Pictured: Belle Mont Farm Hotel opens later this year.
Put Kittitian Hill, a new real estate and hospitality destination on St. Kitts’ lush northern tip, on your radar.
This $600 million project, expected to wrap up later this year, is representative of the evolving West Indian business philosophy dedicated to enhancing travel and tourism to the country along with other developments such as the new private jet terminal and enhanced air lift recently announced by Seaborne Airlines.
Some of its features include private villas and a boutique hotel on a tropical fruit farm, a golf course that winds its way through lush organic farmland and a spa set in an ancient mango grove.
Note: With views of an ancient tropical forest, Kittitian Hill’s 400 acres of fertile farmland are set between Mount Liamuiga and the Caribbean. The project includes private villas, a luxury boutique hotel, and a village filled with restaurants and shops.
Nice Touch: Every building within Kittitian Hill will be constructed using local or sustainable materials, crafted in collaboration with a team of over 50 local contractors and craftsmen so that every structure uses the best of local Caribbean techniques and talent. Likewise, the farm will become a self-sustainable landscape, able to nourish Kittitian Hill residents and guests with a bounty of organically grown produce and will lead the farm-to-table movement in the Caribbean.
The public will be invited to experience Kittitian Hill later in the year, when the 84-cottage Belle Mont Farm Hotel opens and its edible, organic Irie Fields golf course is ready for play. It’s too soon for an advisor liaison, but be sure to watch this space.