The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort

The Caribbean island of Puerto Rico offers a rich history, phenomenal cuisine, and endless white sand beaches.

Located just north of San Juan and just west of the popular El Yunque forest, lies The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort. This gorgeous 5 star resort features over 483-acres and 2 miles of pristine stunning white sand beaches. Complete with a boat house, golf course, beach club, and 3 on property restaurants, there is virtually no need to leave the resort.

Each of the 139 guest rooms offer private terraces, butler service, and either ocean or garden room views. To further solidify this property as one of the highest luxury options on the island, it has been featured and ranked by Forbes and is the Caribbean’s first and only certified Gold Audubon Signature Sanctuary.

After the hard hit of Hurricane Maria that left massive devastation to Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands and much of the Caribbean, this resort is pristine and one would never know that such a catastrophic event occurred. The people of Puerto Rico are vibrant and friendly, and the resort did not deter from this. The service, welcoming, and care that they took was unparalleled and greatly appreciated.

Upon arrival we were greeted with cold towels and delicious Caribbean rum welcome drinks. Each morning the house butler delivered freshly made French press coffee. The gracious staff made us feel most welcome regardless of where we were on property. The resort offers bikes, kayaks, paddle boards all to truly experience Puerto Rico and the lush grounds that The St. Regis offers.

I would certainly recommend dinning at one of the restaurants on property. Paros, located above the main lobby has exceptional ocean views, an expansive menu, and features locally caught fresh seafood all with a Mediterranean twist.

If you are looking for an incredibly relaxing experience, with 5 star service and amenities, The St. Regis Bahia Beach is undeniably the best choice.

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