Nisbet Plantation Beach Club’s Beach
Photo Courtesy Of Nevis1.com
Nevis, West Indies
February 20, 2009
2009 represents the fifth consecutive year Nisbet Plantation is offering its always popular “Love is in the Air” promotion where guests receive up to $500 credit when vacationing at this intimate and romantic resort. This year Nisbet will add to the love by giving guests a bottle of champagne to celebrate.
Guests who stay seven nights at Nisbet Plantation receive a $500 credit upon checkout. For shorter stays, Nisbet offers savings as well. Stays of six nights save $400, and five nights, $300.
“‘Love Is in the Air’ has always been one of the most popular promotions Nisbet offers, and this year, given the economy, we believe it will be bigger than ever,” said Jamie Holmes, general manager at Nisbet. “While we cater to a more affluent traveler, our guests are still looking for a good value to extend their vacation dollar. This is an excellent way to do just that while enjoying one of the top hotels in the Caribbean.”
“Love is in the Air” celebrates Nisbet Plantation’s 2008 ranking as the #1 Luxury Resort in the Caribbean according to TripAdvisor as well as a plethora of distinguished awards including being named one of the “Top 10 Romantic Caribbean Resorts” by TheKnot.com, the world’s premier wedding and honeymoon Web site. CondÃ© Nast Traveler named Nisbet Best in Service in the Caribbean on its 2009 Gold List.
Nisbet is the only historic plantation inn located directly on the beach. With just 36 cottage-style accommodations spread over 30 acres, Nisbet provides the setting for a private retreat with loved ones. AAA has again awarded Nisbet two Four Diamond ratings for both the resort and the Great House dining.
“Couples can relax at our intimate beach resort on the tiny island of Nevis. Our exceptional staff will pamper them providing the ultimate in hospitality,” says Nisbet General Manager Jamie Holmes. A typical day might include time enjoying the beach, a dip in the pool, treatments at The Palms Spa and afternoon tea before an evening of fine dining in the 1778 Great House.