Nevis, West Indies
Nevis, West Indies
Set on the sunset-facing west coast on the enchanting island of Nevis, Cades Beach Resort is the perfect getaway. Located on 5.2 acres with over 650ft of beachfront property, Cades features 100 keys in a mix of luxury standard and master suites, sold individually and managed as hotel suites, perfect for visitors seeking an exclusive, quieter Caribbean experience.
Each hotel suite features views of the Caribbean Sea offering spectacular vistas across the two mile Narrows to the island of St. Kitts.
Cades Beach Resort is approved in principal for the Citizenship by Investment Programme of the Federation of St Kitts & Nevis.
Wealthy individuals and their families can qualify for second citizenships and new passports with a minimum investment of US$ 450,000.
Nevis, the hidden gem of the Caribbean, is one of the most pure and peaceful islands in the Caribbean. Nevis has long been a favourite of celebrities and royalty boasting white, black, and golden palm-fringed sandy beaches. Less flashy than fellow Caribbean islands, Nevis attracts a crowd who understands charm and luxury and remains a preferred destination among discerning travellers; there are no casinos or cruise ships, only a tiny airstrip that accommodates small and private planes.
A handful of top quality hotels include the Relais & Chateaux Montpelier, one of the island’s heritage mansions, where Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson met and married Frances Nisbet. The luxurious Four Seasons Resort, coupled with private secluded beaches, makes Nevis a popular vacation destination for world-class travellers. Pinney’s Beach, a three-mile stretch of shoreline, is a popular place to relax on the sand, swim, or grab a drink from a local rustic beach bar. Lover’s Beach, located on the northern side of the island, is a more secluded spot perfect for soaking up the sun, a picnic, or afternoon tryst.
No wonder Nevis was Princess Diana’s destination of choice when she wanted to spend quality time with her sons.
The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis has the longest-standing (established in 1984) citizenship by investment initiative in the world. Key benefits of St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship include:
Under the Citizenship by Investment Programme qualified applicants must make a minimum real estate investment of US $ 400,000 into a government approved real estate project. Every hotel unit at Cades Beach Resort meets the current minimum investment requirement, and Cades Beach will provide you with assistance through every step of the citizenship application process.