The St Regis Langkawi

Location: Malaysian Islands | Malaysia & Borneo

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

Where rainforest meets Riviera, The St Regis Langkawi welcomes guests with a dreamlike embrace of European infusions, Middle Eastern influences and Islamic arches. With subtle colouring offset by dramatic mashrabiya-inspired screens, large private courtyards contrasting with vast garden spaces, and date palms balanced by bougainvillea, this elegant island hotel channels classic contemporary aesthetic with an exotic twist.
Perfect forClassy couples looking for a sleek and luxurious roost from which to relax and explore Langkawi’s natural beauty.
In the knowAs well as three restaurants, the hotel has three bars, and our favourite is the St Regis Bar. Though they have an array of cocktails, try the Lang Mary, a tasty take on the traditional Bloody Mary with hints of vanilla, citrus, lemongrass and tamarind, and sip it in the side room Decanter, a vision of marble, crystal and delicious vintages.

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Family-friendly
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Service & Hospitality

Hotel Overview


Nestled on a prime beachfront location, the resort overlooks the Andaman Sea and is only a 30-minute drive from Langkawi International Airport.

Rooms at The St. Regis Langkawi

An island escape with bounds of New York sophistication, The St. Regis is the first all-suite luxury resort in the archipelago and has 85 luxuriously appointed rooms and four private overwater villas. Each suite, built by a San Francisco-based architectural firm and kitted out by a UK-based design specialist, is distinct with indelible views, lofty ceilings, a marble bathroom,  dark wood floors and a subtle island-inspired palette of creams, sapphires, sea-foam green and gold. With floor-to-ceiling windows you can spend hours gazing out towards the turquoise waters, but if you want some cultural variety take a look at your suite’s walls, adorned with intriguing paintings by esteemed local artists and ornate golden lanterns.

Food and facilities

Artistic in every detail from its enchanting overwater dining concept to its 60 grand teak columns, Kayuputi reinvents traditional Asian dishes with a menu of lamb merguez with harissa sauce and sour cherry sorbet with mango maki rolls alongside inventive tapas and beautifully crafted entrees. The hotel’s signature restaurant, L’Orangerie, offers a worldly menu of modern French cuisine with Asian and Mediterranean flavours. Specialities here include lobster omelette for breakfast and Otak-Otak seafood moose in banana leaves and creamy lobster bisque for dinner.

Activities at The St. Regis Langkawi

Home to an impressive 100,000sq m saltwater swimming lagoon, a 600m long stretch of white-sand beach and a massive Iridium Spa, this resort is certainly a destination for relaxation. Leisurely swim in the cooling waters or lounge under the tropical sun before being pampered and preened in the spa with an exfoliating Bunga body treatment, an aromatic blend of native Malaysian flower extracts, including hibiscus, jasmine and frangipani. If you don’t want to abandon your fitness regime completely, the hotel has an Athletic Club with cardio and free weight equipment and a choice of water sports, including complimentary kayaking around the lagoon.

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