A rendering of the new Park Hyatt.

The Park Hyatt St. Kitts Is Now Taking Bookings

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - July 16, 2017

It’s the Caribbean’s most anticipated hotel opening of 2017: the new Park Hyatt St. Kitts, and it’s now taking bookings for Deember.

The hotel is now bookable for stays beginning Dec. 16, a spokesperson for the hotel told Caribbean Journal, a date confirmed on the property’s Web site.

The starting rate looked to be $750 per night for a Beachside King room.

The hotel, Park Hyatt’s first in the Caribbean, is located on St. Kitts’ Banana Bay on the island’s picturesque southeastern peninsula, and could be a transformative property for the island upon its debut.

The property will include 78 rooms and 48 suites across a series of dwellings in an arc around the resort, all facing the bay with either a private balcony or a terrace, with some suites offering private pools and sundecks with views of nearby Nevis.

The resort also includes three dining options: The Great House (which includes a Rum Bar), the family-friendly Fisherman’s Village and The Stone Barn, an adults-only eatery.

Wellness options will include a spa with nine treatment rooms, along with private yoga and meditation.

The Park Hyatt will also include 7,000 square feet of flexible event space.

For more information, visit the Park Hyatt St. Kitts.

— CJ

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