The St. Regis, Situated alongside the splendour of the island of Langkawi is the only premium luxury resort that’s both close to tourist-friendly areas of interest and the airport, is the perfect place to zone out in unabashed luxury, occupies a beautiful cove at the southern tip which contains the largest swimmable lagoon in the region, making this a haven of insurmountable beauty. Designed with traditional Moorish architecture that compliments the lavish furnishings, spacious settings and utopian landscape around it, the resort stands out as a haven of luxury for all to enjoy during their time along Andaman SeaTucked on the far end of a secluded beach, the resort offers unobstructed Andaman Sea views and miles of sandy beaches to dig your toes into the sights of soft, white sands, ebbing azure tides and year-round sunshine while enjoying all the comfort, style and service of this true paradise.
Inside St. Regis
The Pinterest-worthy interiors of The St. Regis Langkawi are designed around central themes that echo the island’s biodiversity, be it ocean, mountain or rainforest. Although every aspect has been elevated to utter grandeur, the stylistic and architectural choices constantly remind you of your destination; this property is uniquely Langkawi.
Outside, down near the shore, palm trees sway in the breeze and frame the infinity pool as it drops off into sparkling ocean views. It’s every bit as picture-perfect as it sounds.
Premier rooms, where ocean-facing, highlight the glistening water with unobstructed views from a generous 10 m² square balcony. Garden-facing rooms invite guests to peep into the rainforest through lattice woodwork arches.
Luxury Suites and villas, for that special occasion or a once-in-a-lifetime trip, invite you to star in your own opulent fantasy, complete with glass floors and a private swimming pool. But it’s the small touches, like fresh cut local flowers and sun care concierge services, that inject a Malay hospitality that’s hard to beat.
The St. Regis honors the roots of Malaysian cuisine whilst introducing modern fusion elements in what it calls a “reinterpretation” of traditional regional cooking. The over-water dining concept is five-star sophistication at its very best. Executive Chef of St. Regis leads the way with inventive plating that looks so artistic, it’s almost too good to eat. Decadent rituals seep into the space between meals. Fill your lazy days in paradise observing afternoon tea (a tradition that nods to Malaysia’s British colonial influences), cocktail hour with a Malaysian tamarind twist to a Bloody Mary, and the elegance of brandy and bonfires, an evening beach tradition.
Service is sunny and efficient, with the St. Regis butlers standing out for their thoughtful touches, such as having a mineral salt bath ready and waiting for your return after a two-hour hike. Facilities include a beachfront infinity pool, a small splash pool, a pumped-up gym and a heavenly spa.
- Fitness center
- Room service
- Steam room/hammam
Value for money
Double rooms from MYR 1,215 (£237) in low-season; and from MYR 3,582 (£699) in high-season. Prices include breakfast, Wi-Fi, and private airport transfers.