The First Park Hyatt Hotel in The Caribbean

Set on a nearly-untouched island within the Christophe Harbour development on Banana Bay, Park Hyatt St. Kitts offers the unparalleled Park Hyatt experience for discerning leisure travelers to this idyllic destination in the West Indies.

The Park Hyatt has launched its first hotel in the Caribbean this month in the southeastern coast of St. Kitts. The 126-room property—part of the ambitious Christophe Harbour yachting development—is situated on a tranquil stretch of Banana Bay, considered one of the island’s prettiest shorelines thanks to its powdery pale-gold sands and crystalline waters.

Although the Park Hyatt St. Kitts draws plenty of inspiration from its idyllic surroundings, the décor scheme eschews typically Caribbean motifs in favor of a minimalist vibe, with sleek, sharp angles set against the soft backdrop of thick palm trees and aquamarine waters. Rooms are equally understated, with discreet local touches in the form of Kittitian artwork. The whole property is spread out in an arced formation in order to maximize views of the sea and the emerald peaks of neighboring Mount Nevis in the distance.



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