Construction of Park Hyatt St. Kitts resort is underway. Each and every day, noticeable progress is visible on site. Close to 16,000 man hours were carried out on site during the month of June and this is expected to increase exponentially over the coming months. Work is underway on 11 of the 26 buildings (including the reception and meeting facilities buildings) that will comprise Park Hyatt St. Kitts. Vertical structures are rising and the structure of the first building will be completed by Mid August. The site team is working tirelessly to ensure the resort opens on schedule and delivered to the highest standards.
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Our website is updated regularly to show the rising of Park Hyatt St. Kitts and on a weekly basis you will find construction updates posted on our facebook page so you can monitor our progress at your convenience.

Further Updates of Park Hyatt St. Kitts

New Renderings of
Park Hyatt St. Kitts
The final renderings of Park Hyatt St. Kitts showcase the resort in its full splendor. The interiors have been designed to echo the warmth and festive feel of the Caribbean.


Range Developments takes its social responsibility to the community of St. Kitts and Nevis very seriously. This year Range Developments is supporting an annual residential summer camp for 250 young people with the aim to foster positive relationships. The camp will be held at the Beach Allen Primary School in Basseterre, from July 13 to July 27, 2014.

The camp caters for boys and girls from communities across St. Kitts and Nevis, ages ranging from 8-16 years old. Among many activities, the camp has planned field trips, sports activities, discussions and trainings in a secure and positive environment.

Music Festival
St. Kitts music festival is a time and place where people get introduced to upcoming artists of the Caribbean as well as already famous artists, allowing a fusion of different voices and styles in one arena.
Beenie Man, the Grammy award-winning artist performed on Friday alongside local artists Ashkenaz, AZ’1 Band and Hi-Light and regional acts Chronixx, Tarrus Riley and Capleton.

As patrons expected, Beenie Man offered the audience one of his best performances on the night of the show and, as he himself elaborated, “gave the people his vibes, gave the people his feeling, and gave them how he felt because he came with happiness and joy”.

Warner Park in St. Kitts to host CPL finals
Warner Park Stadium, originally rebuilt for the 2007 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup, has been chosen as the venue to host the final in the 2014 Caribbean Premier league (CPL).

Warner Park, will also host semi-finals and six group-phase matches in the CPL second edition which begins in July. The venue has undergone a major renovation including state-of-the-art lighting facilities suitable for a successful event.
Nevis Culturama Festival on the 24th of July
Nevis’ Culturama is a time when people of all creed and class, locals and visitors alike, become culturally assimilated and socially united in seven days of fun, frolic, revelry, splendor, history and creativity.

The Culturama includes poetry, dances, skits, singing, folklore, steel pan competitions and much more and is sponsored by Von radio, one of the most listened to radio station in Nevis. Additionally, contestants have the chance to compete for the Miss Culture Queen label in those seven days of excitement and suspense with a chance of winning a 2014 Hyundai Accent.

St. Kitts International Dish
Our National dish is Stewed saltfish served with spicy plantains, coconut dumplings and seasoned breadfruit. It is a tasty blend of locally available vegetables, spices, coconut and salted cod fish prepared with a distinct St. Kitts-Nevis flavor. A must for all first time visitors to St. Kitts & Nevis.