From the Swiss alps to the Caribbean sun

Nevis is a fascinating little island in the West Indies, close to Antigua, Guadeloupe and St. Barts. It still is today what those neighbouring islands might have been 50 years ago; donkeys, goats and sheep roaming the roads, small wooden houses and an abondance of lush green let time stand still. Nevis is a great place for a small luxury hotel like the „Montpelier Plantation and Beach“, one of  the top resort hotels in the Caribbean, according to “Condé Nast Traveler“.  A haven of tranquillity where, about 200 years ago, Admiral Nelson married Fanny Nesbitt and, in the early Nineties, Princess Diana enjoyed holidays with her sons, the princes Harry and William. Montpelier has still royal qualities – one of which is its excellent cuisine (Montpelier is member of Relais et Châteaux).

Montpelier Nevis

The Sugarmill in the park of Montpelier Plantation & Beach hotel

Always aspiring to provide guests with a great food experience, Montpelier has chosen to put some of our genuine Swiss alpine cheeses on their menu. Which made Montpelier probably the only place in the Caribbean where you can eat some of the best cheeses in the world.

Cheese board at Montpelier

Cheeseboard with genuine Swiss alpine cheeses from Alpages.co.uk at Montpelier  Plantation & Beach hotel, Nevis, West Indies


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