The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico's beachside nature retreat
Editor's note: The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, Puerto Rico is closed for post-hurricane renovations and will reopen on December 11.

Put The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, Puerto Rico at the top of your list for your next tropical getaway — it has everything you need for the ideal Caribbean vacation.

The hotel is located less than 30 miles from San Juan so you can zip to the city for dinner or sightseeing, and it’s just miles from one of Puerto Rico’s most popular attractions, the 28,000-acre El Yunque rain forest. The resort itself, however, is secluded on 483 lush acres.

The grounds of the luxury resort are special. Built on a former coconut plantation, the property is a gold certified Audubon Society Sanctuary — one of only 20 in the world.

There are ample paths for walking and biking to observe the local plant and wildlife, and a boathouse stocked with kayaks for water tours.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The luxurious lagoon-style pool is ringed with small and large cabanas offering daybeds, dining tables, refrigerators and flat-screen TVs.
  • Reserving a suite entitles you to The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort’s butler service — butlers will help with anything you need and bring coffee to your door at a designated time each morning.
  • Be sure to book a spa service or two during your stay. Remède Spa is top-notch, with a litany of healing treatments and expert therapists.
  • The luxury Puerto Rico resort offers plenty of activities for little ones including a bonfire with s’mores every Saturday night.
  • Take advantage of the wide array of complimentary outdoor activities available at the resort from kayaking and paddle boarding, to biking through 6 miles of nature trails to seaside golf.
Things to Know
  • A complimentary glass of champagne is offered to all spa guests; sip it in the covered outdoor area before your Encanto rum massage (the spirit is mixed into the oil).
  • You will notice a $75 daily resort fee on your final bill. This charge allows you to enjoy a wide array of services during your stay including high-speed Internet, beach and pool services and activities like golf and tennis.
  • Be sure to hang out by the pool in the afternoon to partake in the daily iced tea ritual. Enjoy a wide array of iced teas from around the world accompanied by tropical fruit skewers.
The Rooms
  • Low-slung bungalows are decorated in plantation chic with rattan fans and carved headboards.
  • The bungalows at this Puerto Rico resort house just 139 rooms, each with a large bedroom, a walk-in closet and an enormous bathroom with a spacious rain shower.
  • The 35 suites are a nice option for families — living rooms include a sectional sofa with pullout bed, a wet bar and an extra bathroom.
The Restaurants
  • Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Fern offer stunning views overlooking the resort’s grassy estate lawn and beach.
  • Fern offers contemporary American food with local flavors (sautéed lobster with buttery cabbage, green chile, scallions and ginger) and an excellent wine list.
  • Beach Club is on the renowned Robert Trent Jones, Jr. golf course and serves delicious Puerto Rican favorites such as mofongo (mashed fried plantains with caramelized onions, peppers and salsa criolla) and frituras (fritters).
  • Order wood-fired pizza and mojitos poolside from Seagrapes, the resort’s casual restaurant.
24-hour room service
Babysitting services
House car
Outdoor pool
Pet friendly
Getting There
Route 187 Kilometer 4.2, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico 00745
SJU  (35 min)   RVR (45 min-1 h)  
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