The Four Seasons Resort Nevis, a Caribbean Icon

You can spend all day watching Nevis Peak.

The green, daunting, cloud-crowned volcano is the towering core of this island, its energy imbuing itself into just about every moment of your day.

But Nevis Peak is watching you too.

It’s what makes this island just so magical.

And it’s the essential backdrop, the tone-setter and the heartbeat of one of the Caribbean’s truly iconic resorts: the Four Seasons Resort Nevis.

Four Seasons Caribbean Resort Nevis
You see Nevis Peak the moment you arrive on the dock.

It was the first-ever Four Seasons in the Caribbean when it opened just over three decades ago, a resort that began as a vision by Isadore Sharpe and became the model for what a Caribbean hotel can be, not just from a hospitality standpoint but for the way it sustains and connects with the island.

And while the resort has maintained its place as a Caribbean legend, it’s got

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Disney Parks and Resort in-room skin care products supplier H2O+ to cease operations

After 33 years in business and almost 15 years as the supplier of Disney’s resort and cruise line toiletry products, H2O+ has announced it will cease operations.

H2O+ have been a regular sight in Disney hotel rooms for 15 years

In an announcement on the official H2O+ website, the company says, “After 30+ amazing years of innovation, we have made the very difficult decision to retire the brand at the end of the year.”

H2O+ became a fixture in Disney’s resort hotel rooms in 2008, supplying complimentary skincare and hair products.

The product’s future with Disney is unclear, with the company saying it will, “fulfill its obligation to supply products in accordance with agreements with its business partners”

H2O+ has been a long-time partner with the Walt Disney Co.

H2O+ parent company, Pola Orbis Holdings said, “Since joining the group, H2O Plus has been engaged in the manufacture and sale of cosmetics primarily in the US. However, the business environment surrounding the beauty brand has become “extremely difficult,” with sales falling short of expectations.

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Controversial plan could see Hawaii’s famous Coco Palms Resort rise again

The Coco Palms Resort was damaged in a 1992 hurricane and has been sitting unrepaired since then.

The Coco Palms Resort was damaged in a 1992 hurricane and has been sitting unrepaired since then.

Christine Hitt

For 30 years, the Coco Palms Resort on Hawaii‘s island of Kauai has laid in ruins. Famously featured in Elvis Presley’s film “Blue Hawaii,” the resort is under new ownership, and its fate could be decided this week.

The new owners want to build a new 350-room hotel on the same site, according to KITV, and the permits are up for approval at a Kauai Planning Commission meeting on Tuesday. Opponents, however, would prefer it be turned down and replaced with a park or cultural preserve.

“They’re given special exemption to rebuild on an Iniki ordinance from 30 years ago. I mean, when our whole understanding of environment and our whole understanding of like cultural significance, it’s changed. Our entire

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Hintegro Resort-Inspired Townhouse in Hong Kong

Hong Kong interior design house, Hintegro, fully graced a townhouse located in the low-density luxury estate Hong Lok Yuen in Tai Po. The resort-inspired abode is home to a young couple who have an affinity for supercars, skateboarding and luxury handbags. Taking the original ancestral home interiors, the couple teamed up with Hintegro to create a cozy yet refreshing getaway while also accommodating their Welsh Corgi, Shiba Inu and expected child. The design is all about balance as affordable materials were used to create a luxurious setting while still holding true to functionality.

“We are both busy at work and dream to come home to feel carefree like a holiday,” said the lady of the house.

Veering from simply going for a minimalist aesthetic, the design embraces each of their personalities as well as their individual passions. A greeting of two entryways leads up to the house with a fish

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One & Only Resort coming to Big Sky in 2024

The One & Only is a world-renowned resort that is coming to Big Sky in 2024. The One & Only was ranked number two in Travel and Leisure’s top 25 Best Hotel Brands and it is finally coming to the United States in Montana. Matt Kidd, the managing director at Lone Mountain Land Company spoke with us Thursday about the project.

“One & Only is a very special hospitality and residential project here in Big Sky Montana,” says Kidd, “We will have about 94 hotel rooms and 62 residences. Obviously, this is a very spectacular location here in Big Sky and to have the One & Only brand here in Montana is a big deal. This is the first location for this brand in all of the United States.”

This resort only has 12 locations worldwide and the development in Big Sky will include many unique features that will be

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