Puerto Rico

The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort


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Exceptional Value!
Extra Value: Full American daily buffet breakfast for two.

This AAA Five Diamond Resort, named for three consecutive years to Conde Nast Traveler's Hot & Gold List, is nestled between El Yunque National Forest and the glimmering Caribbean Sea. Elegant luxury meets iconic butler service at The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, Puerto Rico.

139 magnificent rooms offer private terraces that lead to breathtaking ocean views. Your retreat is exquisitely furnished with the finest details, providing amenities including LCD televisions with surround sound, WiFi, and a mini refrigerator.

Golfers will enjoy the Robert Trent Jones, Jr. golf course on the property, with impressive greens along the ocean. Succumb to being pampered in the Remède Spa, where you will receive personalized care along with signature touches such as chilled champagne, Jacques Torres truffles, and Kashwere throws.

A selection of tempting dining options awaits at four restaurants at the resort. Fern offers a selection of chef Jean-Georges' finest dishes from his domestic and international restaurants, as well as a robust assortment of wines and cocktails. Molasses offers variety and a casual setting in the Bahia Beach clubhouse, while Seagrapes offers an eclectic menu of Italian and Mediterranean cuisine and pool snacks. Relax with a drink in hand at the St. Regis Bar and look out over spectacular ocean views.
HOTEL LOCATION
Embrace the romantic setting of a Caribbean coconut plantation nestled between a lush national forest and the sparkling sea.
Address:
Rio Grande


PR
Local Phone: 787-809-8061
HOTEL FACILITIES
Boutique Shops
Concierge
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Pools
Number of Pools: 1
Golf: ON-SITE
Robert Trent Jones Jr., one of the world's pre-eminent golf course architects, designed the spectacular golf course at The St. Regis Bahía Beach Resort, Puerto Rico.
Holes: 18
Tennis
Number of Courts: 4
Outdoor Courts: 4
Lighted Courts: 2
Pro Onsite
Water Sports on Site
Fishing: Additional Charge
Sunfish Sailing: Additional Charge
Snorkeling: Additional Charge
Hobie Cats: Additional Charge
Paddle Boats: Additional Charge
Motorboats: Additional Charge
JetSki / Waverunner: Additional Charge
Waterskiing: Additional Charge
Wind Surf: Additional Charge
Other Sports Available
Horseback Riding: Additional Charge
Jogging Trail: Additional Charge
Raquetball: Additional Charge
Squash: Additional Charge
Health Club / Spa
Aerobics: Additional Charge
Jacuzzi: Additional Charge
Sauna: Additional Charge
Steam Room: Additional Charge
Manicure / Pedicure: Additional Charge
Facials: Additional Charge
HOTEL DETAILS
Find your ideal state of relaxation in 139 magnificent rooms, where private terraces lead to spectacular ocean views. Amidst verdant foliage, your retreat is exquisitely furnished with the finest details, meeting the highest environmental standards. Beach: Two miles of beach available for guests to lounge and swim. The resort's Aquatics Center offers equipment and lessons for all non-motorized water sports including paddle boarding, snorkeling, kayaking, sailing, and fishing.
Total Rooms: 139
Year Opened: 2010 Credit Cards:
DINING
There are 4 Restaurants at The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort:
Seagrapes - Seagrapes Restaurant features a vibrant bistro cuisine, all prepared with the freshest available ingredients hand-selected by the executive chef. Attire: Day- Beach Attire during the day | Evening- Island Smart Casual Attire is r
Molasses - Molasses is the favored destination for any resort guest looking for fresh, creative menu options in a casual setting with spectacular ocean views. Attire: Lunch- Golf Attire is Welcomed, Island Smart Casual Attire | Dinner- Island
Fern - Jean-Georges' Fern combines a curated selection of Jean-Georges' greatest appetizers, international restaurants. Simply grilled preparations accompanied by bold condiments anchor the Fern dining experience.
St. Regis Bar - The St. Regis Bar beckons with its spectacular ocean views from the Plantation House. It's the perfect spot for sipping our signature Encanto Bloody Mary in casually elegant style.
ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Nature trails, bird sanctuary, tennis clinics, water adventures including paddle boarding, snorkeling, kayaking, sailing, and fishing.
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
Iguana Children's Club offers advenures and activities for children from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Applicable Ages: 5-12

Children's Facilities
Game Room
Babysitting Fee: Yes

TripAdvisor Web Reviews
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TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Beautiful luxury resort
Anna L,
Tue Oct 17 08:14:03 EDT 2017
It has taken me awhile to sit down and write a full review, but this resort was 11/10. Staff was friendly, the amenities were wonderful, and the rooms were spacious. All of the restaurants were delightful, but it is true they were on the pricier side. If you did your research ahead of time though you would know that and you get what you pay for everything that we ordered from room service to any of the restaurants was delicious! This was a trip I took with my boyfriend and the hotel had a lot of couples and a good mix of families. I would recommend renting a car to explore the island! The whole concierge team was great and helped us plan activities during our stay as well as providing great restaurant recommendations, fine dinning to casual. In particular Jossell was amazing and by the end of our trip I felt like an extended member of his family. I wish nothing, but the best for our friends here at the St. Regis and hope to get to visit this little piece of paradise again.

