The Four Seasons Resort Nevis launched the final chapter of its multiphase enhancement project, which has already seen redone guestrooms and suites, an updated Great House lobby and the opening of EsQuilina restaurant and the Rum Bar.
The final phase of construction at the resort, which is closed through Sept. 30, includes a reconstructed 3,300-square-foot infinity pool, which will serve as the centerpiece of the property.
The pool area will feature 86 new loungers and four luxury cabanas on a 5,350-square-foot hardwood deck.
On the Dune restaurant will replace the existing Cabana eatery and will serve as the casual dining option at the pool and beach.
The Kids for all Seasons camp will be moved next to the Ocean Pool to offer more outdoor programming and activities for younger guests. Mango will feature a redesigned bar area, and Kastawey Beach Bar will offer beach games by day and live music at night.
The majority of the renovation, including all of the heavy construction, will be completed by the time the resort reopens on Oct. 1.