride away, you’ll find much to explore on both sides of the Narrows. St. Kitts has the hustle and bustle, whereas Nevis offers a secluded island getaway, giving you the best of both worlds. With two islands’ worth of activities to choose from, it might be hard to figure out where to begin, so our staff shares some of their local favourites to help you tailor your adventures in St. Kitts and Nevis.

Where Our Director of Public Relations Dines on His Day Off

– Mitchell Nover, Director of Public Relations

“Sometimes, you need a change from seafood and jerk, so one of my favourite places is Indian Summer. Just a 10-minute drive from the Resort, the restaurant has some of the most flavourful Indian food. Make sure to order the garlic and cheese naan.”


– Mellissa Seabrookes, Guest Services Manager

“On Saturday nights, I love taking the boat over to St. Kitts and going to Salt Plage. The place is so cool. It’s an outdoor bar right on the water that even has hammocks that extend from the pier. It’s great for sunset cocktails and, once a month, they have full moon parties and theme nights.”

A Must-See for History Buffs from Our Director of Guest Experiences

– Mac Kee France, Director of Guest Experiences

If you’re in St. Kitts, you must stop at one place before heading back to Nevis: the Brimstone Hill Fortress. This is one of the best-preserved forts of the Americas, and the views from the hilltop are spectacular. It’s a perfect spot to take pictures while learning about the extraordinary history of the federation.”

The best way to explore the island from our Resort Manager

– Ruby Garcia, Resort Manager

“The best way to see the island, in my opinion, is just to get out and explore. Nevis is such a small island where everyone knows everyone, so you’ll see people walking, biking and getting around with ease. On the weekends, I love taking a drive around the coastline and heading to a local restaurant like Yachtsman Grill for lunch, or exploring new neighbourhoods like Coconut Grove. Four Seasons can help you arrange an island tour with one of our local historians.“