Quiet beaches, turquoise waters, colonial architecture and authentic island cuisine. So far, so St Kitts. But factor in active pursuits like parasailing, zip lining and horse riding, and this Park Hyatt resort becomes somewhere with a little extra. The historic Christophe Harbour in Banana Bay forms the picturesque backdrop to this luxury hideaway; a perfect locale in an almost untouched island setting. From here, sweeping sea views overlook the glistening Narrows Straight that separates St. Kitts from Nevis, its volcanic neighbouring island.

Rooms at Park Hyatt St Kitts

Park Hyatt St. Kitts has 78 rooms and 48 suites housed in a series of dwellings which form an arc around the resort. Each of the accommodations faces towards Banana Bay and have either a private balcony or terrace. Every room and suite is tastefully decorated in simple, chic décor, so as not to distract from the colours of the Caribbean and the resort grounds. Invigorating rain showers prepare you for the day’s activities and deep soaking tubs allow you to relax and unwind before sinking into lush white linens and puffy pillows for a peaceful night's rest. Premium suites offer private swimming pools and sundecks with spectacular views of the neighbouring, cloud-capped Nevis island. The resort is also home to a three-bedroom Presidential Villa with private infinity pool, gym and games room.

Things to do at Park Hyatt St Kitts

From the up-tempo and adrenalin-fuelled to the laid-back and restorative, the sheer wealth of ways to both stay active and relaxed at Park Hyatt St Kitts is amazing. Retreat to Sugar Mill Spa & Sanctuary for uplifting wellness treatments; kick back by the sun-soaked pools; enjoy a tropical breeze on the pristine beach; journey back in time on a heritage tour or set sail with non-motorised water-sports. Plus, discover tennis and golf facilities nearby. As well as the aforementioned active pursuits, those with a sense of adventure will love the jungle hikes, yacht cruises and fishing trips that can be arranged for guests of Park Hyatt St Kitts, while yoga and meditation are also available to bring balance and harmony to your stay.

Food at Park Hyatt St Kitts

Alongside a warm climate, soft sand beach and cinematic scenery, great food is always near to top of the list for holiday satisfaction. And a holiday to St Kitts should be no exception. Park Hyatt draws the foodies with its three signature restaurants: The Great House, The Fisherman’s Village and The Stone Barn. These bustling eateries source fresh, neighbourhood produce to enhance their innovative menus, and specialise in traditional, seafood, and French cuisine respectively.

Please note: In-room dining hours will be 6AM – 11PM. Island Fort kids program will be closed during the month of September, but childcare services will be provided for standard fees based on availability.

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Accommodation

One King Bed

Relax in 527 square feet, with one king bed, a spa-inspired bath with deep soaking tub, a private terrace, and plentiful seaside light streaming through your floor-to-ceiling windows.

One King Bed Beachside

Indulge in 527 square feet, with one king bed, a spa-inspired bath featuring a deep soaking tub, and a private terrace overlooking the beach.

Two Queen Beds Beachside

Unwind in 527 square feet, with two queen beds, a spa-inspired bath that includes a deep soaking tub, a private terrace, and magnificent views of the beach.

One King Bed Ocean View

Luxuriate in 527 square feet, with one king bed, a spa-inspired bath with deep soaking tub, a sitting area, and a private terrace giving you views of Banana Bay and Straits of Nevis.

Two Queen Beds Ocean View

Settle into 527 square feet, with two queen beds, a sitting area, a spa-inspired bath that includes a deep soaking tub, and a private terrace with views of Banana Bay and Straits of Nevis.

Beachside Suite

Spread out in 678 square feet, with one king bed, a deep soaking tub in your spa-inspired bath, and a private terrace with views of the beach.

Ocean View Suite

Relax in 678 square feet, with one king bed, a deep soaking tub, a separate lounge area, a private terrace, and gorgeous Banana Bay or Straits of Nevis views.

Plunge Pool Rooftop Suite

Revel in 678 square feet, with one king bed, deep soaking tub, and private plunge pool and terrace. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame sea and mountain views. This is a premium suite. See World of Hyatt program terms for upgrade eligibility.

Plunge Pool Rooftop Deluxe Suite

Soar in 905 square feet with an additional private deck of 1,305 square feet. One king bed, deep soaking tub, separate lounge and dining areas, and private plunge pool and terrace with views of Nevis. This is a premium suite. See World of Hyatt program terms for upgrade eligibility.

Two Queen Beds

Stretch out in 527 square feet, with two queen beds, a spa-inspired bath with a deep soaking tub, a sitting area, and a private terrace.

Facilities

  • Adult pool
  • Beachfront location
  • Concierge
  • Family Pool
  • Gym
  • Kids & Teens Club
  • Onsite Shop
  • Private Beach
  • Public Beach
  • Spa
  • Villas with pool
  • Watersports

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Food & Drink

The Fisherman's Village

The Fisherman’s Village has been created to reflect the huts and berths that once lined the coastline of St. Kitts. The Fisherman’s Village at Park Hyatt St. Kitts offers an ocean to table family dining experience for both lunch and dinner. Dress codes are as follows: Lunch - casual wear (no swimsuits & appropriate cover-ups); Dinner - semi-causal (resort elegance).

The Great House

The Great House restaurant is reflective of the grand houses which once stood at the centre of each plantation. Traditionally, in those great houses governors may have congregated over meals to celebrate with each other in a luxurious and relaxing setting. Today, The Great House restaurant has that same intention. It is the heart of the resort and home to an all-day dining venue. Indoor and outdoor seating is available in the Great House, as well as housing the main hotel restaurant. The venue includes a Rum Bar, herb garden, chefs table and a conservatory serving plantation afternoon tea. Dress codes are as follows: Breakfast - casual wear (no swimsuits & appropriate cover-ups); Lunch - casual wear; Dinner - semi-causal (resort elegance).

The Stone Barn

The stone barns on the island of St. Kitts were once used to protect the crops during the wet season on the island. The Stone Barn will offer adult-only dining for dinner and serving food from the hearth. Dress codes are as follows: Dinner - semi-causal (resort elegance).