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Marriott St. Kitts Hotel Rooms Which One

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At the Marriott St. Kitts- it seems you can stay in the main building and then there are separate north rooms (with their own pool) and south room (with their own pool).
What are these north & south rooms? Does one have a sunnier pool than the other?
The north & south rooms seem to be quieter (in my opinion) as they are not part of the main building and seem to be out of the main travel areas. Is this the case?

My husband and I would be traveling there for rest & relaxation. We have no kids. During the day, we like to hang out at the beach/pool area. At night, after drinks/dinner, we are very low-key.

Any comments-positive or negative are welcome. Thanks for your help!

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