Pursue your passion to relax, unwind and getaway to the perfect retreat.
Nestled within some of the world’s most inspiring destinations, discover your next exquisite escape with St. Regis.
Invented in 1934 by barman Fernand Petiot at the famed King Cole Bar of The St. Regis New York, the Bloody Mary remains the signature cocktail of St. Regis.
Join us as the sun slips below the horizon as we celebrate the transition from day to evening.
Every St. Regis offers its own interpretation of this enchanting tradition, allowing guests to gather and socialize.
St. Regis welcomes guests for exclusive, intimate Midnight Supper special events around the world, designed to honor the esteemed traditions of Caroline Astor.
Meet our exclusive collection of global tastemakers who embody the modern
glamour of St. Regis.
Nacho Figueras is the most recognized polo player in the world. Known for his sportsmanship, skill and impeccable sense of style, both on and off the field, Nacho Figueras serves as the first-ever Connoisseur for St. Regis.
Our relationship with renowned designer Jason Wu began more than ten years ago when he presented his very first collection at The St. Regis New York. Inspired by the empowerment of women, Wu’s exquisite designs have since become recognized throughout the world.
At our invitation, iconic designers Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman have created the Marchesa Bridal Capsule Collection. These hand-designed couture bridal gowns are inspired by four iconic St. Regis destinations.
Many of our most cherished rituals are inspired by the tirelessly inventive mind of Gilded Age doyenne, Caroline Astor. She invited only a select “400” acquaintances, friends and luminaries to private teas, midnight suppers and affluent galas, creating America’s first high society register. As artists, visionaries and influencers of all kinds vied for inclusion, her social circle evolved to shape the first true expression of New York society.
Caroline Astor’s son, Colonel John Jacob Astor IV, introduced The St. Regis New York in 1904 to immediate acclaim, with The New York Times declaring it “the finest hotel in America.” A true visionary, inventor and entrepreneur John Jacob Astor ensured the original St. Regis was as technologically advanced as it was luxurious, insisting that each room have its own telephone. Astor perished during the sinking of the Titanic on April 15, 1912. More than a century later, the legacy of one of the Titanic’s wealthiest and most famous passengers lives on through the continued growth and evolution of St. Regis.
The Old King Cole mural, an original work by celebrated artist Maxfield Parrish, is unveiled at The St. Regis New York. This iconic work of art has become the inspiration for other mural paintings to be displayed throughout most of our St. Regis Hotels & Resorts.
The St. Regis New York head bartender, Fernand Petiot, creates the iconic Bloody Mary cocktail which lead to unique Bloody Mary creations for St. Regis around the world.
St. Regis redefined the luxury hotel in 1904, and more than 100 years later this quintessential lifestyle has expanded to more than 40 St. Regis hotels and resorts around the world.
St. Regis began its Connoisseur program in 2010 with the renowned Argentinian polo star, Nacho Figueras. Today, we are honored to include notable luxury fashion designers, exceptional musical talents and other outstanding tastemakers in this program who share our innovative spirit and tradition of excellence.
For St. Regis, to Live Exquisite is about creating unforgettable experiences for our guests, especially families. Therefore, our Family Traditions program was crafted to celebrate togetherness by experiencing a destination in its truest form.
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