Kittitian Hill on the island of St. Kitts in the West Indies is $600 million pioneering new sustainable real estate and hospitality destination. It is set on the hillside with 400 acres of steep contours and flat costal plain on the north coast between Mount Liamugia and the Caribbean Sea. It was designed by award winning, Bangkok-based architect Bill Bensley. Life is simple here – there’s no rush or hassle, just time and space to relax among the natural beauty that surrounds you.
“My vision is to bring together community and culture, along with mindful conservation of natural resources,” says founder Val Kempadoo. “This means we can offer our guests an unforgettable experience, while bringing lasting, life-changing benefits to the local people and economy.”
Kittitian Hill is composed of various hospitality components:
– Belle Mont Farm: five star sustainable luxury hotel composed of 84 Guesthouses and 7 four-bedroom Farmhouses, set on a tropical farm.
– Yaya Grove: a collection of secluded 3 and 4 bedroom villas for rent or purchase including access to the services and amenities on the resort.
– Village Inn: situated at the heart of the village, it consists of a range of-title condominium apartments within the Kittitian Hill Village.
– Golden Lemon: upscale beachfront property hotel on the beach at Dieppe Bay offering sea food restaurant, beach club and bar.
– Mango Walk Spa: a destination spa in a forest of giant mango trees offering indigenous treatments.
– Irie Fields: 18 hole Championship Golf Course designed by Ian Woosnam known as the most edible golf course in the world.
Based on a philosophy of community and sustainability, Kittitian Hill offers unique St. Kitts vacation experiences that are designed to transcend the spirit, nourish the mind, and leave guests feeling not only refreshed, but inspired.