Park Hyatt St. Kitts Finally Opens

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The Park Hyatt St. Kitts is finally set to open its doors and is currently accepting reservations starting November 8, 2017. This is a World of Hyatt Category 7 property meaning free nights start at 30,000 World of Hyatt Points, or Points + Cash is available from 15,000 points and $300 per night.

As a big Hyatt Globalist and a fan of beach resorts, I can’t wait to try out the first Park Hyatt in the Caribbean as I’ve already stayed at both the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, Nassau and the Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen.

Booking Options:

If you’re looking for a way to experience this property without spending hundreds a night or using 30,000 Hyatt points, and if you have recently signed up for the Hyatt Credit Card, (which used to 2 free nights after meeting the minimum spend requirements at any Hyatt), you could redeem these at the Park Hyatt St. Kitts.

If you’re in need of more Hyatt points, Hyatt is a Chase transfer partner so you can transfer Ultimate Rewards points at a 1:1 ratio to World of Hyatt, which is usually an instant transfer. Hyatt also allows members to transfer points between accounts by filling out a transfer form and emailing it in.

Searching for availability, the hotel currently has great standard availability for both Park King and Park Queen rooms, which is what booking with Points, Points + Cash, or your credit card free nights will book into.

If you’re wondering how to get to the island, St. Kitts is home to the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport which is served by the major US carriers including United (seasonal to Newark), American to Miami (seasonal to Charlotte, New York–JFK), and Delta (seasonal to Atlanta, and new seasonal service to New York-JFK beginning December 23, 2017.)

Check out our other Hyatt Caribbean hotel reviews:

Hotel Review: Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, Nassau

Hotel Review: Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen

Per Hyatt,

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced today the opening of the first Park Hyatt hotel in the Caribbean, Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour. Set within Christophe Harbour, the 126-room luxury resort spans the secluded beach of Banana Bay at the foot of St. Kitts’ lush rolling hills and offers unobstructed views of the Caribbean Sea and neighboring Nevis. Offering a wellness sanctuary for restorative peace, the resort is also unveiling the first Miraval Life in Balance Spa in the Caribbean. 

Home to three signature restaurants, indoor and outdoor event spaces, two pools, and other distinct amenities, Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour offers guests a journey of rare and intimate experiences. All 78 rooms and 48 suites are sustainably and thoughtfully designed by Range Developments, incorporating local materials and seamlessly intertwining contemporary architecture with colonial design. Each room’s chic, Kittitian-inspired décor showcases views of the Caribbean Sea and the islands beyond, with luxurious touches of peerless quality such as private balconies and terraces, rain-showers and deep soaking tubs. For the ultimate indulgence, the three-bedroom Presidential Villa is equipped with a private infinity pool, wellness area, personal butler and private chef.

Do you have plans to head down to the newest Park Hyatt? Feel free to comment below!

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  1. Not lots of details posted yet but came across this on their page
    DAMM they sure charging a lot for transfers
    The resort offers transfer services to and from the RLB International Airport. Shared transfers are $50.00 one way per person and private transfers are $180.00 one way for up to two adults and two children, or three adults, and $60.00 for each additional person thereafter.

  2. @Mike. Never use the transfers offered by Hyatt. As you pointed out, they’re a joke. We’ve used private transfers in Mexico, London and Mallorca(we then rented a car…another story). They were about half(even Blacklane private card service in London) of the Hyatt cost.
    We’re scheduled down to SKB to stay here in late January(two free nights, two on points). Was almost hoping they would be late in opening and start throwing points and free nights at us for different Hyatt properties. Mayakoba, Bahamas etc.. anyone?

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