Park Hyatt to debut first ever Caribbean resort in St. Kitts

Park Hyatt to debut first ever Caribbean resort in St. Kitts

ST. KITTS — The Park Hyatt brand will make its Caribbean debut this summer with the opening of Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour, a 126-room resort that spans the secluded beach of Banana Bay.

Upon opening, it will boast three signature restaurants, a destination resort spa and wellness centre, and indoor and outdoor event spaces. All 78 rooms and 48 suites face the sandy beach of Banana Bay and feature private balconies and terraces, local artwork, rain-showers and deep soaking tubs. Premium suites truly impress with private rooftop swimming pools and sundecks, while the three-bedroom Presidential Villa comes equipped with a private infinity pool, wellness area, personal butler and private chef.

The resort will also showcase local and international cuisine through three distinct dining experiences: The Great House, which offers all-day dining and Rum Bar; The Fisherman’s Village, serving ocean-to-table lunch and dinner on the water; and The Stone Barn, an adult-only dining experience with an extensive wine list. Over at pool bars, guests can also enjoy the region’s finest rum.

Spa-goers can luxuriate at The Sugar Mill Spa & Sanctuary, home to nine treatment rooms, Watsu therapy and a 1,750-square-foot, 24-hour fitness club. After enjoying treatments that incorporate local herbs, guests can partake in an abundance of activities like snorkelling, motorized water sports in the neighbouring bay, boating and – for the truly adventurous – the annual swim from St. Kitts to Nevis.

In addition, Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour has developed a series of enriching ‘Journeys’, which will introduce guests to the history, culture and people of the Federation, which until 2005 still had sugar production as its dominant industry. Each immersive Journey itinerary will be curated to feature local activities, from walks with an island historian and rainforest excursions, to visiting a UNESCO fortress. For the resort’s youngest guests, The Island Fort by Camp Hyatt will offer educational activities surrounding the culture of St. Kitts & Nevis.

“We are honoured to be so warmly welcomed into the St. Kitts & Nevis community and are strongly committed to being a key partner in the growth of the destination,” said Julian Moore, General Manager of Park Hyatt St. Kitts. “We are excited to be introducing our guests to the unique Park Hyatt experience and embrace the vibrant culture, history and people that define the Federation of St. Kitts & Nevis.”

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