St. Regis Langkawi to open this November

St. Regis Hotels & Resorts is set to open The St. Regis Langkawi in November 2015. Owned by Integrated Nautical Resort (INR), the resort is a joint venture between Rajawali Group, Malaysia Ministry of Finance and Langkawi Development Authority. The hotel will be close to Kuah town, Langkawi’s shopping and commercial center and will be approximately a 20-minute drive from Langkawi International Airport.

The hotel will be situated within a cove, with 85 suites and three water villas, each boasting a view of the Straits of Malacca. Each guestroom will also include the St. Regis Butler Service.

For dining, the property will have five food and beverage venues.

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Other amenities at The St. Regis Langkawi will include the Spa Salon, a swimming pool, gym and function space, with access to expanded meeting facilities at the Langkawi International Convention Centre (LICC).

The property will be located half a mile from a new integrated coastal development, which encompasses the Langkawi International Convention Centre (LICC), a 65,660-square-foot meeting and conference venue. LICC’s largest meeting area has 17,222 square feet of space.

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