The Four Seasons Nevis has completed a $110 million renovation begun in 2010.
The resort reopened in December 2010 after being closed for two years. It closed after Hurricane Omar damaged the resort in October 2008.
The renovation of the resort’s Afterglow and Seascape luxury suites, plus a new fitness center, completed the renovations.
The Four Seasons Nevis reopened just over a year ago with two restaurants, a 10-court tennis center and half of its 196-room inventory in operation. The remaining units came online last March.
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