Courtesy: Tadeu Brunelli

It’s been a long-time coming, and now the first Park Hyatt in the Caribbean, has staked a claim on St. Kitts as the primary luxury-​branded ​beachfront resort on the island.

To celebrate, prospective guests will get a fourth night free on all rooms and suites​ (starting rates from $450)​ plus a $300 airfare credit per person​ (non-stop flights from Atlanta, New York, Miami, EWR, Charlotte and Toronto)​

This deal is valid for stays between January 3rd and March 31st 2018.

courtesy: Tadeu Brunelli

Set within Christophe Harbour, the 126-room resort is located on a secluded beach with two pools. To add to the chill vibe, you can luxuriate in the first Caribbean outpost of the famed Miraval Life in Balance Spa.

In the rooms, private balconies and terraces offer views of the Caribbean Sea and neighboring Nevis.  Luxurious touches include rain-showers and deep soaking tubs.

Guests don’t have to leave the property to enjoy local flavor.  Fisherman’s Village serves ocean-to-table lunch and dinner overlooking the water. For a more intimate dining experience sans the kids, The Stone Barn is an adults-only restaurant. The Great House offers all-day dining, a Rum Bar, herb garden, chef’s table and a conservatory serving plantation afternoon tea.

courtesy: Tadeu Brunelli

The nearly 40-thousand square foot spa features natural stone walls with nine treatment spaces, including three couples’ treatment rooms complete with heated private plunge pools and outdoor showers.

Guests can take advantage of the 24-hour, 1,750 square-foot fitness center at The Sugar Mill, which is also home to yoga and meditation experiences.

What’s the Deal?

It’s about time St. Kitts added a luxury alternative to its largely ho-hum hotel offerings.
And with this promotion, it’s an opportunity to snag a substantial reduction in room rates along with an airfare credit to save even further.
While St. Kitts pretty much escaped Hurricane Irma, this unusual peak season promotion is likely, at least in part, an effort to stimulate tourism back to the region, as much as to generate publicity for the new resort.

And the Miraval connection?  Just another bonus for guests who want the full luxury treatment.