Having reopened its borders to international travel on October 31st, 2020, the idyllic island of St. Kitts invites you to relax and recharge on its shores. This captivating island checks all the boxes: authentic Caribbean charm, absolute tranquility, boutique and luxury accommodations, and one of the lowest rates of Covid in the Caribbean.
Accessible via flights on American Airlines through Miami and Charlotte, or on Delta through Atlanta starting June 5th, the island is just a few hours away but feels like you’ve been transported across time. Tourism in St. Kitts is still in its infancy and the island maintains the allure of the Caribbean of 50 years ago.
Verdant hills stretch across the horizon, palm tree lined picturesque beaches provide plenty of room to spread out, and the friendly locals pass by with a warm welcome and a smile. It’s tempting to just lay back and let the island’s relaxing lifestyle envelope you.
For the perfect mix of local charm and luxury, book a stay at the Park Hyatt St. Kitts, a refined resort with exceptional design and unparalleled service. The resort boasts 78 guestrooms and 48 suites, many of which have private pools ideal for seclusion. To make your trip unforgettable, book the Presidential Villa, a 5,210 square foot 3-bedroom villa with a private infinity pool.
The Park Hyatt St. Kitts is participating in the Five-Day Getaway, an island promotion for visitors who stay 5-days/4-nights available to book through July 31 for stays through September 5. The promotion includes a complimentary room upgrade, a full American breakfast and additional perks including discounted cabana rentals. The St. Kitts Marriott Resort has a similar package and the Four Seasons Nevis is offering a complimentary third night for those staying 2-days.
Nearby is the world-class luxury yacht marina at Christophe Harbour which has put St. Kitts on the map as a premier yachting destination. It can accommodate superyachts up to 300-feet and offers world-class amenities and services overseen by an experienced staff that can cater to any request. In Christophe Harbour one can also find SALT Plage, rated one of the top beachside cafes in the world, here one can enjoy the finest craft cocktails and a delectable menu of Caribbean favorites. The bar’s open-air design and use of materials from an old sugar mill marries sophistication with St. Kitts’ charm and one can easily spend hours relaxing in the hammocks suspended over the water. If you’re dreaming of your next getaway you don’t need to look farther than the blissful island of St. Kitts.
St. Kitts is currently open to international travelers who are required to take an RT-PCR test 72 hours prior to travel and submit their negative result with the KNA travel form online. Once in St. Kitts, travelers are asked to “Vacation in Place” and can freely move about the hotel property and access all bars, restaurants and available hotel amenities.
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