Puerto Rico

The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort

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2018 Exceptional Value
Extra Value: Full American buffet breakfast for two daily.

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.
Embrace the romantic setting of a Caribbean coconut plantation nestled between a lush national forest and the sparkling sea.
Rio Grande

Local Phone: 787-809-8061
Boutique Shops
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Number of Pools: 1
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
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
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:
There are 4 Restaurants at The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort:
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.
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.
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Nature trails, bird sanctuary, tennis clinics, water adventures including paddle boarding, snorkeling, kayaking, sailing, and fishing.
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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What to expect

TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Terrible service
c'est la v, nyc
Fri Apr 20 14:54:11 EDT 2018
We had a very disappointing stay and service was subpar. Concierge gave us wrong information and was unable to help us with any water activities or excursions. Hotel was also in bad shape and there’s an extra charge if you want to sit under a cabana by the pool..no joke

An Amazing Escape
Tara M, Lynbrook, New York
Sat Mar 03 09:38:20 EST 2018
I went with my 3 kids and could not imagine how gorgeous it would be. We had an amazing room. The pools were perfect. We found sand dollars on the beach. Every staff member we encountered was polite, extremely helpful and courteous. There is so much to do there that we actually never left the grounds. They all keep asking when we are going to go back.

A Piece of paradise
Kelly K, Frisco, Texas
Thu Feb 15 10:49:32 EST 2018
We stayed here in November 2016 for three nights and had a wonderful time! One of my husbands vendors took a large group of us and everyone loved it! The resort is definitely one of the most beautiful we have visited in the Caribbean--lush, serene, and very well-manicured, but at the same time very laid-back and relaxing. The beach is pretty but not the prettiest I have ever seen, it is--wide, long, and secluded. The pool was very nice and ample sun deck chairs to lay out on. Among all the greenery at the pool you can find iguanas- dont get too close they may just jump of the edge and land in the pool- one did jump in right in front of me! There are plenty of activities for everyone- golfing on the property and a great spa. There is sand bocce ball, kayaks and water trampoline/slide at the Boathouse. As well you can have tennis courts & fitness center. The food -particularly the scallops were very good. The food and drinks were on the pricey side but typical for a resort. Each and every staff member provided amazing and friendly service from the moment we arrived until we checked out the service was awesome! Our room was very pretty and we had a great view with easy access to most things on property. The property itself is massive but they do have golf carts that will come pick you up and take you all over the property. The bathroom was to die for- we had a massive open shower with a rain shower head. I want this bathroom at home so bad!!! There was a separate wet-bar area with sink and fridge. At night her you could her the little Coquí - which is a tiny little frog that is native to Puerto Rico. They hide in the lush plants, you don't see them but you can sure hear them.

Top Notch StR
BHart86, San Francisco, California
Thu Dec 14 14:11:57 EST 2017
Very sad to see what happened to this property in the hurricane. Traveled with friends beforehand. Overall, an incredible property, especially given how easy it is to reach from the US mainland. Pros: -Immaculate grounds and design including the pool and restaurant; hotel is designed to largely sit back in the foliage, so if swimming in the ocean and looking back, you see very little of the resort -Very secluded, including a long private beach -Good SPG recognition concerning upgrades -Large pool with unique layout -Butler service that went above and beyond any I've seen in the brand elsewhere Cons: -A bit of a drive from the airport -- you drive through a somewhat downtrodden area right next to the resort -Exorbitant drink prices - but that is standard -The water was not crystal clear like other parts of the island . . but that may be seasonal -Brown sand beach vs. white -A number of families with children at the pool -- depending on who you are that could be a pro or a con All that said, a fantastic beach property.

Perfect escape from reality!
Craig B,
Thu Nov 30 16:19:40 EST 2017
Went here in August before the hurricane (I really hope they can reopen soon) with my wife for our anniversary. I was looking for some place outside of the busy confines of San Juan. The St. Regis Bahia resort was the perfect escape. The grounds are amazing. You get a the feeling that you're in a jungle and it opens up to a secluded beach. The resort was meticulously built to provide such a feeling. You knew there were plenty of people around but never felt too crowded by other vacationers. We had a suite on the 2nd floor of one of the buildings. It overlooked the beach with a nice size balcony. The bedroom and walk-in closet were more than enough room. The star of the show was the bathroom though. I'm a platinum member with Marriott/SPG and have stayed in plenty of hotels. This was the best bathroom I've ever seen. It was huge and had the best shower and tub a person could ask for. Felt like royalty. The restaurants were very nice. Our favorite part was the breakfast. We sat out on the veranda every morning and the wait staff took excellent care of us. The buffet and the menu food were both excellent. When in this part of the world, you look forward to fresh fruit and exotic fruit juices. What really made our trip special was the staff. The concierge, bartenders, wait staff, valets, golf cart drivers, beach assistants, room service....etc were of the finest quality. We both felt so pampered and everyone was quite friendly. We chatted up the people of St. Regis Bahia quite a bit. I really hope Puerto Rico can recover soon. This is a wonderful island with great people. Please donate if you haven't done so already!

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