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Investment Project: Park Hyatt in St. Kitts

calendar 7/19/2021 8:00:00 AM
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Park Hyatt St. Kitts is an ultra-luxury boutique hotel on the Caribbean island of St. Kitts, operated by the world renowned brand Hyatt. Without a doubt, it is one of the finest hotels in the Caribbean.

Developed by a leading hospitality developer in the region, Range Developments, Park Hyatt St. Kitts opened its doors to guests on November 1, 2017. This luxury resort features contemporary architecture with a colonial inspiration, and boasts 126 rooms and suites.

We can describe it as a relaxing and rejuvenating retreat - ideal for enjoying a Caribbean vacation, with the calmness of the Caribbean Sea and soft golden sand. With a spectacular beach, Banana Bay is located at the tip of the southeast peninsula of the island of St. Kitts within the Christophe Harbour luxury development and enjoys breathtaking views over the straits to Nevis. There is also a direct water taxi service, so you can be in Nevis within minutes and explore that island too, or go for lunch or dinner at the Nevis Four Seasons.

In short terms, an investment in this real estate project entitles you to an investment share in a 5 star branded hotel that already has a track record. With this you can enjoy the benefits associated with Citizenship of St. Kitts & Nevis.

The hotel is fully operational and open to guests since November 1, 2017. This hotel can also boast award-winning chefs, noted for their innovative style and ability to create fresh and timeless flavors with modern flair. 

The unique benefits of the Park Hyatt St. Kitts project are summarized as follows: 

• You could also enjoy the benefits of the enrollment in Park Hyatt’s highest tier loyalty program which offers access to preferred clubs and preferential rates at hotels around the world. 

• In this case, the total Cost for Family of 4 would be from US$ 225,500 plus legal and closing costs. The cost of legal fees will vary depending on investor’s location and number of dependents. Something you must know is that dependents below the age of 16 years are not required to pay due diligence fees.


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