While some travelers love the pampering and convenience of all-inclusive resorts, other opt for the intimacy and individuality of a boutique stay. For those who choose resorts, all-inclusive options allow for a hassle-free vacation with pre-planned activities, meals, and excursions. And for the fans of boutiques, nothing beats charming character and a unique ambiance, mixed with the personal attention that comes with having fewer guests. So whether you'd rather have a massive resort as your playground, or cozy accommodations at a boutique, Oyster wants to know which adventure you choose. Take a look at the options below in the Caribbean destination of Nevis and then enter your answer in the comments section.
Option 1: An all-inclusive romp at the resort
Resort pick: Four Seasons Resort Nevis
This 192-room mega-resort has all the top-notch amenities you would expect from a Four Seasons resort: three on-site restaurants and inclusive options that include three pools, 10 tennis courts, kids and teen activities, a golf course, gorgeous spa facilities, and tons of watersports.
Option 2: A private sanctuary at a boutique
Boutique pick: Nisbet Plantation Beach Club, Nevis
With only 36 rooms at this gorgeous property, the Nisbet Plantation is an isolated retreat for anyone looking for solitude or seclusion. The airy cottages are modest and comfortable, but still has plenty activities to keep guests busy at their own leisure. Along the sprawling grounds, the plantation offers an oceanfront pool, quaint spa, several dining options, and outdoor excursions.