The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, Puerto Rico is located on the northeastern corridor of the island of Puerto Rico, at the foot of the El Yunque National Rainforest. The resort is bordered by the 5,000 acre Espíritu Santo River State Preserve, and is a 23 minute drive from the 500 year old jewel – Old San Juan. This is the only AAA Five Diamond Resort in Puerto Rico also named for the third consecutive year to the Condé Nast Traveler’s Hot & Gold List.
Designed by acclaimed architectural firm Hill Glazier, the resort boasts 139 luxuriously appointed guest rooms, including 35 suites with private terraces offering spectacular ocean views as well as 25 private St. Regis Estate Homes.
Highlighting the majestic location of the resort, the 233-square-meter (2,510-square-foot) Governor’s Suite offers enchanting views of the Atlantic Ocean and the resort’s lush garden from its second-floor, double-sided terrace. Indoors, the beautifully appointed living room features original artwork, custom furnishings and a warm palette. Along with projecting a refined, relaxing island ambiance, the room introduces an inviting sitting area and work desk while a six-person dining room, serviced by a fully equipped kitchen and private service elevator, promises memorable meals.
In the separate bedroom, an inviting King bed with a luxurious plush duvet and 300 thread count pratesi linens resides alongside a walk-in closet. The elegant marble bathroom, meanwhile, presents an oversized infinity bathtub and two separate rainforest showers as well as a double vanity and exclusive Remède bath amenities. An additional guest bathroom is located near the entrance.
The magnificent resort offers St. Regis’ legendary Butler Service and features a 10,000 square foot Remède Spa and an ocean-front golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., in addition to Jean-Georges’ Fern. Combining Puerto Rico’s timeless natural beauty and rich colonial history, The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort’s arrival on the shores of Puerto Rico has forever changed the landscape of luxury travel in the region.