St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort
State Road 187 kilometer 4.2, Río Grande 00745, Puerto Rico
| +1 787-809-8000
Photo courtesy of St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort
St. Regis Bahia Beach ResortDue to Hurricane Maria, the St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort will be closed through October 2018.
The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort is situated on 486 acres of a former coconut plantation and native maritime forest. There are still plenty of coconut-bearing palms here, but now the flora has been diversified to include all manner of tropical flowers and trees. Families like the many resort activities. Hit the water on paddleboards, sailboats, and kayaks, or bike six miles of on-property trails. Golfers can tee off at the Robert Trent Jones Jr.–branded golf course. But the most popular activity might just be lounging at the pool or on the two-mile-long beach.
Of course, many people have a hard time leaving the private ocean-view patios that are a feature of many of the resort's 139 rooms. Each has a full range of comforts and technical marvels, including big-screen TVs. The St. Regis brand’s iconic butler service speedily fulfills any and every request or whim.
over 4 years ago
Sail a Sunfish on a Private Lake in Puerto Rico
Situated between a two-mile stretch of beach and a rain forest, St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort gives guests the option to play in the property’s canals, ponds, and lakes, or in the ocean. Sunfish sailboats are available to take out on the resort’s lakes. For those who want to hit the high seas, the hotel arranges Beneteau sailboat charters.
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over 4 years ago
A Luxurious Stay at St. Regis
For a truly luxurious experience in Puerto Rico, stay at the St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort in Puerto Rico. From the food to the spa to the wildlife experiences onsite, your stay will be absolutely perfect. The hotel features 139 magnificent rooms with butler service, where private terraces lead to spectacular ocean views—as well as amenities like a golf course, a spa, a beach, a pool, hot tubs, an aquatics center, shopping, and much more. Some of my favorite experiences from the stay were drinking sparkling wine in one of the opulent cabanas, taking a kayaking tour of the bird sanctuary, enjoying a wine-tasting dinner at the delicious Fern by Jean-Georges, and enjoying craft cocktails from the bar (Try the signature "Encanto Mary," a Bloody Mary made with lime juice, Puerto Rican aji picante, and stuffed plantain olives. It's served in a plantain chip rimmed glass).