Saint Kitts and Nevis

Saint Kitts and Nevis are a pair of tropical islands in the Caribbean, about one-third of the way from Puerto Rico to Trinidad and Tobago. It is called "The Mother Colony of the West Indies".

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All Places Saint Kitts and Nevis

The St. Kitts Marriott Resort and The Royal Beach Casino

In the Frigate Bay area of the island. Just a 10-minute drive from the airport and capital city Basseterre. The resort offers 573 rooms and suites. North Frigate Bay Beach, a championship golf course and the largest Vegas-style casino in the Caribbean help provide an excellent vacation experience. The resort also features a revitalizing spa, meeting facilities, the Pirates of St. Kitts Kids Club program, eight restaurants and two lounges.

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Ottley's Plantation Inn

Located on and old plantation estate about 7 miles from Basseterre, on the Atlantic side of the island. Offering rooms in the Great House and several cottages around the grounds - some of which come with their own plunge pools. The Royal Palm is the restaurant on the property, built on top of the ruins of the old sugar refinery. They also offer destination wedding packages.

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Ocean Terrace Inn

Is in the Fortlands area of Basseterre, overlooking the main harbor (Port Zante) as well as the Deep Water Port across the bay in Bird Rock. There are several restaurants run by OTI, including the Pool Bar and Grill, Waterfalls, and Fisherman's Wharf across the street (down on the waterfront).

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Yachtsman Grill

Idyllically located on the beach facing St. Kitts with Mt. Nevis in the background. Enveloped by lush gardens. Beach lounge chairs.

Island Living

35 steps from the anchor on the pier, Charlestown.

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Sunshine's Beach Bar and Grill

Pinney's Beach on Nevis.

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PJ's Bar and Restaurant

Frigate Bay.

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Ballahoo Restaurant


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Leeward Islands Charters


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Ziggy's Beach Bar

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Caribelle Batik

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