Nevis Hotel Re-Opens Following Upgrades, Offers $500 Resort Credit

Montpelier Plantation & Beach, a casually chic 19-room Relais & Chateaux boutique hotel located on the intimate island of Nevis, re-opened October 6 after a summer of revitalization and renovations that include new culinary offerings.

To celebrate the occasion, the hotel is welcoming guests with a $500 resort credit package. Dedicated to continually improving the guest experience, Montpelier has added a new culinary experience with the renovation of Indigo, the poolside bar and restaurant.

The complete redesign, which included an expansion to both the dining area and bar space, brings a contemporary element to the hotel’s aesthetic landscape with stylish furniture and décor. Blending historic Caribbean architecture with a fashionably chic design concept, Montpelier balances old-world authenticity with luxury to create a unique vacation experience that focuses on rediscovering life’s simple pleasures through good food, fine wine and wellness.

A new menu has been created for casual dining day or night to complement the renovation. The bar area will also showcase Montpelier’s extensive rum collection including a selection of homemade spirits that are infused with locally grown ingredients such as coconut, passion fruit, pineapple and other exotic flavors. The pool and surrounding area have also been retouched. New elements have been added to the pool’s iconic mosaic tile artwork, creating a bold statement against the island’s picturesque background.

Montpelier invites guests to be the first to see and experience the new additions to the hotel with a unique resort credit offer. Guests who book by January 1 will receive a $500 resort credit good for dining and resort amenities. The offer is valid for five night minimum stays. Blackout dates apply.

Visit www.montpeliernevis.com.

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