by Terry Ward
Fronting Banana Bay on the southern tip of St. Kitts, the Park Hyatt St. Kitts looks across the Narrows, a splash of turquoise water, to the neighboring island of Nevis. This property is also a short hop from the popular water sports beach, Reggae Beach.
You’ll find it hard to abandon the 20-acre property, however, with all the luxurious and family-friendly amenities in store. Kayaks, paddleboards and snorkels are all available to guests looking to get out on the water. And the hotel’s pretty beach is a great place to pass the days, too.
With 78 rooms and 48 suites, all facing the water, you’ll always have a view, and amenities like deep soaking tubs and balconies or terraces to soak in the sea breezes are standard.
There are several onsite restaurants, and the outdoor Fisherman’s Village restaurant is the family favorite for lunch and dinner. The Island Fort Kids Program, complimentary for young guests from age 3 to 12, has morning and afternoon sessions, as well as evening programs during peak season months (winter).
Our Editor Loves
- Dreamy location
- Water sports galore
- Island Fort Kids Program
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Connecting Rooms
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
The Hyatt is at a beautiful location. It is a bit far to go down the peninsula but well worth it. It is a bit pricey. The hotel is worth it but I would go other places for food on the island for a better value for the dollar.
The Park Hyatt is a fantastic hot with incredible dining, wonderful space, and gracious staff. We would recommend this location to anyone looking for an escape from the ordinary. We went just before the high season, which was perfect for a couples retreat.