One of the most highly-anticipated properties in Malaysia, The St. Regis Langkawi, has officially opened in UNESCO's First World Geopark. This ultra-luxurious property is a joint venture between the Rajawali Group as well as the Government of Malaysia’s Ministry of Finance. The St. Regis Langkawi is the first ever St. Regis in Malaysia (even though The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur is slated to open this year too) and it is expected to bring a whole new level of luxury standards to the country.
The St. Regis Langkawi is located in a natural paradise - the Langkawi archipelago - and is fringed by a 600 meter long beach that overlooks the 100,000 sqm lagoon that integrates seamlessly with the Andaman Sea. This slice of paradise is also conveniently located just 30 minutes drive away from the Langkawi International Airport.
With renowned interior designers and architecture firm G.A. Design and Gensler, The St. Regis Langkawi brings about a classical but contemporary aesthetic. Guests are invited into a dreamy atmosphere that epitomises the very best of elegant island living through thoughtfully-blended indoor and outdoor spaces. The mansion houses within The St. Regis Langkawi draws inspiration from European and Middle Eastern influences with a subtle color palette of soft blues and beige while playing up the stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Islamic arches, mashrabiya-inspired screening, and large private courtyards embrace the design’s axial symmetry, giving way to a garden oasis populated with date palms, allamanda and bougainvillea.
Similar to The St. Regis Bali Resort, The St. Regis Langkawi offers an all-suite luxury resort in the archipelago (including 4 private overwater villas and 85 luxuriously-appointed suites). Each one of these suites are distinct in design with bold accent hues and imaginative paintings by esteemed local artists. All suites offer expansive, unobstructed views of the sea from spacious terraces.
The St. Regis Langkawi features six distinct restaurant and bar venues, including Kayuputi, which serves Asian-inspired haute cuisine. Designed by renowned landscape architect, Bill Bensley, the restaurant represents a private over-water beach house of an art collector. The visual feast is augmented by a specially curated antique collection featuring century-old wooden doors and windows repurposed from the Dutch embassy in Yangon and 60 teak columns inlaid with camel bone from India. In addition, the resort also offers modern French cuisine infused with Asian and Middle Eastern flavors at L’Orangerie, featuring spectacular views of the Andaman Sea and lush rainforest. The Gourmand Deli crafts a generous selection of fresh, homemade breads and pastries, as well as a selection of refreshing iced teas infused with local herbs and spices.
The St. Regis Bar is the premiere destination for classic cocktails and canapés and surrounds guests in a rich atmosphere influenced by its views of the dense rainforest. The Decanter wine bar is an intimate and refined space where connoisseurs can savor the pleasures of rare vintages while The Drawing Room provides the perfect backdrop for guests to enjoy intimate gatherings amid plush interiors.
Spanning more than 800 square meters, the St. Regis brand’s signature Iridium Spa enables guests to indulge in a range of specialty massages and well-being treatments in a tranquil and inviting environment. Other facilities include a salon, an infinity swimming pool, a 100,000-square-meter natural-salt water swimmable lagoon, and a well-equipped athletic club.