The Mount Nevis Hotel Reopens its Doors

The Mount Nevis Hotel in St. Kitts and Nevis is reopening its doors after three years. The family-run hotel has completed a renovation of all of its rooms and suites, besides adding a new restaurant.

“To have a historic hotel such as The Mount Nevis Hotel reopen is thrilling for us since this property encapsulates the beauty of our island for guests to enjoy,” said Devon Liburd, CEO of the Nevis Tourism Authority. “Providing travelers with excellent accommodation options continues elevating the Nevis experience.”

The Mount Nevis Hotel has 45 rooms within five pavilions. Each room is decorated to capture the Nevisian charm and character, and all of them have their own balcony and patio. Sprawled across 17 acres, The Mount Nevis Hotel provides a picturesque backdrop for special occasions and celebrations, including weddings. Catering to the intimate wedding trend, the property also offers a “Simply Us” package, which offers couples everything they need to organize their wedding.

Visitors to Nevis can enjoy a range of activities such as exploring the island’s native wildlife or landscapes. Hills & Valleys Hike and Tours offers a hike up to the Nevis Peak. Travelers can go scuba diving, with dozens of reefs, wrecks and volcanic vents to explore just minutes offshore. Biking tours are another way to spend a morning or afternoon along Nevis’ coastline.

As part of the reopening celebrations, The Mount Nevis Hotel has introduced a promotional offer for the month of December. Guests booking seven nights at the hotel can enjoy a stay for two additional nights, free of charge.

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