The St. Regis Hong Kong is Officially Open

11th April 2019 // By Emma Reynolds

Great Room

Located in the Wan Chai district, The St. Regis Hong Kong has officially opened its doors today in the vibrant city. Founded in New York City by John Jacob Astor IV more than a century ago, The St. Regis is planning to deliver its legacy of butler service and signature luxury to its first hotel in the city.

The 27-story hotel has 129 guest rooms, including 17 suites, all designed by renowned interior designer André Fu. The hotel combines classic elegance paired and a modern sensibility appealing to discerning world travelers. Expect a distinct Asian sensibility, artisanal details, wood flooring, sumptuous textiles, a muted color palette and expansive windows in each room. Of course, dedicated butler service, of which the hotel is so revered for, is available at the hotel per St. Regis tradition. Around-the-clock service continues here with room check-in, packing and unpacking, beverage service and garment pressing, to name a few.

Presidential Suite Living Room

A dedicated butler will be able to arrange services tailored specifically to you and your stay, whether for business or leisure. The hotel is launching eButler chat, where guests can communicate with their butler through the Marriott Mobile App 24 hours a day. Guests can also communicate on a dedicated phone line, through apps such as WhatsApp and WeChat and email by scanning an electronic butler contact card.

Dining experiences include: L’Envol, serving French haute cuisine from award-winning chef Olivier Elzer; Rùn, a Cantonese restaurant led by chef Hung Chi-Kwon; The Drawing Room, serving all-day beverages and dining with Afternoon Tea; and The St. Regis Bar, which has more than 800 wine labels and 100 champagnes, where you can watch live jazz musicians. The outdoor Verandah Pool & Bar can be accessed via the gorgeous fitness center.

The hotel is in a prime location with close proximity to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, as well as Golden Bauhinia Square, Admiralty, Lan Kwai Fong in Central and Victoria Peak.

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