The St. Regis Astana has opened in the capital of Kazakhstan, marking the brand’s debut in the country, while providing luxury accommodation and bespoke service.
Located inside Astana’s Central Park, the new hotel offers a serene escape from the bustling downtown, and easy access to landmarks including the Bayterek Tower and Independence Square, as well as the Khan Shatyr Entertainment Centre, Astana Opera and foreign embassies.
The St. Regis Astana boasts 120 luxuriously appointed guestrooms, including 23 suites with private Juliette terraces overlooking the Astana Park and Ishim River. The expansive Presidential Suite, measuring 510sqm, occupies the top floor of the hotel, offering custom-designed furniture, a study and drawing room, and a dining room that can accommodate up to 10 guests. Other room amenities include a wine vault, a spacious bathroom comprising a sauna, and a 139sqm private outdoor terrace. All guestrooms and suites come along with the signature St. Regis Butler service.
The hotel features two distinct dining venues: The Grill, a contemporary fine dining experience with a personalised table-side presentation serving cuts of meats, fish and vegetables; La Riviere has found a new home at The St. Regis Astana, offering a wide selection of the finest cuisine and wine in the city. The St. Regis Bar features an exclusive selection of fine champagnes, rare vintage wines, hand-crafted cocktails, and the signature St. Regis Bloody Mary.
With over 1,000sqm of functional meeting space, the property includes an exquisite pillar-less Astor Ballroom, which can comfortably accommodate up to 575 guests, and boasts a six-metre high ceiling, a separate VIP entrance, floor-to-ceiling windows and a custom chandelier inspired by Simurgh, the bird of magnificent size and beauty.
The 2,300sqm Iridium Spa enables guests to indulge in a range of specialty treatments in a tranquil environment, as it offers six treatment rooms, two single suites with private Jacuzzi and an indoor swimming pool. www.starwoodhotels.com
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