The Four Seasons Resort Nevis is offering groups the opportunity to combine privacy, scenery, service, and luxury amenities through its Exclusively Nevis resort buyout program.
Planners will have access to experienced Conferences Services Professional to help curate the resort’s options for an optimal meeting and incentives experience.
“Exclusively Nevis offers limitless customisations for a distinctive and standout incentive program on a paradise island,” said Director of Sales Jim Bishop. “Buyout groups enjoy the maximum flexibility, from completely branding the Resort and our amenities; having exclusive use of a pristine, half-mile long Caribbean beach for private activities and events; extending outdoor events to midnight or later; and enjoying many more benefits not possible when sharing the Resort with other guests. Throughout, our talented team will ensure the ultimate VIP experience for each of your guests.”
Groups can buy out the resort with as few as 150 of the resort’s 196 deluxe guestrooms for four-night and longer programs.
The resort also features 50 multi-bedroom, luxury villas, which groups can add in order to accommodate VIPs and create unique events in a different setting.
When in Nevis, meetings and incentives planners can take advantage of any location on the resort’s 350-acre property.
The half-mile stretch of Pinney’s Beach in front of the resort can be converted into a unique event venue for exclusive daytime activities as well as recognition dinners and late-night beach parties.
Additionally, Exclusively Nevis groups also can use more than 3,000 square feet of outdoor terrace as well as 5,000 square feet of indoor meetings space, which can be configured into five break outs.
Planners can choose from a wide range of services and amenities to make for a personalized and private experience, including welcoming greeters at the airport, to private speedboats that takes guests to the resort’s on-property pier, to custom-created culinary experiences that focus on individual preferences and fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Visitors will also enjoy the resort’s 12,000 square foot spa, a golf course, tennis courts, and more
Courtesy: Caribbean Journal