St Kitts and Nevis: Minister of Foreign Affairs Mark Brantley wished success to Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.
Today Four Seasons Resort Nevis celebrates 30 years on the island of #Nevis. Along the way, this business has truly transformed lives and our island. We wish them continued success. pic.twitter.com/qd7ZCC4PAi
— Hon. Mark Brantley (@markbrantley3) February 14, 2021
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts initiated the legacy of tourism in the St Kitts and Nevis. Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is glorifying its 30th anniversary this year.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Aviation St. Kitts and Nevis and Premier of Nevis, Mark Brantley, tweeted, “Today Four Seasons Resort Nevis celebrates 30 years on the island of #Nevis. Along the way, this business has truly transformed lives and our island. We wish them continued success.”
It added enumerable fortunes to the tourism sector of the nation. People from diverse places come here to visit four seasons hotels and resorts.
The Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, set on 350 acres on the shore of the island’s Pinney’s Beach, was the first-ever Four Seasons resort in the Caribbean region.
The estate recently completed a massive restoration project that included improvements to all 189 rooms and innovations across the resort’s dining concepts, along with the extension of a new pool.
According to a piece of certified news, “While the Resort has certainly evolved over the ages, one thing has consistently continued true – that’s our staff,” declared Regional Vice President and General Manager Yvette Thomas-Henry.
“The working group here at Four Seasons Resort Nevis is what makes Nevis such an exceptional destination. Many of his team members have been with them since Four Seasons Resort’s opening day and continue to be the heart of this Resort and explore in the reverence of what it means to be a part of the Four Seasons family and the words that [Four Seasons founder Isadore Sharp] established this brand on by making each guest feel at house and like family. Today, and every day, we rejoice with every single person who has crossed through our doors.”
A recent renovation, which was finished in the fall of 2019, only served to improve its ever-present charisma. Reimagined and revitalized, but rooted in past and heritage, the 189 guest rooms and suites feature a shine, clean and fresh décor, with light-drenched spaces that give off a sense of warmth and the ultimate feeling of being absolute relaxed.