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Nisbet Plantation Beach Club

At a Glance

    Pros

  • glorious setting
  • the definition of casual elegance
  • environmentally conscious practices
  • plentiful recreational options such as mountain bikes, kayaks, even Vespa scooters
  • extras such as free use of digital video recorders and handheld GPS locators

    Cons

  • long drive to most activities on island
  • airplanes occasionally whoosh by
  • food is variable
  • occasionally dodgy Wi-Fi signal

Nisbet Plantation Beach Club Review

At this beachfront plantation inn, pale yellow cottages face a regal, palm-lined grass avenue that sweeps to a lovely champagne-hue beach. The three categories of faultlessly maintained rooms all have vaulted ceilings, graceful patios, gleaming tile floors, granite accents, and such whimsical touches as trompe l'oeil jungle murals. The best buys are the so-called superior units, set back amid the banyan trees. They're nearly as spacious as top-of-the-line rooms and cost more than $200 less. Service is efficient and caring and convivial managers welcome guests as if they were coming home. In addition to the greathouse restaurant, you'll find two casual beach eateries and a deck bar with fantastic sunset views. The small spa specializes in island-infused products created exclusively for the resort. Laundry service, afternoon tea, and smiles are complimentary.

    Hotel Details

  • 36 rooms.
  • Rate includes some meals.
Updated: 03-04-2014

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