St. Regis Hotels & Resorts to debut in Morocco, Oman and Qatar

St. Regis Hotels & Resorts to debut in Morocco, Oman and Qatar

Solidifying St. Regis Hotels & Resorts’ position as a leader in luxury, the brand expects to expand its existing portfolio of 15 curated resorts, with plans to debut 11 new escapes by 2025 in some of the world’s most coveted leisure destinations, including the Caribbean, North America, North Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific. St. Regis has 49 open hotels and resorts today, with 29 hotels and resorts in its pipeline, representing expected growth of nearly 60 percent over the next five years in both urban and leisure destinations.

“This is a pivotal moment for St. Regis as we expect to nearly double our existing resort portfolio by 2025. Our resorts offer a leisure experience inspired by the glamorous private retreats of St. Regis’ founding family, the Astors, and we cannot wait to bring the brand’s spirit of invention and cherished traditions to some of the world’s most beguiling destinations,” said George Fleck, vice president and global brand leader for St. Regis Hotels & Resorts. “From Los Cabos to Sanya, and Marrakech to the Riviera Maya, we are thoughtfully expanding the brand while marking a commitment to providing extraordinary resort experiences in the places where we know global luminaries want to travel.”

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In the Middle East, the brand plans to grow its presence in Qatar with the expected early 2022 opening of The St. Regis Marsa Arabia Island, The Pearl, which features architecture influenced by the distinct Andalusian and Arabesque style and offers views of the Arabian Gulf. The brand also anticipates celebrating its entry into Oman in 2024 with The St. Regis Al Mouj Resort in Muscat. Additionally, St. Regis is expected to open a property in Africa, with the debut of the St. Regis Marrakech Resort slated for 2025.

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