New Year, New Honors for Nisbet Plantation Beach Club on Nevis Recognized by the prestigious Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure magazines

NEVIS, West Indies — Nisbet Plantation Beach Club is beginning the New Year with two honors naming the intimate Nevis resort among the top resorts in the Caribbean and the world.

In the Condé Nast Traveler 2014 Gold List of the World’s Best Places to Stay, Nisbet Plantation received an overall score of 94.9, ranking #5 in the Caribbean and Atlantic and the top-ranked resort on St. Kitts and Nevis.

Additionally, Nisbet Plantation was honored for the third year in a row in the Condé Nast Traveler Platinum Circle. The Platinum Circle recognizes “Gold List superstars” and consistency in excellence for properties that make the Gold List five years in a row. 2014 marked Nisbet Plantation’s eighth appearance on the list.

In Travel + Leisure, another prestigious travel magazine, Nisbet Plantation Beach Club was recognized in the T+L 500 list of the World’s Best Hotels for 2014. Nisbet Plantation received an overall score of 94.67, the highest score on the two-island nation and earning the resort a No. 3 spot within the Caribbean.

“2014 marks 25 years of ownership of Nisbet Plantation for Mr. David Dodwell and I can’t think of a better way to begin the year than with two new honors,” comments Alistair W.L. Forrest, General Manager at Nisbet Plantation Beach Club. “Under his leadership, this historic plantation inn has gained international acclaim as well as a loyal legion of repeat guests.”

Mr. Forrest continues, “But I believe the primary reason why guests return and rave about their stay is because of the exceptional personal service delivered by the ladies and gentlemen of Nisbet Plantation. They truly love welcoming guests to their island home and delivering a memorable vacation experience.”

Both awards are published online and featured in the January 2014 issues of the magazines, which are on newsstands now. The Condé Nast Traveler Gold List may be viewed by visiting and the T+L 500 may be viewed online at

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