The World Awaits Travel, LLC
"the educated way to travel"
by Camille Pepe Sperrazza
Its motto is, "Follow your heart," and you can start with Lookout Point, located on the Southeast Peninsula where the stunning views allow you to see the Atlantic Ocean to one side, and the Caribbean to the other. Place yourself in the photo to capture a picture-framing moment.
The Park Hyatt is about 1/2 hour from the airport. This upscale, luxury resort opened November 2017. Every room is spacious and airy, minimalistic in design, to showcase the environment and scenery that Mother Nature has already perfected. The beach side king is a lovely starting point while the Nevis Peak suite, named for its view of the very nearby island, will bring your stay to another level with its beautiful private pool, fabulous views, and spacious bathroom.
Go all out with the Hyatt Park suite that overlooks the dock where you can catch a water taxi to spend some time on Nevis. You'll see fresh lobster traps tied to the pier, for guests to select the lobster they would like prepared for dinner. The resort is not all-inclusive, so food and drinks are a separate cost, but it does offer a breakfast-inclusive rate.
The Penthouse has rooms galore with mesmerizing floor-to-ceiling ocean views. The balcony is tremendous, sitting rooms are spacious, as is a dining area with a table so large and with so many chairs, it rivals conference space. The bathroom is bigger than some city apartments, and the shower boasts two shower heads. The bedroom is upstairs, as are additional comfy sitting rooms that offer breathtaking views of St. Kitts. There is only one king bed, but the hotel says it can bring in sofa beds to hold up to six guests.
This resort is for those who seek quiet, ultra luxury. Casinos are a taxi ride away.
This article was accurate when it was written, but everything in life changes. Enjoy the journey!
Copyright: Camille Pepe Sperrazza
Lookout Point, St. Kitts, where the Atlantic and Caribbean Oceans meet.