Banana Bay, St. Kitts and Nevis
Park Hyatt St Kitts
What it is
An 126-room refuge fronting the frothy shores of Banana Bay, with a seafront lagoon pool.
What it isn't
Your grandpappy’s St. Kitts. The decor here is clean-lined, in cool palettes of whites, grays and blonde woods.
What we think
Some of the most jaw-dropping suites in the entire Caribbean are right here—with their own private rooftop pools and rainfall showers—but that doesn’t mean guests in standard rooms are slumming it. Far from it. Rooms start (start!) at 527 square feet, not including the for-your-eyes-only terrace and 50” LCD/Plasma TV. They look like they could be torn from the pages of Architectural Digest, but we’ll wager you won’t stay in them long: not with two swimming pools beckoning, yoga classes in a Sugar Mill, not to mention a nine room Miraval Spa, where treatments include a sea buckthorn and lavender oil wrap. Tycoons appreciate the stellar business services, including high-speed digital printing and courier services.
You're here because
The kids club is top notch: at comped daily The Island Fort by Camp Hyatt, your little ones will make Instagrammable sandcastles on the beach with help from flour and mineral oil; create bedazzled Carnival-inspired headpieces; and explore the on-site herb gardens with a pro.
Whoever said the Caribbean is not known for its food hasn’t been to The Great House. It truly lives up to its name, something you know the second you bite into your Leeward Islands spiny lobster with hand-cut squid ink pasta and lumpfish caviar. When you try the buttermilk and lemon curd pie with cornmeal crust, you demand to see the chef. To hug them.
Restaurants & Bars
The Great House - Reflective of the former Plantations The Great House is at the heart of Park Hyatt St. Kitts. Serving international cuisine, The Great House will be available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with both indoor and outdoor seating
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 will offer an ocean to table dining experience for both lunch and dinner.
The Stone Barn - The Stone Barn on a Plantation was used to protect the sugar from the elements. The Stone Barn will be used as an adult’s only dining area offering food with limited components and a global influence.
Fanes Beach Bar - Beachfront bar
Tot’s Rum Bar - Located in the Great House
Flemings – The hotel's main bar named after the former plantaion owner where the hotel resides, located in the Great House
Ramparts Pool Bar - Pool bar
The Conservatory - Serves plantation afternoon tea
The Island Fort by Camp Hyatt is for our younger guests and offers a range of activities suitable for children aged between three and twelve years old.
A 20 minute drive from Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport, on glimmering Banana Bay.