The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic has disrupted our usual way of life in unprecedented ways and continues to present challenges with each new day.  As the world continues to grapple with the effects of this pandemic, we at Chrishi Beach Club recognize that your health, safety and peace of mind are our priority.  In light of this, we have adopted all Government-mandated protocols and guidelines, and have developed a COVID-19 Response policy that seeks to provide you with flexibility and reassurance during this very uncertain time. 

Things have changed, but our commitment to you remains the same.  We look forward to welcoming you to a safe and sanitary environment for you and your loved ones to relax and enjoy.

Relaxed Payment Terms (COVID-19)

A 25% deposit is required to confirm all bookings and should be paid within two weeks of the reservation. We have relaxed the period for the full invoice to be paid to 30 days before arrival, irrespective of the season.

Relaxed Cancellation Policies

We understand that in this time of increased uncertainty, there is a need for increased flexibility, as such, we have amended our cancellation policies to the following for any Covid-19 related reason:

Existing Reservations for Arrivals in 2020

Guest with confirmed bookings for travel up to December 14, 2020, who are unable to travel for any Covid-19 related reason* may:

Reschedule their stay in the same villa (subject to availability) up to 12 months with no penalties.

If a cancellation is necessary, the cancellation policy in effect at the time of booking will be enforced.

New & Existing Reservations for Arrivals in 2021

In the event of a travel advisory is issued against St. Kitts and Nevis or flights are cancelled from your country of origin, you may reschedule your stay within 12 months. Should you wish to cancel, a full refund, less all bank charges and processing fees will be issued.

Covid-19 related cancellations 

The St.Kitts and Nevis Government refuses a passenger entry based on their origin (whether by residence, recent travel to a particular destination or based on flight origin)

A foreign government issues a specific travel ban to or from St. Kitts and Nevis that prevents a guest from travelling.

A level 3 CDC warning or Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO) advisory against St. Kitts and Nevis.  

COVID-19 St. Kitts and Nevis Update

St. Kitts and Nevis remains in the fortunate position of having no evidence of novel coronavirus in the federation at this date. Any new cases should be the result of recent travel, and those persons will be quarantined. The island is fully open for business with no curfew restrictions in place. The Government continues to monitor the situation closely with strict protocols in place which are continually being adjusted as the situation changes.

St. Kitts and Nevis Travel Protocols

The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has implemented several protocols and safeguards to protect both locals and visitors while on the island. Travellers travelling through Low, Medium and High-Risk countries are expected to present a COVID_19 negative test on arrival.  The test should be a COVID-19 PCR antigen test, undertaken at an accredited laboratory no more than 72 hours before the start of your trip.  

All travellers are also required to complete an electronic Immigration and Customs Form, which must be submitted 24 hours before departure along with the negative test result.  Immigration and Customs form can be accessed on the official Covid web page for St. Kitts and Nevis.

If you chose to stay with us, you can use the beach on our 6.5 acre land. You can also use the restaurant. But make sure you follow all guidelines. After the first 7 days on the property (if you stay that long) you can join Government approved activities which will be informed about after 7 days. You will also need to take a test on the 7th day. You will continue to only use the facilities of Chrishi Beach Club, however after 14 days and after an other test you can enter the community freely if it showes negative. You will need a negative test to depart the federation as well. Make sure that is booked in advance.


Health & Safety Protocols

As we seek to safeguard the health and wellbeing of our loyal guests and valued employees, we have implemented mandatory temperature screening of villa and restaurant staff on arrival for work. Also, all staff are required to wear a face mask when interacting with guests.

To better serve and protect you, we have retrained our staff per the St. Kitts and Nevis government-regulated protocols and equipped them with Covid-19 literature and classes for their ease of reference. We have also posted reminders of how to maintain good hygiene in visible areas. Should someone display any Covid-19 symptoms, there is a designated quarantine room where our staff will execute the emergency drill.

For ease of convenience, we have included the COVID-19 hotline in a list of emergency numbers. Also, we have equipped all our villas with hand sanitizing stations, introduced COVID-19 kits that contain disposable face masks (initial stock), gloves, rubbing alcohol, thermometer, cotton balls and Panadols and provided a fully stocked First Aid Kit.

As a safety precaution, back to back bookings will not be allowed. Daily, we have increased the routine cleaning and sanitizing of each villa; particularly high contact surfaces. We have also provided staff with all the Personal and Protective Equipment (PPE) required to stay safe and minimize exposure or transmission of virus when doing the cleaning.