Park Hyatt’s first hotel in the Caribbean has officially opened its doors on the island of St Kitts. Developed by Range Developments, Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour spans the secluded beach of Banana Bay at the foot of St. Kitts’ lush rolling hills and offers unobstructed views of the Caribbean Sea and neighboring Nevis.
The new 126-room luxury resort is also home to three signature restaurants, indoor and outdoor event spaces, two pools, and other distinct amenities.
All 78 rooms and 48 suites incorporate local materials and seamlessly intertwine contemporary architecture with colonial design. Each room’s chic, Kittitian-inspired décor showcases views of the Caribbean Sea and the islands beyond, with luxurious touches of peerless quality such as private balconies and terraces, rain-showers and deep soaking tubs. For the ultimate indulgence, the three-bedroom Presidential Villa is equipped with a private infinity pool, wellness area, personal butler and private chef.
Dining experiences offer exceptional local and international cuisine. Fisherman’s Village serves ocean-to-table lunch and dinner overlooking the water. For a more intimate dining experience, guests can indulge in The Stone Barn adults-only restaurant. The Great House, reflective of a grand colonial home, offers all-day dining, a Rum Bar, herb garden, chef’s table and a conservatory serving plantation afternoon tea.
Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour features both indoor and outdoor private event spaces, suitable for incentive groups, weddings and social functions. The two lush private event lawns enjoy uninterrupted views of Banana Bay and the neighboring island of Nevis. Events were traditionally held in residences on the island and the resort’s Reception Hall houses seven, chic indoor event spaces.
The hotel also boasts a 37,752-square-foot Miraval Life in Balance Spa facility including heated private plunge pools, nine treatment rooms and a 1,750-square-foot, 24-hour fitness center.
To encourage guests’ island immersion, Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour offers a series of enriching “journeys” that have been carefully curated to introduce guests to the history, culture and people of the Federation, from walks with an island historian and rainforest excursions, to visiting the UNESCO Brimstone Hill Fortress that was elemental in Caribbean history.