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PARK HYATT ST. KITTS – IT’S ON THE WAY!
Construction of Park Hyatt St. Kitts is in full swing and we are on track for completion on 31st December 2015. Over 20,000 man hours were worked on site during August, with 18 of the 26 buildings now under construction. Pictures below illustrate the rising of Park Hyatt St. Kitts with full building structures having been completed.
 
   
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As a testament to our vision and the hard work of our accomplished design team, the International Americas Property Association has awarded Park Hyatt St. Kitts the ‘New Hotel Construction & Design Award for 2014-2015’.
 
 

FURTHER UPDATES ON PARK HYATT ST. KITTS

 
HYATT OFFICIALS VISIT THE
PARK HYATT ST. KITTS PROJECT
Committed to Preparing Locals for Leadership
at the Anticipated Park Hyatt St. Kitts
This month, the Park Hyatt St. Kitts construction site received a visit from several top Hyatt regional executives to review the progress being made and to begin putting plans in place for the hotel’s operations,which are scheduled to commence in early 2016.The development of Park Hyatt St. Kitts is a significant component of Hyatt’s growing brand portfolio in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The delegation, headed by Mr. Myles McGourty, Hyatt’s Senior Vice President of Field Operations for
 
Pictured:(left to right): Mohammed Asaria, Vice Chairman and Co-Founder at Range Developments and Myles McGourty, Hyatt’s Senior Vice President of Field Operations for Latin America and the Caribbean with Minister Richard Skerritt, outside the Park Hyatt site office at Banana Bay, Christophe Harbour.
Latin America and the Caribbean, was delighted by the advanced pace of the construction project. While on island, Hyatt executives met with Minister of Tourism & International Transport, Senator Richard Skerritt, and a team of Government Officials to discuss the upcoming marketing and human resource needs for the planned 200-key luxury resort, of which 134 rooms are expected to be open during the winter season of 2015/2016.
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MORE ON CPL
Warner Park in St. Kitts was the chosen venue for hosting the 2 semi-finals and the final of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). In the final, Barbados Tridents beat Guyana Amazon Warriors by 8 runs on 16 August 2014.
Thousands of tourists visited St. Kitts & Nevis to watch the matches. A number of world renowned players such as Darren Gough, Matt Maynard, Mickey Arthur, Kevin Pietersen, Navin Steward, and Lendl Simmons participated in the tournament. The Warner Park Stadium was packed to capacity for most matches and the celebrity matches drew huge crowds to the stadium.
 
In addition to the thousands of tourists, millions of viewers were watching the matches all around the world. Viewers did not only enjoy the flow of the game and masterful performance of their favorite players but also got a glimpse of the heritage and culture of St. Kitts & Nevis.

 
A guestroom at the Park Hyatt New York
 
PARK HYATT CALLS NEW YORK HOTEL OPENING ‘SIGNIFICANT MILESTONE’
The Park Hyatt brand has a new global flagship with the opening of its first New York property.
The Park Hyatt New York is located in midtown, across the street from Carnegie Hall and within walking distance of Central Park.
“The opening of Park Hyatt New York marks a significant milestone for the Park Hyatt brand,
giving it representation in a key market and boosting the brand’s global visibility. It introduces a new way of defining and delivering luxury for both guests and locals,” said Katherine Melchior Ray, vice president of luxury brands for Hyatt.
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ST. KITTS & NEVIS
INDEPENDENCE DAY
On September 19 2014, St. Kitts & Nevis will celebrate its Independence Day, commemorating 31 years of freedom as a democracy. The twin-island country has evolved over the past three decades to stand united as a proud nation.
In the month long celebrations, people in St. Kitts & Nevis will attend various celebrations that take place across the islands, including cultural programs, music and dance festivals, local food, and traditional displays.
 
For last year’s Independence Day celebrations, festivities were themed and divided into 4 weeks. The first week of activities was named National Health and Fitness, week two: National Arts Festival, week three: National Pride and week four: National Family Week.
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