The Caribbean island of St. Kitts is pretty much the stuff of Island dreams—located next to its smaller sister island of Nevis as part of the West Indies, the island boasts amazing green mountains and beaches of white, gray, and black sands. The first Caribbean British colony, the British roots are felt throughout the island—from its native language (English) to the center of its capital Basseterre, called “The Circus,” modeled after London’s Piccadilly Circus. But the island has a culture all its own—and you will definitely want to dive in. Here, where to stay, eat, and drink (or should we say, go limin’) in St. Kitts.
Park Hyatt St Kitts
St Kitts is home to many resorts, so picking one pretty much comes down to amenities (and price, obviously). Park Hyatt St Kitts delivers sheer bliss with all beach-front rooms, private plunge pools in suites, and a bathtub that will make you weep with joy. With on-premise bars, dining, kids activities, two pools, and a spa, plus swim activities, you don’t even have to leave if you don’t want to. But with so much to eat and do, you’ll want to. (Then head back to the beach to relax.)