The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort recently added adventurous Greek fare, exceptional gourmet pastries and savory treats by welcoming Atlantikos restaurant and La Gourmandise patisserie to its roster of services.
St. Regis Hotels & Resorts announced the recent dining upgrades along with news of a $35 million investment package from owner Al Rayyan Tourism Investment Co. (ARTIC), based in Qatar, as it marks its fifth year.
Along with enhanced culinary options, the luxury hotel in Bal Harbour has added three four-bedroom suites with balconies and a redesigned lobby space. The new attractions closely follow the introduction of a gourmet burger spot, a bar and sushi lounge, and a 1,800-square-foot space for private events — adding value to the resort’s existing butler service, famed afternoon tea and other luxuries.
"Redefining modern luxury, the distinct style of The St. Regis Bal Harbour is crafted for today's affluent global travelers who make our hotels their home away from home," Lisa Holladay, global brand leader for St. Regis Hotels & Resorts, said. "Delivering best-in-class service and anticipating our guests every need, this multimillion-dollar investment further solidifies the resort as an iconic luxury benchmark in the Miami market."
Describing Miami as “an international epicenter for discerning travelers” worldwide, St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort General Manager Oliver Key noted that the facility based its choice of upgrades on the needs of its guests.
"These stunning enhancements to the resort and tremendous reinvestment from our ownership are a testament to the importance we place in providing the highest level of service to our guests," Key said.