Luxury in Puerto Rico: The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort earns AAA Five Diamond Rating

Puerto Rico’s St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort beachfront property has earned AAA’s Five Diamond Rating. This distinction is solidifying its position as the leader in luxury in the Caribbean.

Properties with the Five Diamond Rating reflect the ultimate in luxury and sophistication. The specific rating at this level requires that first class accommodations, extraordinary physical attributes in every manner, and fundamental hallmarks meticulously serve and exceed all guest expectations while maintaining an impeccable standard of excellence.

The Five Diamond Rating is received less than two years after The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort’s opening in November 2010. As the AAA Diamond Rating Process is one of North America’s premier hotel rating programs, properties selected for evaluation must meet 27 essential requirements based on member expectations including cleanliness, comfort, security, and safety, before being assigned a rating of one to five AAA Diamonds.

Since 2011, only five other hotels throughout the Caribbean islands have received the prestigious accolade, and The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort is the only property in Puerto Rico to hold this honor as well. Furthermore, fewer than one- half percent of more than 31,000 properties recognized by AAA throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean are approved by the organization to have obtained this achievement.

Set on 483 pristine acres, the property is the first and only Gold-certified Audubon Signature Sanctuary in Puerto Rico, committed to preserving the resort’s surrounding nature. Designed by acclaimed architectural firm Hill Glazier, the resort boasts 139 luxuriously appointed guest rooms, including 35 suites with private terraces offering spectacular ocean views as well as 25 private St. Regis Estate Homes. The magnificent resort offers St. Regis’ legendary Butler Service and features a 10,000 square foot Remède Spa and an ocean-front golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., in addition to Jean-Georges’ Fern.