3 Nights at the Four Seasons Resort Nevis, Plus 100,000 American Airlines Miles
You and a guest will enjoy three (3) nights in an Ocean View room at the Four Seasons in Charlestown, St. Kitts & Nevis. Enjoy a 100,000 AAdvantage mile voucher by American Airlines for luxury airfare to the Caribbean and daily breakfast buffet for two provided by the Four Seasons.
Four Seasons Resort Nevis is located on the western coast of the Caribbean island of Nevis, sister island to St. Kitts, and the birthplace of U.S. Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. A place where love and harmony is ever-present, Nevis is a spirited and soulful haven, where both serenity and adventure can be pursued endlessly. Our island home is beaming with natural beauty, from the green summit of Nevis Peak, down to the sugar-soft sand of Pinney’s Beach. Play golf alongside the Green Vervet monkeys, dive into the sea to explore the nearby reefs, reconnect with nature at our serene Spa, or toast the colourful sunset as you dine on the water’s edge. With 189 spacious rooms and suites and more than 50 luxurious villas, the Resort has been delivering authentic Caribbean hospitality for more than 28 years. Whatever your preference, here in paradise, the opportunities for perfection are infinite.
- Airfare is awarded in the form of one voucher worth 100,000 miles each on American Airlines, deposit expiration on 4/11/2020. AA bookings subject to restrictions as outlined on aa.com.
- The hotel stay is subject to availability and is subject to black-out dates, currently: June 1-October 1, 2019, November 23-30, 2019, & December 21, 2019-January 4, 2020, & April 5-April 19, 2020.
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