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Third Night Free at Four Seasons Nevis

Another Reason to Book Four Seasons Resort Nevis This Spring and Summer: the Third Night's On the House.

Idyllic summer destination features unspoiled beaches, fresh tropical cuisine, island explorations and world-class golf.

Dreaming of lazing on an unspoiled beach with an umbrella drink, perfecting the golf swing on a pristine course, indulging in spa treatments and dining on fresh fruit and seafood this summer? Resigned to the fact that reality looks more like weekdays behind a desk and crowded weekends in sweltering cities? This spring and summer, Four Seasons Resort Nevis turns dreams into reality with the new Stay Longer - Third Night Free package.

5 stars Four Seasons Resort - Nevis

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Resort on 4-mile beach and hillside golf course

Situated between a 4-mile beach and 3,232-foot Nevis Peak, the resort features a hillside golf course and garden spa complex.

Guestrooms and suites occupy two-story, weathered-wood cottages along the beachfront. Guests also can stay in detached homes.

Attractions include two infinity-edge pools, water sports, sea-view restaurants, and complimentary children's and teen centers.

Just hours from many US destinations and easily accessible from Canada and the UK, the tiny island of Nevis is a virtual world away. Between now and September 30, 2011, book two nights and receive the third night free. That's an extra day to explore the island, schedule another spa treatment, play one more round of golf, and sip that last rum punch before returning home, relaxed and refreshed.

Nevis: The Place to Be This Spring and Summer

With an average temperature of 85 F (29 C) cooled by fresh ocean breezes, Nevis boasts clear blue skies, uncrowded beaches, world-class golf and the worry-free experience only Four Seasons can provide.

A hub of colonial trade and social life for centuries, Nevis and sister island St. Kitts are a chapter of British and American history waiting to be explored. Remnants of sugar plantations and grand houses remain, and carefully curated museums and even an old railway excursion bringing to life the ghosts of Horatio Nelson, Andrew Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson's family. The concierge at Four Seasons Resort Nevis can arrange excursions to Montpelier and Nisbet Plantations, Brimstone Hill Fortress (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Horatio Nelson Museum and the Romney Manor Batik Factory and Gardens.

At the Resort, the Spa is debuting new treatments including Golden Sugar Skin Buff and Island Hopper Massage, as well as long-time favourites such as Rum Tonic Treatment and Papaya Hot Stone Massage. The new Coral Grill is a fresh take on island dining with just-caught seafood and prime cuts of meat in the Resort's Great House, and four other on-site venues offer a variety of dining experiences.

The par-71 Robert Trent Jones II golf course winds past old sugar mills and oceanside greens, and the new Sail Laser school at Four Seasons offers classes for beginners to experienced sea lovers on its own fleet of boats. Four clay and six Har-tu tennis courts are available, as is a fully equipped fitness centre.

On the beach, newly refurbished and fully furnished cabana-style beach houses offer a shady vantage point, with attentive Four Seasons service including drinks, refreshments and mini spa treatments. Three pools also invite lazy afternoons in the sun.

Four Seasons Resort Nevis is also a great getaway for families, with the complimentary and fully-supervised Kids for All Seasons program and De Lyme Game Room for teens providing days of fun and friendship. The Resort's residential villas are ideal options for families and friends traveling together, and are included in the Stay Longer - Third Night Free offer.

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