The Caribbean’s First Park Hyatt Hotel to Open on St. Kitts This Summer

This summer, the Caribbean will be home to its first Park Hyatt hotel in the form of the Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour.

The 126-room resort will span the secluded beach of Banana Bay at the foot of the island’s rolling hills. The hotel will be home to three signature restaurants, a destination resort spa and wellness center, and indoor and outdoor event spaces.

All 78 rooms and 48 suites arch and face the golden sandy beach of Banana Bay. Sustainably designed with local materials and unique water features throughout, each room’s decor will showcase the views of the Caribbean Sea and the resort grounds, with luxurious touches such as private balconies and terraces, local artwork, rain-showers and deep soaking tubs. 

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Premium suites will feature private rooftop swimming pools and sundecks. The three-bedroom Presidential Villa will be the ultimate indulgence for discerning guests, equipped with a private infinity pool, wellness area, personal butler and private chef.

The resort will showcase exceptional local and international cuisine through three distinct dining experiences. The Great House, reflective of a grand colonial home, will offer all-day dining, a Rum Bar, an herb garden, a chef’s table, and a conservatory serving afternoon tea. The Fisherman’s Village will serve "ocean-to-table" lunch and dinner. The Stone Barn will bring an adult-only intimate dining experience. Pool bars will also offer the region’s finest rum.

The Sugar Mill Spa & Sanctuary will be home to nine treatment rooms, Watsu therapy, and a 1,750-square-foot, 24-hour fitness club. Treatments will incorporate local herbs, and the shadow of the resort’s Sugar Mill will provide a tranquil location for daily yoga and meditation. 

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