By Caribbean News Now contributor
BASSETERRE, St Kitts — The recently opened Park Hyatt resort in St Kitts has been named in Condé Nast Traveler’s 2018 Hot List.
“It’s a straight shot of electric blue sea and sky,” said Condé Nast Traveler about the Park Hyatt St Kitts. “As far as first impressions go, it’s pretty spectacular. Before you even check in, you’ll feel instantly relaxed and in pure vacation mode. Attractive to a variety of vacationing travelers, set on quiet Banana Bay overlooking the twin sister island of Nevis, this Park Hyatt feels like every detail that went in to building it was thoughtfully cared about.”
For this year’s Hot List, Condé Nast Traveler’s editors vetted hundreds of recently opened hotels and resorts, from West Africa to Miami, and picked the 102 best new hotels in the world.
Range Developments, the developer of the Park Hyatt, said it was delighted that the new resort was included in Condé Nast Traveler’s 2018 Hot List.
“We have projects in Dominica, St Kitts and Nevis, and Saint Lucia,” said Mohammed Asaria, founder of Range Developments.
“Every citizenship-by-investment programme is different and each one suits a different client. But there is one thing all our hotel projects share: integrity, rigour, and an attention to detail that ensures the project is completed in a timely and professional manner. That way everybody benefits, from the citizens of the countries to the investors to the holidaymakers that come and stay. We are delighted to be nominated for these awards, it shows the expertise, professionalism and hard work of all our team is being recognised,” he continued.
St.Kitts-Nevis Prime Minister Dr. Hon. Timothy Harris cut the ribbon to officially open The Park Hyatt St Kitts in November 2017. The resort has since received glowing reviews from media and public.
Other projects in the Eastern Caribbean by Range Developments include a new Six Senses St Kitts resort launched earlier this year, and due for completion in 2021. On the site of a former sugar plantation overlooking the sea and the island of St Eustatius, the projected 70 pool villas will enjoy an unspoiled environment with a glorious feeling of being isolated from civilization and amid nature.
The Cabrits Resort Kempinski, Dominica, the first government approved real estate project in Dominica under the country’s citizenship by investment program, is on track for completion in the second quarter of 2019, and has recruited a general manager for the hotel. A minimum investment of US$ 220,000 in the project will entitle investors and their families to a citizenship of Dominica and it is the most advanced of any government-approved project on the island.
The Black Bay Master Development in Saint Lucia will be located on the picturesque southern tip of the island, on the Caribbean southwest coast.