Where History Meets Luxury…
Montpelier Plantation & Beach
Montpelier Plantation and Beach is a boutique hideaway in the heart of the Caribbean that is a definition of effortless luxury. The hotel is idyllically situated 750 feet above the Caribbean Sea in the foothills of the majestic Nevis Peak. Surrounded by 60 acres of lush tropical gardens and built around one of the island’s original 18th century sugar plantations, the charming getaway is a tranquil escape that is delightfully secluded. Guests are transported to a secluded beach to bask in the sun and enjoy the aquatic adventures of the island.
Montpelier is designed as a place where you can let the rest of the world slip away. Their holistic approach allows guests to savor the joy of healthy living through good food, fine wine and wellness that is both active and relaxing. Guests can enjoy a pure selection of body and facial treatments at their Montpelier Plantation Open Spa which is surrounded by tranquil, tropical gardens and it is the perfect way to refresh your body and soul. Attentive and certified therapists help to relieve the stress and tension and improve your health.
The restaurants at Montpelier offer contemporary Caribbean cuisine with emphasis on fresh and innovative food. The kitchen focuses on the quality of the ingredients and makes a conscientious effort to use organic products whenever possible. To fully complement your meal at Montpelier you will find a well-stocked cellar with exceptional wines and aged rums. The ultimate romantic gesture at this property is a private dinner for two in the historic mill.
Carefully designed to let the fresh sea air and tranquility connect you to a simpler way of life. Montpelier proudly offers Relais & Chateaux five-star hospitality. Travel & Leisure and Conde Nast Traveler magazines regularly name Montpelier among the top resort hotels in the Caribbean with special note as a romantic destination. Experience the romance of a beach wedding, or a unique ceremony at the property, with the breathtaking view of Nevis’ green landscapes.