Paradise Beach Resort's New Luxury Beach Houses in Nevis

Paradise Beach Resort
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Paradise Beach Resort in Nevis has announced the addition of five new, two-bedroom Beach Houses. The Beach Houses will be the first such accommodations in Nevis, hovering above the beach.

Raised on stilts over the resort’s beach, the Beach Houses will offer views of the Caribbean Sea and neighboring St. Kitts along with sunsets. Situated on Nevis’ west coast, just north of Pinney’s Beach, Paradise Beach Resort’s new Beach Houses are constructed with thatched roofs by local craftsmen. Guests come upon them through a leafy trail leading directly down to the beach. 

At the push of a button, the drawbridge staircases descend down to the sand. Each Beach House comes equipped with a full gourmet kitchen and outdoor grill ideal for cooking or the private concierges assigned to every Beach House can enlist the resort’s private Nevisian chefs to prepare an authentic dinner. They are also more than happy to arrange all manner of other adventures while on Nevis. 

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The Beach Houses are all two bedrooms, one room with a four-poster King bed and a second room with two twin beds both draped with soft white linens and replete with luxury ensuite bathrooms.

Paradise Beach Nevis is privately owned and located about a 15-minute drive from the Nevisian capital of Charlestown, which retains much of its colonial-era architecture.

The resort is also a quick hop by boat from neighboring St. Kitts. In addition to the five new Beach Houses, the resort offers seven two-, three-, and four-bedroom thatched villas, each offering a pebble-lined plunge pool and an outdoor marble shower.

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