St. Regis Hotels & Resorts brings its storied heritage to the coastal paradise of Goa

Featuring views to lagoons and the Arabian Sea, the property is luxurious with a touch of serenity.

St. Regis Goa Resort

November 10, 2022: St. Regis Hotels and Resorts, part of Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio, announced the opening of The St. Regis Goa Resort. Previously owned and operated by The Leela Palaces, Hotels & Resorts, the resort is a curated sanctuary between the Sal River and Arabian Sea near India's south-western coastal city of Goa, famous for its palm-fringed tropical beaches, historic Portuguese-era architecture, enticing seafood and distinctive culture. 

George Fleck, Vice President and Global Brand Leader, St. Regis Hotels & Resorts, said, “Through the exemplary hospitality and cherished traditions of the original St. Regis hotel in New York, we embrace the Goan spirit of slowing down to enjoy life’s moments to their fullest. The St. Regis Goa Resort offers a welcome respite, a place where our guests can renew, reconnect and appreciate what is truly important.”

St. Regis Goa Resort

Located approximately 60 minutes' drive from Goa International Airport, The St. Regis Goa Resort is nestled in 49 acres of lush greenery fringing the pristine Mobor Beach on the shores of the Arabian Sea. The area between the Sal River and the ocean is a paradise for nature lovers, a sanctuary of freshwater lagoons and over 30,000 trees, where the intimate resort blends seamlessly into its surroundings with its confluence of Portuguese and traditional Indian architecture. 

Its 206 guestrooms include 46 suites offering private terraces overlooking the tranquil lagoons or the golf course. Twenty suites and villas have plunge pools, private access to the beach, and all-day indulgent dining at The Manor.

St. Regis Goa Resort

The resort offers four dining venues and two bars. The Restaurant is an all-day dining venue that invites guests to discover the delights of local cuisine and international favorites. Riverside, an Italian fine dining restaurant at the property, has exceptional views of the Sal River. Susegado is a pan-Asian and seafood grill restaurant in a casual beach shack overlooking the ocean, and tempts diners with wonderful aromas of seafood grilled to perfection over charcoal as well as light bites and refreshing cocktails. 

The Drawing Room offers crafted afternoon tea and the resort's delightful twist on the brand’s signature Bloody Mary cocktail, The Goan Mary, inspired by the vibrant colours and the popular spicy red mix, Recheado masala of Goa with Kashmiri chilli, vinegar, garlic, cinnamon and local spices. Pool Bar is the perfect venue for pre-dinner cocktails with its sunset views overlooking the pool. Aqua, is the ideal place to relax and experience the art of drinking, while engaging in fun indoor games and activities.

St. Regis Goa Resort

A swimming pool, a well-equipped gym, a golf course, and the St. Regis Family Traditions programs and experiences, including a mobile library, as well as the fun and enriching activities of the Children's Club with its kids-only pool, play park and gaming zone, add to the experience. The St. Regis Spa, with eight private rooms for bespoke treatments, includes age-old Indian ayurvedic rituals and therapies derived from 5,000 years of tradition. 

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