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One of the best benefits of having Globalist status with World of Hyatt is the complimentary breakfast.
I like breakfast, but Dave LOVES breakfast when we stay at Hyatt hotels – here’s the way the morning goes. I wake up. Dave sleeps. I go to the hotel restaurant (or lounge) and get two takeaway cups of coffee. I bring them back to the room. I drink mine. He wakes up and drinks his. He goes back to sleep. I go out to run or to the fitness center. We meet at the hotel restaurant (or lounge) for breakfast about a half-hour before the end of breakfast. We take our time eating a leisurely breakfast. Life is good.
The breakfast at the Park Hyatt St. Kitts is served in the hotel’s Great House Restaurant.
There was indoor and outdoor seating.
Indoor was nice, but I preferred eating outdoors – look at this amazing view of Nevis!!
The meal was really good. There is both a buffet and an ala carte menu. A globalist is entitled to the $43 “Great House” meal, which includes both the buffet and one item from the ala carte menu.
The buffet spans two rooms. One room, which is where the open kitchen is actually located, has fruits, yogurts, and cheeses. The room is charming, with blue and white tiled floor. It looks like a country French kitchen.
There was also a selection of fresh juices. I even liked the “green” juice – a first for me!
We were served water and coffee at the table by the waitstaff (who were as pleasant as can be). For our ala carte selection, the first day we both chose the eggs Benedict with crabmeat, which was delicious.
The second day, however, I discovered the hotel’s signature breakfast dish: twice cooked eggs with truffle mushroom ragout. Oh my god, this was gorgeous dreamy perfection! I had it again the next day too.
I even made a face with it (mature, right?)
The bill. There was some confusion about tipping. I tipped in addition to the bill, but later found out that the 10% service charge included the tip.
I am guessing that your next question is whether I would have gotten the breakfast had it not been included in my plan. The answer is yes, but probably only once or twice, and I would have gotten either the buffet or the divine eggs ala carte, but not both together.
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