posted October 28, 2017The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort
The St. Regis brand first established luxury hospitality more than 110 years ago, with the opening of the St. Regis New York. From the moment John Jacob Astor IV opened the doors of his Beaux-Arts masterpiece on New York’s Fifth Avenue, St. Regis has stood as a symbol of uncompromising elegance and bespoke service. Today, with more than 40 of the best addresses around the world, St. Regis is a place where trends are born, boundaries are broken and guests can simply live exquisite. We invite you to explore careers at St. Regis.
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The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort is situated among lush tropical gardens, sparkling white sand beaches, and turquoise waters on Florida’s celebrated Gold Coast. Just 15 minutes north of South Beach and among the most distinguished neighborhoods in South Florida, Bal Harbour is an exclusive island village located on the south bank of the only inlet on the barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway of Miami Beach.
An intersection of art, fashion, and design, the island is home to the legendary Bal Harbour Shops. Located directly across Collins Avenue from the resort, the shops serve as an international destination, attracting both guests and residents with a collection of prestigious designer boutiques, bistros, and outdoor cafes on par with those of New York, Beverly Hills, Paris, London, and Milan.
Just a short drive away, the rich culture and captivating energy of South Beach, Ocean Drive, and the Art Deco District of Miami await. For museum aficionados, there are endless choices, including the Bass Museum of Art and Wolfsonian-FIU Museum in Miami Beach, as well as the Lowe Art Museum in Coral Gables. In Downtown Miami, the Miami City Ballet and the Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center offer premier live entertainment. Nearby, the Jackie Gleason Theater continues to provide star-quality entertainment while the Lincoln Road Theater serves as home to the New World Symphony. Year-round, professional and college sports teams, ranging from football to baseball to hockey, draw domestic and international guests, as does the city’s famed nightlife and annual events, including food and wine festivals and the world-famous Art Basel Miami.