Gorgeous but...
wang923, Randolph, NJ
Mon Oct 02 12:22:05 EDT 2017
The St. Regis resort is gorgeous without a doubt. However I find it odd to drive up through poor town to arrive at a gated luxury resort. To me it didn't feel like PR and could have been a gated resort anywhere in the Caribbean. The property is pretty spectacular and my 5 year old daughter loved the pool. We met many young families which was nice because my daughter always found playmates including a classmate from the same school in NJ (small world). The food is good but the choices are lacking. You can eat breakfast for $25/person or you can drive 10 minutes into town and spend $2-3. Some days we went out for breakfast and brought back lunch as well. Overall it was a luxurious resort but we probably won't return. I'm hoping that it survived the hurricane...

Paradise
winesnob, maryland
Thu Sep 28 13:24:37 EDT 2017
Booked through a Travelzoo voucher for our 40th wedding anniversary. Upon arrival were greeted by name and with enthusiasm and kindness. Check in was a breeze, except, of course, our room was not ready. No biggie. They stowed our bags, we changed and headed for the beach. They called us when our room was ready and by the time we got there, they were already there with our bags and keys. We booked a 1 bedroom, 2 bathroom ocean front suite. WOW. Just beautiful, inside and out. The room has anything you could possibly want in a hotel room. I especially liked the little switch next to the bed that turns all the bedroom lights on and off with the push of a button. The shower/tub/sink area was amazing. Double shower with multiple kinds of shower heads. There is a small stocked fridge in the bar area of the room, but you can remove whats in there for purchase and put in your own things, which is what we did. The staff says this is perfectly fine with them. The suite comes with butler service, however the only part of that service we used was to have our daily coffee brought in every morning. And I must say...that was fabulous!! We did order room service several mornings for breakfast and it was delivered on time, and was perfect each day. We cannot emphasize how beautiful this resort is, its like living in the rainforest. The night sounds were amazing. The beach was nearly empty each day, no problem getting lounges and umbrellas, you could walk several miles on the beach and barely encounter anyone. Sand dollars were everywhere! There is a lot of seaweed in the ocean off the beach, just Mother Nature doing her thing. And of course there were bugs, as you are right next to the rainforest. There is complimentary bug spray all around the resort. The pool area was very relaxing and refreshing. Service there was also nice. Service in the entire resort was amazing actually. We never encountered anyone who was not helpful and pleasant. My only criticism is the lack of restaurants. We ate at Fern for 2 nights, which was fabulous, but 2 nights was enough, 1 night in the bar, which was pretty ok, nothing to write home about. And we ate lunch at Seagrapes each day, food was very good. We left the property one night to eat at La Parrilla which was about 30 minutes and it was very good. We did eat breakfast at Fern twice, however it was disappointing to find out they dont have a continental breakfast choice, its either ala carte or the full buffet. I opted for the french toast with bacon ala carte and it was very good. We walked over to the boathouse one day for some kayaking and then jumping and sliding on the inflatable water trampoline and slides. Great fun! Overall, I can say, this is probably the nicest resort we have stayed in. The property itself, the staff and the service all deserve 5 stars. The only improvement suggestion would be more dining choices. I understand the resort is currently closed due to hurricane Maria and I sincerely hope that they can get things back to the way they were one day soon. My heart goes out to the people of Puerto Rico and employees of the St. Regis Bahia Beach.

Breathtaking
Chris C,
Thu Sep 28 13:23:55 EDT 2017
Beautiful resort, but $$$$, service was top notch. Wish it was all inclusive. The staff carts you around the resort on golf carts, it's so big. You really need to rent a car to go anywhere unless you book trips through the resort.

Wonderful resort, but not ideal for young children
OccidentalTravellor, New York City, New York
Sat Sep 09 07:35:28 EDT 2017
My wife and I spent 4 nights at the resort with our 3 year old daughter. There are many positives to the resort in these reviews, and I would agree with many of them. The kids club in particular is very well done and my daughter had a great time at the various events (S'mores, movie night, arts and crafts). However, as wonderful as the resort is, there was one glaring issue encountered repeatedly, which was the restaurants cannot handle young children very well. Not having a car meant we ate all of our meals in the restaurants. The fact there is not a "casual" and quick dining option is an issue. More of an issue is the service was consistently very slow. As any parent knows, when your child is hungry, you need food delivered ASAP. We would put in her order immediately after sitting down and before our own, but it never seemed to matter. The service is the slow languid pace that many adults enjoy, especially on a tropical vacation, but not ideal when you have a ticking time bomb seated with you. We were waiting as long as 45 min for her food to be served. That is not acceptable. Each time we would say something and each time a manager would come and apologize, but this happened nearly every meal (4 days x 3 meals) at each one of the restaurants. This is a glaring issue that caused significant stress we did not need on a family vacation. I would recommend St. Regis strongly for a couple looking for a romantic get-away. Even perhaps with older kids, but until the the restaurants can accommodate the needs of young children, I'd hesitate to recommend. Also, it's a smaller issue, but the pool was FREEZING. I don't think it's heated. My daughter and the other kids in the resort didn't seem to mind.



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