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6 August 2019

Set in beautiful perfumed gardens beside flawless palm-lined sands, Paradise Beach is renowned for its charming staff, superb service and mesmerising sea views.   

The magical Paradise Beach experience begins before you’ve stepped foot in the idyllic, tropical gardens. First, a Nevis local will collect you in a quality vehicle for the journey blessed by the most amazing views. Next, guests are treated to a private water taxi transfer, captained again by a Nevis local who will point out flying fish and sea turtles en route.It’s a tantalising prelude to the arrival at the gates of Paradise Beach:a beautifully conceived resort created with considerable care to ensure it harmonises perfectly with Nevis nature. 

Owned by an English TV/ film producer with a passion for nature and impeccable taste, Paradise Beach values the importance of privacy, discretion, beauty and tranquility. Fundamental to the guest experience is utter and total relaxation: everything is created to soothe, destress, unwind and envelope each guest with peaceful care and serenity. At the end of a planted palm lined stone drive,you’ll find fine botanical gardens close to a Caribbean-style gingerbread reception building that offers mesmerising glimpses of the sea.Planted to attract hummingbirds and the local monkeys who have established a monkey ‘crèche ‘ at the top of the property, the gardens emit an intoxicating night scent basedon the notes for Channel no 5 and Joy perfumes. 

Nevis has always had a reputation for colonial charm, privacy and discretion which was why Dianna Princess of Wales chose it as a refuge from the prying eyes of the paparazzi.Today, Paradise’s private beach has a bar and restaurant only open to guests and invitees, featuring a famous backlit bar created by British TV interior designer Naomi Cleaver made of cut beer bottles that is stunningly illuminated at night. 

Guests that choose to stay in the main houses can be as private or not as they desire. Recently added beach houses, with interiors designed by Naomi Cleaver, mix European influences with a pole house design from Bali. Located closest to the sea, the beach houses contain two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms along with kitchen, dining and lounge facilities and are blessed with over-sized balconies featuring copper plunge pools.An outdoor dining area, with full barbecue facilities, is located under each house and each property has a private section of beach and palapa. Bar, beach and all Paradise Beach accommodations are sunset facing, ensuring a glorious end to each gorgeous, sun kissed day. And the icing on the cake? Each beach house has a set of drawbridge stairs,which once raised inside ensure total privacy.So guests can sleep with all the doors and windows open at night to the soothing sounds of gently lapping waves - the Paradise Beach recipe for a perfect night’s slumber.