Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour, a luxury oceanfront resort in St. Kitts and Nevis, embraces the importance of supporting local art and fostering tourism linkages with the creative arts community in the twin island nation.
General Manager Richard Elliott says he is proud to share the resort’s commitment to incorporating the local culture and heritage into the guest experience, ensuring visitors a unique and authentic journey.
A recent example of this commitment is the resort’s collaboration with local artist Rosey Cameron-Smith, who created a stunning painting featuring the St. Kitts & Nevis Carnival, also known as Sugar Mas, a celebration of freedom and emancipation from slavery.
This vibrant display, commissioned to mark the resort’s fifth anniversary last November, allows Park Hyatt St. Kitts team members, especially those at the reception, to share personal stories and experiences with guests about the painting’s subjects, the Clowns and the Bull.
The importance of tourism and art linkages cannot be overstated, as it creates a mutually beneficial relationship that enriches the cultural landscape of a destination while providing visitors with unforgettable experiences