New in the Caribbean: Park Hyatt St. Kitts

Entrance to Presidential Villa

Hyatt Hotels reports that the first branded hotel in the Caribbean, Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour, is now open. Located in Christophe Harbour, the 126-room luxury resort spans Banana Bay beach and has views of neighboring Nevis. It will also house the first Miraval Life in Balance Spa in the Caribbean.

The resort has three restaurants, two pools and event space. All 78 rooms and 48 suites have views of the Caribbean and local islands from private balconies and terraces. The three-bedroom Presidential Villa has a private infinity pool, wellness area, personal butler and private chef.

Fisherman’s Village restaurant serves ocean-to-table lunch and dinner overlooking the water while the more intimate Stone Barn provides adults-only dining. The Great House, designed after a grand colonial home, offers all-day dining, a Rum Bar, herb garden, chef’s table and a conservatory serving afternoon tea.

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Miraval Life in Balance Spa is a 37,752-square-foot facility. There are three couples rooms with heated private plunge pools and outdoor showers. A 24-hour fitness center provides yoga and meditation experiences. 

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