Simplicity and low-key luxury, letting the views speak for themselves.

Sustainably designed with local materials and unique water features throughout, Park Hyatt St. Kitts echoes the island’s rich heritage and culture, and seamlessly intertwines contemporary architecture and colonial design.

Drawing on the surroundings

The Great House masquerades as an old farmhouse – an integral building that appears to have matured and evolved over the years with different extensions adding a mixture of styles and functions to offer a completely flexible space.

Timber-clad wall finishes and oversized glass hurricane lanterns remain true to the island’s history with the lattice-work detailing clearly referencing the Caribbean architecture which inspired the design. Central to this space, a large stone fireplace acts as the heart of the house from which the show-kitchen, rum bar, library, all-day dining and private dining rooms can be accessed. Outside in the central courtyard, a large herb garden provides the resort chefs a playground of flavours.

Fine dining in The Stone Barn

In The Stone Barn, guests are invited to a fine-dining experience within a building reminiscent of the old mills that used to stand on the island. Local volcanic rocks provide an inviting grey backdrop to a giant feature oven, exposed beams and ceiling fans. Exposed wine bottles and barrels add interest to the walls and pops of red contemporary furniture bring further energy to the space.

King Room

Each room’s chic décor provides views of the Caribbean Sea and the islands beyond, with luxurious touches such as private balconies and terraces, local artwork, rain-showers and deep soaking tubs. The three-bedroom Presidential Villa is equipped with a private infinity pool, wellness area, personal butler and private chef.

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