5 Of The Caribbean’s Best Hotels In Nevis

A Caribbean island filled with natural beauty, Nevis’ array of hotels range from the large and lavish to the unique and arty. Here’s five of The Wordrobe’s favourites

The epitome of paradise, Nevis is the smaller of two islands comprising the nation of Saint Kitts and Nevis in the Caribbean.

People flock to this little island from around the globe to enjoy its sandy beaches (and its bars). As well as outstanding scenery, Nevis also boasts an array of unique hotels – here’s five of The Wordrobe’s favourites. 


1 Montpelier Plantation & Beach

Fit for a princess – quite literally. Princess Diana herself stayed here years ago, and you can even share the same room. Nestled on a hill away from the action, this boutique spot is ideal for something secluded and suave.

This Relais & Chateaux member is family-owned and you’ll feel like your staying with friends. The 19 airy rooms and three villas are individually decorated and come filled with simple, white decor and fresh flowers. This is rustic luxury at its finest.

PLUS: For the foodies, don’t miss out on dining at Restaurant 750.

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Cost: Rooms from £326. Click here to make a reservation

2 Nisbet Plantation Beach Club


A hotel that attracts repeat guests year on year, Nisbet Plantation Beach Club is everything one thinks of when it comes to a classic Caribbean experience.

Positioned beside a manicured but often windy white sand beach, this hotel was once a former sugar plantation. Its claim to fame – it was here that the English naval hero Horatio Nelson met his wife, Fanny Nisbet, in the late 1780s.

Make the most of 30 acres of grounds, as well as a seaside swimming pool and inviting hot tub. 

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Cost: Rooms from £473 per night. Click here to make a reservation.

3 The Hermitage


For something homely and comfortable, opt for a stay at Nisbet Plantation. Family-owned, this petite property is bursting with enticing antiques and nicknacks. There’s also a library and bar to enjoy, as well as a tennis court and freshwater swimming pool. It’s simple – and does it excellently.

There are 14 rooms here, plus a three-bedroom villa. Each are styled with four-poster canopy beds, louvre windows, ceiling fans, a fridge and wooden porches boasting must-try hammocks. For the foodies, don’t miss out on the weekly West Indian buffet night on Wednesdays.

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Cost: Starting from £346 per night. Click here to book.

4 Four Seasons Resort Nevis


Sprawled across a long stretch of idyllic white sandy beach, Four Seasons Resort Nevis offers a stress-free stay filled with luxury and endless eating options. Pitch up here if you’re after a week of sun lounging and snorkelling (made easy thanks to the hotel’s very own private pier).


With 196 rooms to choose from, it’s one of the largest hotels on the island. Plus, should you take a five minute stroll down the beach, you’ll come across Sunshine’s bar – where a fantastically fun evening of Killer Bee cocktails await.

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Cost: £623 per night. Click here to book.

5 Golden Rock Inn Hotel 


One for the hipsters – this arty hotel comes complete with sturdy stone buildings, a gorgeous restaurant and a laid-back but luxury vibe.

With a restaurant designed by Ed Tuttle, the interiors are filled with the owner’s curious finds from their adventures around the world. It’s small, with 11 rooms, which means it’s ideal if you’re looking for something intimate and utterly unique. 

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Cost: Starting from £171 per night. Click here to book.


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