Taking over the entire Four Seasons Resort in Nevis feels like being on your own private island. Ultra-luxe, serene, with no one else in sight—it’s the highest level of exclusivity. But how does a planner even start the process?
Now, a new program for meetings and incentives—Extraordinary Exclusives and Buyouts—lets planners transform an entire Four Seasons into their own private experience. The possibilities for branding are practically limitless. The staff focuses on no one other than your guests. Each incentive winner feels like a VIP.
This opportunity was open to groups on a per-case basis until the new program launched. In fact, Senior Vice President Global Sales Jonathan Sicroff says, “It may have been the MICE industry’s best kept secret.”
There are two distinct types of opportunities, exclusives and buyouts. Exclusives provide a complete takeover of the hotel or resort with no outside use of any areas of the property. Buyouts include all guest rooms, function spaces, pools and most areas of the hotel or resort. However, the property may allow access to outside guests to restaurants, the spa and golf course or private residences.
A new web site breaks down each property according to which category it falls under, exclusives or buyouts (or both), as well as other criteria: minimum rooms nights required, minimum length of stay and availability periods, as well as listing any inclusions.
For more information, visit the Four Seasons web site.