Puerto Rico’s St. Regis Bahia Beach to Reopen in October

By the Caribbean Journal staff

One of Puerto Rico’s top luxury resorts is planning to reopen in October, Caribbean Journal has learned.

The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort will be making its return on Oct. 29, following what will be a $60 million renovation project.

“The St. Regis Bahia Beach has always been an incredibly beautiful resort,” said John Paulson, owner of the St. Regis Bahia Beach. “With the new upgrades, it will be even more remarkable than it was before the 2017 hurricanes.”

A new-concierge desk.

The renovation will cover every room and suite, the resort’s Plantation House, the St. Regis Bar and signature restaurant and the seaside pool, among other features.

“We are delighted to see further investment at Bahia Beach, of which we are an integral part,” said Ian-Robert Ciappara, General Manager of The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort.  “With renovated and contemporary guestrooms and amenities, as well as luxury residential offerings, Bahia Beach and The St. Regis are poised to remain the absolute luxury go to on the island, welcoming travelers from around the globe seeking sun, relaxation, culture and glamour at the best address in the Caribbean.”

What the new suites will look like.

The property is also planning a $30 million expansion project, with 60 new oceanfront rooms to occupy a secluded stretch of beach adjacent to the resort’s current accommodations.

 

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