Ahead of the opening of the St. Regis Chicago hotel in 2021, we’re rounding up some of our favorite St. Regis properties around the world to admire before enjoying the brand in the Windy City next year.
1. The St. Regis New York
Built by John Jacob Astor IV, the St. Regis New York opened in 1904 and continues to stand as one of the most historic and luxurious hotel destinations in the country. This property is home to the beloved and award-winning King Cole Bar where the Bloody Mary was invented.
2. The St. Regis Florence
Located along the Arno River and just steps away from some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, the hotel has been a popular destination for locals and travelers alike since the 18th century. Featuring brightly colored and antique décor, the bespoke property has been a longtime favorite celebratory meeting place for famous writers.
3. The St. Regis Bangkok
Situated in a high-rise building, the St. Regis Bangkok combines proximity to the vibrant offerings of the city with unparalleled hospitality and fine amenities. After a day of sight-seeing or dining in and around the city’s superb restaurants, guests can return to the oasis and lounge on the 15th-floor pool deck and spa.
4. The St. Regis Bora Bora
Find paradise in the largest overwater villas in the South Pacific, surrounded by impossibly turquoise blue waters. A truly one-of-a-kind destination for weddings or honeymoons, a trip to this resort should be on anyone’s bucket list. Relax and sip on cocktails at the swim-up bar or indulge in a bit more adventure by swimming with black tip reef sharks and rays up close.
5. The St. Regis Istanbul
This St. Regis property can be found at the best address in Istanbul and in the heart of the Nişantaşı district, made famous for its fashion boutiques and renowned dining destinations. While the hotel is perfectly located for travelers seeking proximity to the city’s sights, guests can also relish in the complex offerings right in the heart of the hotel itself, which boasts the exquisite culinary vision of Wolfgang Puck.