It was hard for me not to let out a little gasp when I arrived at the Park Hyatt St. Kitts. The entry to the resort reveals a stunning frame of Nevis and Banana Bay, the resort’s private palm tree-lined beach, that welcomed me to my first stay in St. Kitts.
After making my way over the long open-air walkway, which was elevated over a Koi pond, I was ushered into the lobby. The space is set up like a contemporary living room with curved wicker armchairs flanking a coffee table and a long marble table that serves as the check-in desk. The design feels open and fresh, and immediately inspired relaxation. I was given a cool, damp towel and bottle of water and, after a quick check-in, I was transported by golf cart to my suite.