St Regis Abu Dhabi set for opening this year
Abu Dhabi, March 11, 2012
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, a leading hospitality ownership and management firm, will open its St Regis Abu Dhabi later this year.
Located on the vibrant Corniche, the St Regis Abu Dhabi is owned by International Capital Trading (ICT), a private investment company based in Abu Dhabi, and will be part of Nation Towers, a two-tower mixed-use development.
The hotel will feature the world’s highest suspended Presidential suite complete with private entrance, dedicated spa and movie theatre. Suspended 200 metres above the ground, the elegant and extensive “Abu Dhabi Suite” is a first-of-its kind, a statement said.
“We are proud to unveil the new St. Regis Abu Dhabi hotel and we look forward to offering custom-tailored guest experiences and unparalleled luxury for which the St. Regis brand is renowned,” said Oliver Key, general manager, the St Regis Abu Dhabi.
“This magnificent hotel has been meticulously designed to meet the needs and desires of global travellers and local residents alike, offering bespoke luxury, rich amenities and exquisite culinary experiences.”
Located within the 33rd and 49th floors of one tower, St Regis Abu Dhabi will offer 283 luxuriously-appointed guest rooms, including 40 elegant suites. The hotel will also feature a wide range of luxury experiences with more than 10 distinctive culinary, lounge and bar venues.
The St Regis Abu Dhabi will also offer more than 4,800 sq m of state-of-the-art meeting and event space and over 3,000 sq m of ultra-modern health club facilities, including a signature spa and outdoor swimming pool, as well as the first Hommage Grooming Atelier in Abu Dhabi. Guests will also enjoy private access to the hotel’s Nation Riviera Beach Club.
The St Regis brand recently debuted in the Middle East with The St Regis Saadiyat Island Resort also in Abu Dhabi and will soon debut in Qatar with the opening of The St Regis Doha on April 1.
Starwood currently operates nearly 50 hotels in the Middle East and continues to strengthen its long-established position in the Middle East as one of the leading luxury hotel operators in the region. – TradeArabia News Service
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