First St. Regis in Middle East to Open in November

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 4 May 2011

The first St. Regis hotel in the Middle East is scheduled to open in Abu Dhabi on 1 November 2011.

The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort will comprise 380 rooms and is located on the pristine white natural beach of Saadiyat, framed by the Gary Player designed Saadiyat Beach 18-hole golf course.

The resort will also comprise of 33 St. Regis-branded villas, 259 St. Regis branded apartments, an entertainment complex of shops and restaurants, a function area capable of seating 1,500 guests for dinner, a spa with 13 treatment rooms as well as a St. Regis athletic club.

All this just 10 minutes from downtown Abu Dhabi and 20 minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport.

As of this month, John Pelling - the General Manager - is joined by his hand-picked Executive Committee, including Marwan Fadel, Area Director of Sales and Marketing and Max Wiegerinck, Hotel Manager.

A team of butlers will offer a bespoke, discreet service, while the spa will offer internationally acclaimed, rejuvenating treatments which blend traditional remedies with modern technology. For an extraordinary experience, three individually designed Spa Suites offer private pools and terraces.

Connoisseurs of fine food will find a choice of restaurants to suit all tastes, from the premier New York Steak House to the allure of beach-side coastal cuisine to the seductive South East Asian restaurant surrounded by the shimmering waters of the pool.

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