Hotels in Nevis
Wicker-furnished cottages on a palm-fringed 18th-century former sugar plantation.
The sugar plantation-turned-hotel is surrounded by gardens bursting with bougainvillea, hibiscus, and breadfruit trees. Fifteen pastel cottages decorated with antiques share the grounds with a 340-year-old Great House.
Six pastel cottages containing 11 rooms tucked into the sides of a lush green hill. Early mornings and cocktails taken at sunset on the terrace of the Golden Rock Inn are perfection. A generous panorama from the dining pavilion takes in the hills and the distant ocean.
After a long-awaited two-year, $24 million renovation completed in 2010, the hotel is back in business and better than ever.
A stay at Montpelier Plantation Inn is so comfortable it almost feels like a visit to a friend’s house—if that house were a refined tropical estate, where butlers unpack and press your clothes.