Seven Sneak Peeks of the Park Hyatt St. Kitts

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We are wrapping up three nights at the new, beautiful, Park Hyatt St. Kitts and heading flying back to US. I’ve been excited about this property, and frankly about the entire island, for years. The Park Hyatt St. Kitts opened in November 2017, and now just a couple months later, we gave it a spin and have tons of tips and information to share in the coming days and weeks.

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Before we get to all the details, here are some sneak peeks to give you a flavor of what is to come. Stay tuned for videos, photos, and lots of posts on the Park Hyatt St. Kitts!

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Comments

  1. Wow!!! On my top list of destinations for family vacation or just a quick escape from the cold (got over a foot of snow last night at MSP). 🙁

      • That would be my best advice as well. It is a new property that hasn’t been reviewed enough yet and that is changing and evolving as they get their sea legs. There will be many posts on this property, but nothing is for everyone and it won’t hurt my feelings one bit if you skip some or all of this series. Hopefully, the next topic will suit your interests better.

      • Kinda easy to do since there is not much to read. This blog has gone downhill. I had stopped reading it. Thought with a new property, there would be something of substance…will go back to ignoring it.

        • TM, there will be tons of info on this property coming including multiple posts, dozens of photos, and a video. This post, as the title foreshadows, is just a peek I posted while waiting for our flight home in the airport. Sorry to hear you think the blog has gone downhill though – let me know what you would like to see more of!

          • MP, you are wayyyyyyyyyyy too kind to this dooshbag. Props to you. Guess I would make a horrible blogger. Keep up the great work!

        • Hi TM, please post the link to your blog and all of the articles you’ve thoughtfully written for your adoring audience. While you’re at it please let us know about all of the latest developments in the travel world, specifically as it pertains to Hyatt, Marriott, SPG as well as the big 3 airlines you so religiously cover. Thanks a bunch for your wonderful commentary, your contribution is appreciated. Not.

    • Jeff, oh gosh we just left this afternoon. We met several delightful miles and points folks while there and am so sad to have missed you! I hope you have a lovely week and please do let me know what you thought of the property when your stay is over!

  2. Looks awesome. Out of our budget reach for points and/or cash. Any insight into whether the marriott property might be lowering their rates to compete? Loved our stay there a few years ago. Wondering how the supply/demand will be with two main resorts on the island.

    • Eric, it is up there on points and/or cash. I’ll try to dig into your question more as I dive into this series. I’ve never stayed at or even seen the Marriott up close, so my insight will be limited, but I’ll do my best.

  3. We’re thrilled to see your sneak peaks! Just before you left, we had decided to book this as a couple trip for a few nights in November. Really looking forward to your review!

    • The breakfast is the most tangible Globalist benefit. The full breakfast for two would be $100-ish each day without the Globalist breakfast benefit, so that was a wallet saver. You also get space available suite upgrades, and they have a fair number of suites, so fingers crossed for that.

        • Mark, great question. They are just totally different resorts. The PH is a small, upscale property on a pretty quiet island that is trying to emphasize service. The all-inclusive property on Cancun is huge (relatively speaking), on a better beach, and has all the food/drinks included. You will spend much less cash going to the Cancun property and have a nicer on-property beach. However, that property doesn’t at all feel like a relaxed island vacation the way the St. Kitts property feels.

          If I had to narrow it down, Cancun for the family trip, St. Kitts for the special adult trip.

  4. I can’t wait to hear your feedback on this property. I’m considering visiting this year, which will likely be my last as a Globalist. I was thinking of booking 8-9 nights here using my Citi Prestige 4th night free benefit (8 if my husband also gets a Prestige, or 9 if we have to split up the 4-night stays and maybe spend the night on Nevis in between). Do you think that’s too long to be on this island? We would bring our kids ages 11 and 12. Thanks!

    • So I don’t know if I’m the best judge as I’ve never stayed anywhere that long. To me that might be a smidge long, but other people are better at staying put than I am, so it may be perfect for your crew. I do think a night in between on Nevis would be fun – we actually loved Nevis.

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