Park Hyatt St. Kitts Video Review

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If you are one of the three or four people that have been refreshing this site furiously waiting to learn a little more about our time at the Park Hyatt St. Kitts…today is your lucky day! We shared how you can put together a trip to the new Park Hyatt St. Kitts using miles and points here, but now we’ll dive into the fun details about the pools, beaches, restaurants, rooms, and more!


I’m still a little slow at this, so I spent most of the afternoon putting together a video highlighting some of the things you will want to know if you are considering a trip to this new Category 7 Hyatt resort. The video is a little longer than some of the previous ones I have put together, so pick a time when you have about seven free minutes to watch and see if this is the spot for you.

For those who prefer written reviews, fear not as there are lots more of those coming soon, but I figured I’d give you a first look at the video since it is up and ready.

As always, if you liked the clip, please do all those YouTube type things such as like, comment, and subscribe to my channel (annoying, I know, but appreciated). If you hope to see something different from future clips, feel free to let me know that too as video is still a newer tool for us and I’m still learning as I go.

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    • Nathan, it has good bones, but there are still some kinks in the chain. Holding off if you want a top notch experience isn’t a bad call. Glad you liked the video!

    • Jim, it certainly can hit that total for a couple. With breakfast included and lunches offsite we stayed under that total, but if you had to pay for breakfast and ate your lunches and dinner on the property, it would hit that for sure.

  1. We stopped on St. Kitt’s while on a cruise last year. It is an amazingly beautiful island. The views near the top while driving to the beach were breathtaking. Thanks for the video review. It is very well done. I have two nights from the old Hyatt Card that I have to use by August, plus I can supplement nights with transfers from the CSR. What is your top pick for a beach vacation using Hyatt free nights and points? We live near the west coast. Thanks!

    • This is a great place to use them but it is far from West Coast so depends on how far you want to go. I love the all inclusive property in Cancun. Baha Mar also nice but only a Cat 5 so may not be best use of free nights. Grand Hyatt Kauai also fabulous.

      • Kauai is my favorite Hawaiian island, so that is a great idea. I am a huge fan of all-inclusives too. I’ve been looking at the Hyatt Ziva in Cabo. Super easy for us to get there and, well, you can’t beat all-inclusives for value! Thanks for your suggestions.

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