Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour is a wedding destination that embodies luxury, tranquility, and Caribbean charm. Located on the beautiful island of St. Kitts in the West Indies, this resort offers couples a scenic location to exchange vows among stunning ocean views and lush tropical landscapes.
Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour boasts a vast selection of wedding venues, including beachfront ceremonies and elegant outdoor terraces, ensuring a personalized and unforgettable celebration. The resort's experienced wedding planners work closely with couples to create one-of-a-kind weddings, working until every detail is perfect. For the couple and their guests, Park Hyatt St. Kitts offers many luxurious accommodations, dining options, and a range of recreational activities. Indulge in spa treatments or explore nearby historic sites; either way, you are treated to an unforgettable stay.
"The Rooftop" offers an exquisite rendezvous point in Cabo, famed for its breathtaking sunsets transforming into a warmly lit, open-air haven with unparalleled views of downtown Cabo San Lucas and El Arco. Positioned as an ideal venue for any occasion - from intimate dinners, celebrations with friends, to private events, this signature space incorporates tastefully designed open-air bars, sunken communal seating, a cozy fire pit, and tranquil water features, all of which beautifully encapsulate the essence of its Baja backdrop. The ambiance is further enhanced by live acoustic music tailored to the sunset and rotating DJs, making "The Rooftop" a go-to dining destination in Los Cabos.
Modern Mexican meets traditional American by the beach. Here, you’ll find locally-sourced seafood, contemporary Mexican cuisine and American favorites in a casual, breezy atmosphere overlooking the ocean and El Arco.
Inspired by the simplicity and elegance of the desert, Manta — designed by JSa Arquitectura and Enrique Olvera — was conceived as a black box that focuses on the views from one of the most desirable and secluded playas in Cabo. The name has a thoughtful double meaning: a manta ray, which symbolizes the kitchen’s focus on seafood, while manta, the Spanish word for canvas, conveys the idea of freedom in artistic expression. As The Cape’s culinary centerpiece, Manta celebrates the Pacific Coast cultures, taking inspiration from Mexico, Peru, Japan, and beyond. Chef de Cuisine Abisai Sanchez’s commitment is to source local and sustainable ingredients from Baja while maintaining a casual spirit
Imbibe the energetic atmosphere of The Cape's unique Sunken Bar, an enclave of chic ambiance nestled in the heart of the architecturally magnificent, open-air lobby. As the name suggests, this alfresco bar and café stands out with its 'sunken' design, allowing guests an unobstructed, eye-level vantage point of the mesmerizing Sea of Cortez vistas. Delicate touches of custom, living room-style seating, and plush leather banquettes sculpt the Sunken Bar's sophisticated scene, all surrounding a central bar that encourages conviviality. The bar invites you to linger longer, promising an enchanting blend of artfully devised cocktails, fresh sushi, and seasonally inspired bites.
The hotel’s main pool’s swim-up bar and terrace offer a vibe that’s both lively and laid-back. Dine and indulge in drinks whether enjoyed via the swim-up bar, at a lounge chair, or underneath the shade of the restaurant’s covered patio. Signature items include fresh catch-of-the-day ceviche, Baja specialties, tacos on house-made tortillas, sandwiches and more. Enjoy sessions with a local DJ set every weekend.
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