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Take a romantic break at the Park Hyatt St Kitts

Once known as the gateway to the Caribbean, St Kitts is the destination of a lifetime. Discover how the island rose to become the leader in sugar cane cultivation; how a former slave ship captain was so inspired he wrote the beloved folk song Amazing Grace.

Even Christopher Columbus was so taken by the island'ss natural beauty and saintly shape he named it after the patron saint of all travels, St Christopher, later shortened to St Kitts.

The island is small enough to see in a day and big enough to explore for a lifetime. Discover the secret white sand beaches and the towering volcano rising above the lush rainforests. Swim in the aqua blue waters above coral beds that team with fish of every colour.

One of the most enchanting qualities of St Kitts is the people - experience their music, their food, their drink and, above all, their hospitality.

And one of the island's most stunning hotels is the Park Hyatt.

Ocean View Suite
Ocean View Suite

Park Hyatt St Kitts Christophe Harbour is a luxury hotel set on secluded Banana Bay in the most natural and untouched region of the island, yet only 12 miles from the international airport and Basseterre, the capital.

The chic 126 room-hotel reflects the island's rich culture and lush landscapes.

Sustainably-designed, it combines contemporary architecture and an atmosphere that reflects the rich historic routes of St Kitts.

Facilities include two pools, a spa, a beach front offering a multitude of amenities as well as multiple drinking and dining options.

Choose from The Great House restaurant at the heart of the resort, Fisherman’s Village - an ocean-to-table experience - or The Stone Barn which offers adults-only dining.

The hotel offers unparalleled views of the Caribbean Sea and neighbouring sister island, Nevis.

With St Kitts and Nevis only 2 miles apart, they really are the perfect twin centre destinations.

The two islands have their own personalities, both offering luxury resorts, natural environments and varied activities, as well as great food and drink and welcoming hospitality.

We look forward to booking your romantic holiday to St Kitts and/ or Nevis.

Lagoon Pool
Lagoon Pool


Here’s a quick guide to phrases you’ll hear on St Kitts:

  • “Kittitians” (pronounced Kittishin) - The name islanders call themselves

  • “Nevisians” (pronounced Neeveeshin) - The name for locals on Nevis

  • “Limin” - the word for hanging out, chilling on island time or having a good time

  • “Me Aarmm” - Oh my! Really?!

  • “Wuk up!” - Gyrating dance specifically to sweet soca music

  • “Donkey ears” - A long time

  • “M'ain know” - I don't know

  • “Picki nyehga” (pronounced Pickee Nayga) - A child

  • "A Lord doh" - What a pity


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