Calling all Nisbets to the Beach!
This autumn, anyone with the “Nisbet*” surname is invited to the first annual Nisbet Family Beach Reunion at Nisbet Plantation Beach Club.
Once a sugar plantation turned coconut plantation, our intimate hotel is the ancestral home of Fanny Nisbet, the faithful wife of Vice Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson, one of Britain’s most heroic figures. Our storied past inspired us to invite fellow Nisbets from around the world to gather at our plantation inn on the beach.
Athletes, save the date! The annual Nevis Triathlon, now in its’ 12th year, is scheduled for Saturday, November 15, 2014. The International Long, Olympic, and Sprint distance race attracts athletes from all over the world for a 2k swim, 90k bike and a 21k run, plus a standard Olympic/Sprint distance (1.5k/30k/10k – 750m/20k/5k). Participants are in for a challenging and fun race in paradise.
The sun shines year round on our warm Caribbean island, so cool tropical cocktails are always a must. On any given day, you can find friendly faces behind the bar at Sea Breeze shaking up refreshing concoctions for you to enjoy.
With a home on the beautiful and unspoiled island of Nevis, one of the “friendliest Caribbean islands” according to Condé Nast Traveler, being happy comes easy.
At our intimate hotel on the beach, it is our guests who bring smiles to our faces. The breakfast ladies love to welcome the day with you. The grounds men look forward to a friendly “Hello” as you stroll along the Avenue of Palms. The bartenders enjoy shaking up specialty cocktails to suit your taste. And, our entire staff look forward to welcoming you back as family.
The joy is genuine and can be seen in this video of the ladies and gentlemen of Nisbet Plantation dancing along to Pharrell Williams’ hit song, “Happy”. Clap along as they dance to the music with the smiles you bring them!
We are delighted to share that Nisbet Plantation has been named among the Top Hotels in the World and Top Resorts in the Caribbean in the Travel + Leisure 2014 World’s Best Awards!
Our intimate plantation inn was the only hotel on Nevis and St. Kitts to make the prestigious list and we ranked No. 6 in the Caribbean, Bermuda and the Bahamas. In addition to receiving recognition among the best in the region, we were also listed among the Top 100 Hotels in the world.
Join us for an exclusive dinner on Tuesday, July 1st at the Great House with celebrity guest Chef Marisoll in celebration of Mango Festival.
Nisbet Plantation is proud to host the renowned Chef Marisoll of Puerto Rico for an evening of fine dining. Chef Marisoll’s culinary vision has defined Puerto Rico’s epicurean offer to the international arena of haute cuisine and is acclaimed by her local fans and visiting celebrities. Continue reading
If you’ve vacationed to Nisbet Plantation we hope your stay allowed you to experience our lively Thursday night Beach BBQ at Coconuts. Fresh seafood, toe-tapping entertainment and local vendors make up the weekly event cherished by many of our guests.
We’re now offering a new evening event at Sea Breeze Beach Bar. Join us each Monday for Nevis Night on the beach. The new weekly event gives you a taste of all things Nevis in a cozy atmosphere with beautiful views and gentle sea breezes.
Soul-stirring music, energizing dancing, colorful masquerades, culturally-rich folklore and more will soon take center stage as we get ready to celebrate all things Nevis! This year, Nevis is celebrating 40 years of Culturama with new and returning events.
We are honored to share that Pastry Chef Danilo’s Chilled Passion Fruit Cheesecake was recently named one of the “Best Desserts in the Caribbean” by USA Today Travel.
We have exciting news to share for travelers looking to visit Nisbet Plantation this summer. American Airlines has just announced an expansion of its service from New York (JFK) to St. Kitts (SKB).
The non-stop weekly service is scheduled to launch its summer service on June 13. The new Friday flight supplements existing non-stop flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays, offering guests “more options for longer or shorter stays on the island.”