I'm thinking of booking a 4 night stay at Four Seasons Nevis the weekend of 1/21/11 for my husband's 40th. This will be our first stay there. They are offering a 4th night free, which makes for a relatively reasonable stay (esp. versus Jumby Bay, which was my first pick). However, after visiting the hotel website, I see that it is closed until 12/15. I have called the hotel and left a message (no answer as direct reservations line is closed for the night), but does anyone here have any thoughts on the risk factor involved in booking a mid-to-late January stay at a hotel that is currently closed but -- according to website -- scheduled to reopen 12/15? (According to Fodor's Caribbean 2011 book, hotel was originally scheduled to reopen in Nov., and further web research indicates even earlier opening dates that obviously didn't happen). Thoughts?? Thanks in advance.
Four Seasons Nevis--Risky to Book for mid-to-late Jan.??
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