Montpelier Plantation was restored from an 18th century sugar plantation and set in a 60-acre estate 750 feet up in the hills of Nevis, the small boutique hotel has 19 rooms, all with sea views and the beach is a short ride away.
The new heart of the hotel is at the ultra-stylish Indigo’s bar and restaurant by the pool. The barmen serve rum infused molecular cocktails and there is a tasty menu that includes delicious sharing platters. With 19 newly renovated rooms, individually furnished, with views of Mount Nevis and the ocean below. Amenities in the villas include flat screen TVs, iPod docking stations, complimentary WiFi and in-room Nespresso machines. A 300 year old sugar mill has been converted into spectacular dining setting serving sumptuous Caribbean cuisine and the indulgent spa offers an array of massages, body treatments and facials. Private sessions of yoga, Pilates and meditation are also available on request to revitalise mind, body and soul.
Pride is taken when it comes to cuisine at Montpelier. Between the three restaurants available you will find a blend of French and Caribbean cuisine with emphasis on fresh, innovative food. The kitchen focuses on the quality of the ingredients using organic local fruits, vegetables, poultry and fish wherever possible.
Choose from Indigo’s, which embodies easy-going island dining serving lunch and dinner around the pool. The sharing platters, molecular cocktails and fine wine and champagne set the tone of the lounge bar. Restaurant 750 offers a stylish ambiance in the evenings where drinks and canapés are served in The Great Room, before dining on the terrace with captivating views of Nevis. And finally spoil yourself at Montpelier’s 300 year-old sugar mill, Mill Privée. This truly unique Nevis restaurant hosts tasting dinners with a wine pairing carefully handpicked by Montpelier’s own sommelier.
A complimentary shuttle takes guests to a beach which offers a restaurant, comfy seating and shady beach cabanas, or for the more energetic you can explore the rain forests, mountain bike around the island or go horseback riding. An extensive array of water sports can also be arranged and golfers can enjoy the challenges of the nearby Robert Trent Jones II golf course at the Four Seasons hotel.