St. Regis New York

New York City, New York

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    Home to the Astors, Old King Cole and the Bloody Mary

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    Home to the Astors, Old King Cole and the Bloody Mary

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    Home to the Astors, Old King Cole and the Bloody Mary

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    Home to the Astors, Old King Cole and the Bloody Mary

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    Home to the Astors, Old King Cole and the Bloody Mary

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    Home to the Astors, Old King Cole and the Bloody Mary

  • St. Regis New York View 7

    Home to the Astors, Old King Cole and the Bloody Mary

Why we choose St. Regis New York

A classic hotel that has perfected top-tier luxury over the last century

  • Butler service for each of the 238 rooms
  • The distinctive designer suites include Dior, Tiffany and Bentley
  • Nineteen consecutive years of the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award

Most upscale hotels advertise “uncompromising service,” but the St. Regis offers the real deal. Their iconic butler service prides itself on exceeding expectations—quite a goal for a staff serving some of the wealthiest and most affluent people in the world. Yet they manage to do just that every day. As they say here: “The answer is yes; what’s your question?”

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We suggest

Stay in one of the speciality suites and the rate includes round trip airport transfers to any of the 3 main NYC airports

What you need to know about the hotel

The St. Regis is a touch of stylish Old New York, with modern touches to please sophisticated travelers

  • In-room massages can be arranged by the concierge team at your request
  • The King Cole Bar, with Maxfield Parrish’s Art Nouveau mural behind the bar, served the country’s first Bloody Mary

Famed businessman John Jacob Astor opened the St. Regis New York in 1904, debuting the city’s then-tallest hotel at 18 stories. It immediately became known as the most opulent hotel in the world, and not much has changed since then.

Today’s newly-renovated 171 rooms and 67 suites feature antiques, silk wall coverings and custom-made furnishings, while the hotel itself maintains eye-popping architectural touches that have drawn art lovers for a century.

Where is it and what's nearby

Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, the hotel is walking distance to the best shopping and sightseeing

  • Central Park’s size can be overwhelming, so take a themed tour to discover a few elements you’re most interested in
  • One of the top shopping streets in the world, Madison Avenue is an ultra-luxe strip where you’ll likely cross paths with celebs
  • The best art museum perhaps on the entire continent is the Metropolitan Museum of Art, with a staggering number of masterworks

There isn’t enough space in War and Peace to list all of the things to see and do in New York City, but suffice it to say that whatever your interest—from theatre to avant-garde art to hip nightclubs—there’s no better city in the world in which to find it. And best of all, the St. Regis is close to everything from Central Park to Fifth Avenue boutiques. Grab your walking shoes and go!

How to enjoy New York City

Granite foundations let Manhattan soar into one of the great cities of the world. A crossroads that has welcomed new arrivals for centuries, but now is more at ease showing its softer side, but only for a ’New York Minute’ mind

  • Food, in every wonderful flavor and from every corner of the world, from early morning right through to, well, early morning
  • Nightlife that is second to none, from dancing Mormons on Broadway; to Knicks at The Garden; to Placido at The Met
  • Serious shopping to fit every budget and every style. From Tiffany & Co and the big guys on 5th to the flea markets of Brooklyn

The Big Apple is awash with ‘must-sees’ and can cater for literally every taste. You could marvel at a Matisse at MoMA, get down and dizzy at the Guggenheim’s famed spiraling architecture, take a superhero tour of movie locations and enjoy 360° views of the city from the Rockefeller Center’s observation deck. Perhaps the most moving, however, is the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero.

For quintessential New York try a 6th Avenue bagel before people watching over a skinny latte in the West Village. Stock up on the latest must-have Manolo Blahniks in Manhattan’s midtown before toasting Carrie’s health over lunch at Eleven Madison Park. It’s the restaurant where the Sex and the City character’s heart is broken; remember to reserve well in advance to avoid your own fully-booked heartache.

  • You need to know

    Located right in the heart of the city, you can walk to everything New York.

  • Well I never

    In 1934 Fernand Petiot, one of the St Regis bartenders created a drink he called the “Red Snapper,” which is now known as the “Bloody Mary” cocktail.

  • Well I never

    Frequent and favored guest, Salvador Dali, caused a stir when a box of flies he was using for artistic purposes accidentally opened and created some chaos on the 15th and 16th floor.

  • Awards and accolades

    The St. Regis New York is Manhattan’s longest running 5-Star hotel.

  • Discover the secret

    Sit at the Old King Cole bar and study the wall mural and see if you can spot its secret.  If it doesn’t come to you then discreetly ask the barman and with a bit of coaxing he’ll reveal all.

  • Awards and accolades

    The St. Regis New York has earned a place in Condé Nast Traveler’s Platinum Circle, having featured on the Gold List for five years in a row.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with St. Regis New York, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade at time of booking, subject to availability (up to the Astor Suite category)
  • Daily continental breakfast for up to two guests
  • Afternoon tea for two in Astor Court, once during stay

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A note from Heather

Red Snapper, Bloody Mary, call it whatever... it’s just the ticket after a day out in New York. more >

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