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We were in St. Kitts in March 2019 and took a segway tour. We toured the beautiful gardens of Palms Court Gardens, which is a small inn across the harbor from the cruise pier. If you are just looking for a quiet place to relax (albeit without a beach), this might be a good option. Their day pass was less than $20 per person and included use of the gardens (which were beautiful), restaurant, bar, pool, jacuzzi, outdoor shower, 2 toilets, and free Wifi. It was secluded and quiet, yet close to the pier. Not sure it would be appropriate for children. For more info, visit their website:

 

http://www.palmscourtgardens.com/index.html

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Palm Court is really not an inn but is a great place to unwind that is within walking distance from the pier. They do have a small cottage that they have available. It is listed on VRBO. There is not much for children to do there.

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12 hours ago, Pauser said:

We were in St. Kitts in March 2019 and took a segway tour. We toured the beautiful gardens of Palms Court Gardens, which is a small inn across the harbor from the cruise pier. If you are just looking for a quiet place to relax (albeit without a beach), this might be a good option. Their day pass was less than $20 per person and included use of the gardens (which were beautiful), restaurant, bar, pool, jacuzzi, outdoor shower, 2 toilets, and free Wifi. It was secluded and quiet, yet close to the pier. Not sure it would be appropriate for children. For more info, visit their website:

 

http://www.palmscourtgardens.com/index.html

 

Not quiet when more than one ship is in port.  Known, and popular, with Crew because of price concessions, where they can meet up and let their hair down for a couple of hours.  Which the do.  Herds like it because it is walkable, no paying for a taxi.

A well written recommendation though.

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, PORT ROYAL said:

 

Not quiet when more than one ship is in port.  Known, and popular, with Crew because of price concessions, where they can meet up and let their hair down for a couple of hours.  Which the do.  Herds like it because it is walkable, no paying for a taxi.

A well written recommendation though.

 

 

 

 

There were 3 ships in port that day. Not sure how many more St. Kitts can accommodate -- ? Anyway, thought it was worth mentioning.

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With the completion of the 2nd pier this fall, they will be able to accommodate two more very large ships. There are times when additional smaller ships are anchored offshore and the passengers are tendered in. The deep water harbor(commercial ships)  will have a cruise ship once in awhile also.

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