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Montpelier Plantation Inn announces summer refurb

Montpelier Plantation Inn, the 17-room luxury, boutique hotel in Nevis has announced a refurbishment program that will be implemented during the hotel’s annual summer closing, August 15 - October 9, 2004.          In the guestrooms rich mahogany will be used to add an extra touch of luxury to the chic contemporary décor with the addition of an elegant writing desk and vanity and larger mahogany and cedar wall closets.

New bamboo valances will accent the expansive windows and complement the light tropical theme of the room’s existing furnishings which include bamboo tables and chairs.

In addition to the plush linens, towels and robes provided in each guestroom, a new array of in-room amenities including blackout blinds, an iron and ironing board, mini refrigerators, coffee and tea making equipment, and 110 and 220 volt outlets will make the room more comfortable.

The bathrooms will be further accessorised with hemp-wrapped moulding framing out the mirror, new softer lighting and a full range of Gilcrest & Soames toiletries will now be available to guests. Three additional guestrooms will be air conditioned, bringing the total number of rooms with this amenity to eight.

Come the autumn, Montpelier by the Sea, the hotel’s private two-acre beach will feature an on-the-beach dining and beverage area, housed in an old Nevisian house which has been moved to the beach.  The hotel will also then be able to offer evening beachside functions with the installation of electricity.


A new luncheon menu has been developed and is being very well received by hotel guests. Additionally allowing uninterrupted access to the award winning Mill restaurant, a new waterproof roof has been added to the historic sugar mill.