Four Seasons in Nevis Partners With YU Lounge

four seasons nevisFour Seasons Resort Nevis has announced a new deal with private terminal YU Lounge that will offer travelers a streamlined arrivals and departures experience at St. Kitts Airport.

Coupled with Four Seasons Nevis' private launch service, travelers will be able to move seamlessly between their plane, the YU Lounge terminal and the resort. Guests will be transported to YU Lounge in a luxury vehicle, where they can enjoy champagne, other drinks and delicacies prepared by YU Lounge's chef. Their luggage along with the customs and immigration will be taken care of by the YU Lounge team. The lounge also has flatscreen TVs, free Wi-Fi and computers and a variety of magazines to read. Once arrival formalities are complete, guests can board to transfer to Port Zante to embark on the Four Seasons’ private launch. 

Aboard the private Four Seasons launch, guests can enjoy complimentary local beers, fruit punch and Four Seasons’ signature rum punch on a scenic 40-minute crossing to the resort’s private, on-property dock in Nevis. Guests will be welcomed on the pier and escorted to their rooms where their luggage will be waiting. 


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Travellers can take advantage of daily non-stop flights to St. Kitts’ Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport from Miami International Airport. Weekly flights from New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and London Gatwick Airport are also available year-round. Seasonal, weekly non-stop flights depart Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, and Toronto Pearson International Airport. The Yu Lounge also caters to private jet customers. 


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