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St. Regis is one of my favorite hotel brands. It’s luxurious and comfortable. Plus, it participates in Marriott Bonvoy® and I have had some amazing breakfasts comped for being an elite member. I have stayed in many of the brand’s (soon to be) 60 locations around the world and I’ll be checking out the St. Regis Toronto next month. As the brand continues to grow, it’s adding new destinations globally including the latest opening of the St. Regis, La Bahia Blanca Resort in Tamuda Bay on the northwestern coast of Morocco (the third property in Africa).
The St. Regis Tamuda Bay features 100 guest rooms and suites. It offers several restaurants including the St. Regis Bar inspired by the King Cole Bar at the brand’s flagship in New York (where the world-renowned Bloody Mary cocktail was born in 1934), St. Regis Butler Service, 5,000 square feet of event and meeting spaces, a spa, pool, fitness center, and easy beach access.
Alex Kyriakidis, President and Managing Director, Middle East and Africa, Marriott International, said:
The rich heritage, and cultural and historic legacy of Morocco has long been alluring to the luxury traveler. The St. Regis Tamuda Bay represents an exciting moment for St. Regis as the brand continues to grow globally in destinations welcoming a new generation of luxury travelers. We are delighted to strengthen our relationship with Eagle Hills, and look forward to offering guests an unparalleled experience both befitting of the destination and true to the St. Regis legacy.”
St. Regis continues to impress me. I love the design aesthetic and hope to some day check out this hotel and Morocco as I have never been.
Anthony’s Take: It’s great to see the St. Regis brand continue to expand its footprint. I remember not too long ago when there were less than half of the hotels currently in the portfolio.
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