St. Kitts has long had a reputation as a sleepy Caribbean island dominated by its 3,792-foot volcano, Mount Liamuiga, with a few small inns and mostly black-sand beaches. Things began to change with the advent in December 2014 of Belle Mont Farm, an imaginative boutique hotel in the ambitious Kittitian Hill development. Now comes the startling news that Park Hyatt St. Kitts will open in 2016 at the southern tip of the island overlooking The Narrows, the strait that separates St. Kitts from neighboring Nevis. The 125 accommodations will feature both contemporary and colonial design elements, while many suites will boast private rooftop pools. The resort will offer three restaurants and a spa with 12 treatment rooms, and guests will have access to a beach club, a 300-acre super-yacht marina and village, and the nearby Christophe Harbour championship golf course, designed by Tom Fazio.