The hotel has received the AAA Five Diamonds Award, which was announced in the AAA’s 2013 hotels and resorts rankings.
According to General Manager, Mr. Andrew Humphries, the resort is sporting a new look and a roster of novel activities, after a two-year, US $110 million renovation.
Humphries said, “We are thrilled to be back on the map and better than ever. With this recognition from AAA, we join an elite group of hotels worldwide that are recognized for excellence at every level.”
Back in 1992, shortly after its opening on February 14, 1991, the Four Seasons Resort Nevis was the first AAA Five Diamond property to be named in the Caribbean region.
The property also recently received a 2012 Certificate of Excellence Award, from Trip Advisor, after visitors commended them for their outstanding service and product. This has therefore given them a 4.5 Trip Advisor overall rating.
When the resort re-opened in 2010, the property added a number of enhancements, including the only Sail Laser Training School in the Caribbean, to its Water Sports Center, new décor for all of its 196 guest rooms and suites, a refurbished Fitness Center with technical-gym equipment, and extensive landscaping to the outdoor spaces.
In 1995, the Resort went on to be named the #1 Hotel in the World by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine, and was spotlighted as one of the premier properties in the Caribbean by travel agents, visitors and travel writers worldwide.