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Four Seasons Nevis Pricing Mystery

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I have read a number of posts here that suggest that it is wise to purchase the modified American Plan (Breakfast & Dinner) at the Four Seasons, but the pricing doesn't seem to make that a very good option.

At the moment, rates for the bed and breakfast pacakage are $375 and rates for the standard package are $445. This is a no-brainer -- add breakfast and they'll give you $70 a night. However, the cheapest MAP plan is the "Indulge Your Senses" package, which is $605 and includes one 50 minute spa deal and dinner each night. The 50 minute spa treatments are $105 each according to the hotel -- these means that dinner is $125 in this plan. Given that the plan doesn't cover wine or any other alcohol, I find it hard to imagine that I would spend $125 on dinner without beverage service (or probably tip). Am I doing something wrong or is the fact that the bed & breakfast package is so cheap the reason that this isn't a good deal?

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