October 19, 2015 –
Situated on the west coast, just north of Pinney’s Beach, Paradise Beach Nevis commands unrivaled views of Mount Nevis, the Caribbean Sea and the neighboring island of St Kitts. The secluded resort offers a total of seven deluxe two, three, and four-bedroom thatched villas, each boasting a pebble-lined plunge pool, outdoor marble shower and a private setting within lush gardens. Designed to maximize comfort and privacy, and to take advantage of the breath taking location, the villas cocoon visitors in a tranquil tropical setting.
Each villa features a Balinese-inspired thatched roof; hand cut exposed beams; 30FT high vaulted ceilings; and sliding glass poolside walls. All bedrooms across the resort are en-suite and each villa comes complete with well-equipped gourmet kitchen (ideal for guests’ chefs to prepare dinner or offer lessons in creating local specialties); an elegantly appointed lounge area; and a grilling deck for al fresco dining. The two and three bedroom villas offer 2,900-square feet of living space, whilst the four-bedroom villas boast 3,400-square feet.
The Beach Bar offers a chic Caribbean spot to sip cocktails on a chaise longue or in a hammock; facing westwards, this is one of the finest sunset spots on Nevis. Snorkeling, paddle boarding and other water sports can be enjoyed direct from the beachfront and a range of spa treatments are available in the villas by appointment.
Paradise Beach Nevis is within easy reach of a wide range of restaurants including the renowned Sunshine’s Beach Bar & Grill, and Banana’s, a spot hidden high up in the historic Hamilton Estate. The resort is a 15-minute drive from Nevisian capital Charlestown, which retains much of its colonial-era architecture.
Nevis – at just 36-square miles – boasts unspoiled beaches, verdant forests and an authentic charm that is the envy of the Caribbean. Guests can keep as active as they wish: the Paradise Beach concierge can arrange mountain biking for all abilities, private hikes with an expert local guide, kayaking, deep sea fishing, horse riding, scuba diving and golf.
For day trips to neighboring islands, consider lunch in St Barts, golf in Anguilla, or shopping in St Martin – all easily reached by private plane.