Four Seasons Nevis Blows in Even More Celebrities
Last year we gave extensive coverage on the re-opening of the Four Seasons Nevis, a resort that has had its fair share of hard knocks after 2008’s Hurricane Omar put the hotel out of commission for nearly three long years.
The closure did a number not only on the resort, but on Nevis as a whole, which depended on the property's big business to trickle down to the islands' other hotels and restaurants. The whole country went into a depression and since we're champions of the underdog, we're happy to see it back on its feet. And so were a good many celebrities like the infamous “Cherry Cola” aka Mary Louise Parker, who has become a regular visitor.
Now, with a bit more moolah in the bank and confidence flowing through the resort's veins, they’ve renovated some luxury suites which has attracted more bold names to its doors. We've got the low-down on who’s visited lately.
Debra Messing, Eric Stonestreet who plays Cameron Tucker on Modern Family, supermodel Liya Kebede, and Olivia Thirlby from Juno, have bypassed been-there-done-that Caribbean islands in favor of sleepy Nevis and the Four Seasons' luxury suites.
One of them is named Seascape, a colorful one-bedroom affair with fab views of the turquoise-blue sea and the resort’s 18-hole Robert Trent Jones Jr golf course. The amenities are sweet-Acqua di Parma bath products, a Nespresso machine, a Mac computer and printer, and even Four Seasons custom flip flops. Plus, those who rent the suite get a full day in a gorgeous beach house we showed you last year.
Rates for the one-to-three bedroom suites begin at $2,850 a night, but luckily regular rooms at the hotel (which are nothing to slouch at themselves) begin at a more modest $345 during the summer season.
[Photos:Tara Leigh Photography/Four Seasons Nevis]