St. Regis Hotels & Resorts plans to double global portfolio by 2025

St. Regis Hotels & Resorts is planning to debut 11 new properties by 2025 within in destinations such as Bermuda, Mexico, Morocco, Aruba, China, the Dominican Republic, Oman and Qatar.

Expanding its footprint in Mexico, St. Regis is expected to debut The St. Regis Kanai Resort in 2022 and The St. Regis Los Cabos Resort in 2023. Located in the Mayan Riviera, The St. Regis Kanai Resort will feature ocean views from every vantage point, with plans that call for 124 guestrooms and suites, as well as 32 villas with private pools.

The St. Regis Qingdao

The St. Regis Los Cabos Resort will be located in Quivira, Los Cabos, featuring panoramic coastal views. The resort is expected to offer 120 rooms and 60 residences, as well as a spa, golf course, beach club and three dining experiences.

In the Middle East, the brand plans to grow its presence in Qatar with the early 2022 opening of The St. Regis Marsa Arabia Island, The Pearl, which will feature architecture influenced by the Andalusian and Arabesque style and offer views of the Arabian Gulf.

With a continued focus on the Caribbean in the coming years, in 2024 St. Regis is expected to debut in Aruba with The St. Regis Aruba Palm Beach Resort, as well as in the Dominican Republic with The St. Regis Cap Cana Resort.

The brand also anticipates celebrating its entry into Oman in 2024 with The St. Regis Al Mouj Resort in Muscat. Additionally, St. Regis is expected to open a property in Africa, with the debut of The St. Regis Marrakech Resort slated for 2025.

Most recently, in August 2021, The St. Regis Qingdao debuted, featuring 233 guestrooms designed to pay homage to the destination and welcomes guests to enjoy one of China’s most beautiful coastal cities. Travellers can experience cobbled streets and heritage German architecture, or they can relax at one of the beaches facing the Yellow Sea.

St. Regis currently has 49 open hotels and resorts today, with 29 hotels and resorts in its pipeline, representing expected growth of nearly 60 per cent over the next five years in both urban and leisure destinations.

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