Nevis’ Paradise Beach Villas Ranks #1

Paradise Beach Resort Villa - Nevis Island
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Paradise Beach Resort #1 In Caribbean Awards

Paradise Beach Resort has been named “Best Resort Villa of the Year” in the 2021 Caribbean World Travel and Living Awards.

The luxurious resort, nestled along the western shoreline of Nevis features a collection of eight secluded villas and five beach houses.

Each villa has private pools and kitchens, ideal for small or large groups of friends and corporate retreats.

Chief Executive Officer of the Nevis Tourism Authority, said: “We are delighted to see Paradise Beach Resort recognized as the best in class in the Caribbean when it comes to villa resorts. Their luxury villas and beach houses perfectly showcase just how exquisite a trip to Nevis can be.”Nevis was also shortlisted in the “Best Wedding Island”, “Best Honeymoon Island” and “Best Golf Island” categories.

In its 27th year, the Caribbean World Travel and Living Awards celebrate the best that the Caribbean has to offer while highlighting hotels, resorts, islands and industry personnel that have exceeded expectations over the last year.

Additional Notes.

Aquamarine sea and utopian beaches is the Caribbean’s calling card. But at Paradise Beach Nevis, you share these idyllic surroundings with just ten other villas. This is luxury on a highly personal, wonderfully intimate scale. In fact, it feels like seventh heaven.

Venture beyond your pool deck and ‘Land of the Beautiful Waters’ is at your feet. Nevis is sensational for snorkelling, and you could find yourself in the company of Leatherback and Hawksbill Turtles. Trace the coast from Gallows Bay to the romance of Lovers Beach or move inland to the Botanical Gardens. Then there’s golf, hiking, tennis, kayaking, horse riding, yachting and deep-sea fishing to try.

 

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  1. We stayed here for a week in January 2020, just before lock-down. While it was nice, the cost did not justify the lodging. We found the Nisbet Plantation and Golden Rock to be far less touristy, and will be spending a week at Golden Rock in November of this year….God willing.

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