Vogue and St. Regis have become partners to embrace the bold, the beautiful and the extraordinary spirit of Live Exquisite. Explore our special presentation dedicated to an original, St. Regis.
Inventor and change maker, John Jacob Astor IV founded The St. Regis New York in 1904 and redefined the luxury hotel industry.
The original Bloody Mary was invented at The St. Regis New York’s famous King Cole Bar by barman Petiot Fernand in 1934 and remains our signature cocktail.
Take part in a rich celebration of storied history as we mark the transition from day to evening at each St. Regis hotel around the world.
Every St. Regis offers its own interpretation of this enchanting tradition, allowing guests to gather and socialize.
St. Regis welcomes guests for exclusive and intimate Midnight Supper special events around the world, designed to honor the traditions of Caroline Astor.
The essence of St. Regis Butler Service is to offer guests discreet, personalized, and anticipatory attention down to the finest detail.
To live exquisite defines the spirit of St. Regis. We welcome the vanguards who reflect our passion for innovation, style and design.
Inspired by Caroline Astor, Caroline’s Four Hundred is named for the 400 notable guests that represented New York’s high society at the height of the Gilded Age. Exclusively created by Carlos Huber of Arquiste Parfumeur, the scent captures the fragrant blooms that adorned Caroline’s residence, along with the exotic woods of the ballroom and the blossoms that lined the hallways.