On the northwest tip of untamed Nevis lies the Oualie Beach Resort, a small property with big promises for adventure and excitement for its guests in the Caribbean. Priding itself on a great holiday experience for all, it offers a selection of packages to suit everyone.
Divers can partake in a PADI scuba safari and explore the stunning reefs, marine life and shipwrecks. There is also great snorkelling to be had here, as well as kayaking, horseback riding and hiking through the lush verdant hillsides. Even the beach has been revamped recently.
For those just wanting to kick back and unwind the spa provides treatment packages to soothe your tired soul and aching body, all delivered by the hotel’s highly trained staff. Come the evening you can sample the culinary delights of the new executive chef who will ensure your taste buds get as much enjoyment as the rest of you on your stay at Oualie Beach Resort.
Arranged along the beach in traditional one and two-storey cottages, tropical Caribbean architecture is evident throughout the property, and rooms are large and airy with private verandas offering stunning views out over the beach and sea, with the neighbouring St Kitts in view.
Deluxe - A stone’s throw from the beach, these rooms are spacious and come with air conditioning, mini-fridge, ironing facilities, hairdryer, shower, alarm clock and radio, cable TV, coffee maker and safe. They boast a mahogany four-poster queen size bed.
Studio - With similar equipment levels as the deluxe rooms, but with the addition of a full kitchen. Featuring a mahogany four-poster queen size bed and with connecting doors that can join with Deluxe rooms to form suites, making them great for families.
Premier - Lavishly-appointed, these spacious accommodations boast all mahogany furniture with a four-poster king size bed and all the amenities of the deluxe room with an added VCR. The en-suite bathrooms have twin basins, granite vanity unit and shower.
Executive Suite – Providing guests with all the comforts of home, this one-bedroom suites has a high standard of amenities including WiFi, cable TV, mini-bar, coffee maker, air conditioning, hair dryer, safe and alarm clock radio. There is a spacious seating area and desk and a four-poster king size bed. The suite is on the second floor and can connect with a deluxe room next door making it great for families and groups.
Oualie Beach Restaurant - Situated right on the best beach on the island and open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this restaurant has a casual feel to it, with most people choosing to have lunch outside on the sand under the shade of soaring palms. The current executive chef Michael Henville has the benefit of being a native of the island and having honed his skills at the Culinary Institute of America. Bringing a fresh approach to the restaurant and its cuisine, and assisted by native sous chefs, the menus are created incorporating fresh and locally grown products where possible. For dinner you have a choice of seating inside the open-air restaurant or al-fresco under the stars.
Oualie bar - The destination for most diners after their evening meal and a chance to mingle with the locals and resident expats. Live music and dancing usually happens a few times a week and the bar has a fun and eclectic atmosphere. The sign of a green flash at sunset signifies 2 for 1 drinks.
Deep sea fishing
Mountain bikes for hire
The one room spa was recently featured in islands magazine and is a tranquil oasis offering a variety of tantalising treatments in an airconditioned setting or right on the beach.