St. Regis Saadiyat opens UAE's largest hotel suite

Flagship Royal Suite spans 2100 sq m and costs AED 130,000 per night

Ocean view from St. Regis Saadiyat Island's Royal Suite.
Ocean view from St. Regis Saadiyat Island's Royal Suite.

The St. Regis Saadiyat Island in Resort in Abu Dhabi has opened a 2100m² Royal Suite, with a rack rate of AED 130,000 per night.
The duplex Royal Suite is believed to be the largest hotel suite in the UAE, occupying the top two floors of the resort’s west wing.
Designed by UAE-based Enigma Design , it features four bedrooms, a living room, a 12-seater dining room, a mini cinema, games room with a billiard table, terrace with bar and outdoor swimming pool.
Spanning the entire lower floor, the master bedroom comes with a private balcony with ocean views. Other features include a spacious ocean-facing bathroom with a walk-in double shower and bathtub, an expansive walk-in closet and dressing area, a spa room and sauna. All bathrooms in the suite include bespoke amenities, alongside the St. Regis Brand’s signature Remède bath products.
Hotel manager Max Wiegerinck said: “The Royal Suite is a masterpiece that is perfectly suited for a visionary destination such as Saadiyat.
“This is a luxurious home away from home, both distinguished and relaxed, with personal butler service and a private spa treatment room, adding to its bespoke nature.”
Ali Al Hammadi, Deputy Managing Director of Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC), the owner and developer of the resort, added: “The launch of the Royal Suite completes The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, an address that has fast evolved to become one of the city’s popular leisure destinations. Saadiyat positions itself as a celebration of unique landmarks, and this suite complements that promise.”

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