Montpelier Plantation Inn in Nevis Listed among Top 10 Converted Hotels in World
The Montpelier Plantation Inn on the Caribbean island of Nevis has been listed among the top 10 converted hotels in the world by members of the travel website VirtualTourist.com. Located on an 18th-century sugar plantation, the hotels offers a luxurious experience for tourists going on St Kitts and Nevis holidays with its gourmet restaurants, tranquil spa and sophisticated accommodation.
Members of the travel website VirtualTourist.com have voted the Montpelier Plantation Inn on the island of Nevis as one of the top 10 converted hotels in the world.
The property offers luxurious St Kitts and Nevis holidays for tourists and the late Princess Diana even enjoyed a break at the Caribbean hotel with her two sons shortly after her separation from Prince Charles.
Located within a 60-acre estate on a hillside on the Caribbean island of Nevis, Montpelier Plantation Inn stands out from other St Kitts and Nevis hotels because it sits on a former 18th-century sugar plantation.
Though the plantation no longer produces sugar, the Nevis hotel is now a thriving business and attracts visitors from all over the world.
An article printed in the Malaysian Insider listed the world’s top 10 converted hotels, saying: “Everybody likes a bit of variety and what better way to try out something different on vacation than by staying in an old monastery or a former school that has been reborn as a luxurious hotel.
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“While the Caribbean has long been known for its luxurious resorts and variety of water activities the history of the area is lost on many of its visitors. Fortunately, some properties in the region are finding ways to incorporate the history of the area into the guest experience. On the island of Nevis a British holding that is often reached by travelling to nearby St Kitts, the Montpelier Plantation, provides a luxurious retreat on a former 18th-century sugar plantation.”
The Nevis hotel’s 19 guest rooms and suites boast views of the sparkling ocean, spacious and light surroundings, and modern amenities including iPod docking stations, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, Nespresso machines, and complimentary wireless internet.
During holidays in St Kitts and Nevis, guests can enjoy the Caribbean hotel’s upscale facilities including the AAA Four Diamond 750 Restaurant where visitors can dine al fresco and enjoy views looking out to the sister island of St Kitts, or the 300-year-old converted restaurant, The Mill, which feature original steps, stone walls and flooring.
The luxury spa offers a wide selection of soothing and rejuvenating treatments for holidaymakers such as relaxing massages, replenishing body treatments and energising facials.
Tourists taking holidays to St Kitts and Nevis can soak up the islands’ tropical climate and breathtaking natural landscapes that include white sand beaches fringed with crystal clear turquoise ocean waters, lush green forests, volcanic peaks, and winding rivers.
The nine other converted hotels that were listed by VirtualTourist.com include: Mandarin Oriental, Prague, Czech Republic; The Liberty Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts; La Purificadora, Puebla, Mexico; Wanderlust Hotel, Singapore; Hotel Hospes Palacio del Ballio; Four Seasons Hotel at Sultanahmet, Istanbul, Turkey; Hotel del Casco, San Isidro, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Quinta Real Zacatecas, Zacatecas, Mexico; and The Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam.
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