“At first, I was a bit surprised at winning a luxury travel award”, said John Yearwood, Managing Director of Oualie Beach Resort, “However, I am beginning to realize that guests no longer want the sterility of the typical 5 star vacation and the trend now is to seek out properties that provide a genuine wealth of experience that includes meeting local people and experiencing local culture, food, music and care free ambience.”
The Oualie Beach Resort on Nevis has won similar distinctions previously, including the #2 spot out of 50 Caribbean Beach Resorts nominated by Islands magazine readers and being named one of the 20 most awesome Beachfront Hotels under $200 by Caribbean Travel & Life magazine.
For years, Oualie Beach Resort has been promoting itself as Nevis’ premiere affordable accommodation choice. A full-service boutique property that is family-owned and operated, it offers many amenities typical of larger hotels while maintaining friendly, individualized service and a sense of community that’s within the means of most vacationers.
Situated on a sandy beach on the picturesque island of Nevis, Oualie Beach Resort is a uniquely charming, family-owned boutique hotel designed to appeal to travelers seeking a laid-back, personalized experience. The property’s management is passionately eco-friendly and employs sustainable tourism practices including solar water heaters, low energy lighting, water saving techniques and community development initiatives.
“Our goal is to deliver our guests an authentic Caribbean beach vacation at an affordable price.” said Karen Peterson, a Director and owner of Oualie Beach Resort. “We are passionate about sustainable tourism and are still the only hotel in St Kitts and Nevis to be internationally certified for our green, environmentally friendly practices.” The Resort recently added an 18kw array of photovoltaic panels making electricity from the sun and has just been awarded the top Green Leaders Platinum Award by Trip Advisor.
Guests may dine in a casual open air ambience at the Oualie Restaurant. Executive Chef Gary Urbanski, an former lecturer at the world famous Culinary Institute of America, and his local team prepare tempting Caribbean fusion cuisine using locally grown produce where ever possible. All fish and lobster are caught locally and kept fresh on ice, never frozen.
Oualie Beach Resort rates for 2016 start at $179 per room based on double occupancy and packages are available to suit a variety of special interests ranging from family to scuba to weddings & honeymoons. For more information or reservations, call 1-869-469-9735, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, visit www.oualiebeach.com or follow the property on facebook, twitter and instagram.