Embracing the world's new hotspot, St Regis chose Dubai’s arterial Sheikh Zayed Road, a part of Al Habtoor City as its latest location. The establishment is the first-ever integrated resort which comprise of three hotels, three high-rise residential towers and a Las Vegas style theatre near Dubai’s Water Canal. Not only that, the hotel is also strategically located to the city’s attraction, such as Burj Khalifa and The Dubai Mall, and is only 20-minute drive from Dubai International Airport.
The hotel welcomes you with lush landscape gardens leading up to the main entrance, where beaux-arts architecture is guarantee to transport you back to the 18th century, as seen in their grand staircase and displayed artworks. For accommodation, the Dubai’s outpost features 233 rooms – each room boasts lavish furnishing, comfortable beds to exquisite marble bathrooms as well as the signature St. Regis Butler Service. It’s wise to note the hotel also offers the first Bentley Suite in the Middle East that is inspired by the bespoke craftsmanship of Bentley Mulsanne luxurious car.
Total rejuvenation can be found in St Regis’ Iridium Spa that offers six treatment rooms, two Hammams, as well as a steam room and sauna lounge. Other recreational facilities include two rooftop pools and a fitness centre.
Delivering an unbelievable culinary journey, the hotel takes pride in its eight different venues. The St. Regis Bar stood on the ground level, serving extensive collection of cocktails, which includes their famous Bloody Mary cocktails and its local interpretation, Golden Mary. On the first floor, you will find J&G Steakhouse that offers a collection of American classics with a modern flair, Brasserie Quartier with its nouveau interpretation of French and European cuisines and La Patisserie with its French inspired delectable sweets.
For relaxing lounges and dreamy cafes, the St Regis Dubai appointed four vibrant venues for visitors to select. Sidra Lounge is the place to enhance your knowledge of teas, offering exclusively selected ingredients and enchanting atmosphere. While Champagne Lounge exudes relaxing atmosphere, serving a range of cocktails, aperitifs, wines and of course, its finest champagnes mixed by trained sommeliers. The 1930’s style Parisian Café comes to live at Le Patio that boasts an open air courtyard surrounded by trees, cabanas and water features and offers artisan breads, pastries and delicious viennoiserie. Don’t forget to check the Parisian décor in Café Fleuri, where French artwork filled the walls and its music filled the air.
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