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Four Seasons Resort Nevis Hotel Review: Few hotel brands have luxury perfected the way that the Four Seasons does. Located on one of the Caribbean’s lesser touristed islands, this particular outpost upholds the Four Seasons reputation, beginning with its 196 guest rooms and suites. Relaxing, sophisticated and decorated in bright tropical colors, these accommodations are designed to pamper. Among the many amenities guests will find are down pillows, free Wi-Fi for one device per room, complimentary breakfast newspapers and twice-daily housekeeping. And for those traveling with their offspring, the benefits continue: children eighteen and under stay free in their parents’ room, and kid-friendly extras include cribs and rollaway beds, welcome amenities, child-size bathrobes, kids’ toiletries and kids’ menus. Along with typical hotel accommodations, the Four Seasons also offers a wide variety of private residences, from a three-bedroom sunset hill residence with a pool to a six-bedroom palm grove residence with a plunge pool. Fringed by a half-mile stretch of golden sand beach, the resort is cupped on three sides by a Robert Trent Jones II Golf Course; two complimentary weekly clinics and views of the Caribbean and neighboring St. Kitts island are just a few of the benefits to golfers here. From a full-service spa to three gorgeous pools to free-standing cabana-style beach houses with dedicated attendants, every aspect of this property is intended to pamper. Activities are plentiful: tennis, water skiing, wakeboarding, chartered snorkeling, offshore guided reef tours, sailing school and scuba diving underwater caves and coral reefs. As well, there are professionally organized teen programs and a Sea Turtle Education Program for younger guests. Rounding out the resort’s many facilities are its notable dining venues, including open-air Mango (West Indian cuisine), Caribbean-view Coral Grill (seafood and prime cuts) and Neve (Southern Italian dishes). Once your meal is through and the kids have gone to bed (in the care of one of the resort’s qualified babysitters), slip off to The Library Bar for cocktails, island rum and/or a Cuban cigar.