Starwood has opened the first St. Regis hotel in
Hawaii. The St. Regis Princeville Resort, located on Hawaii’s
breathtaking island of Kauai, features 252 guest rooms, including
51 premium ocean view suites, the elegant Halele’a Spa, Prince and
Makai Champion golf courses by Robert Trent Jones II and Kaua’i
Grill by world renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Formerly a part of Starwood’s renowned
The Luxury Collection brand, The St. Regis Princeville
Resort has undergone a multi-million dollar renovation,
redesigned in collaboration with hotel design firm WATG
and local Hawaiian architecture firm Group 70.
The St. Regis
Princeville steeped in grand Hawaiian heritage, is built on
legendary grounds beside the emerald green Hanalei Valley and
overlooks the awe inspiring Napali Coast. The area was named the
“City of the Prince” after a royal visit by Hawaii’s Prince
Albert, son of King Kamehameha IV in 1860. Princeville’s
breathtaking natural setting has made the area among the premiere
destinations in the world. The resort is surrounded by five
majestic mountains, a patchwork of taro farms, a wildlife refuge,
equestrian paths, hiking trails, ancient sea caves and lagoons.
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