The United Arab Emirates has its fair share of luxury hotels and high-end suites, but the St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, Abu Dhabi now claims to have the largest luxury suite in the whole region. Coming in at nearly 22,600 square feet, the Royal Suite features four bedrooms, a private study, cinema and game room, spa treatment room and sauna as well as full living and dining room.
“The Royal Suite is a luxurious home away from home, both distinguished and relaxed, and perfectly suited for a new generation of global travelers visiting Abu Dhabi,” said Max Wiegerinck, hotel manager.
Designed to complement the resort’s beachfront location by the Arabian Gulf, the Royal Suite was inspired by the sea, sand, ancient sea worn stones and driftwood. It features interiors bathed in a warm earth-toned palette with shades of sea mist, teal, and blue. A curated art collection, custom designed lighting and spiral staircases add to the relaxed residential feel of the suite.
Guests enter a living room with a Steinway grand piano and can enjoy uninterrupted ocean views while on the spacious terrace. The dining room seats 12, and the upper level offers three bedrooms, a private study, mini-cinema, and game room outfitted with a billiard table. Spanning the entire lower floor, the master bedroom offers an expansive walk-in closet and dressing area, a spa room and sauna as well as an ocean-facing bathroom with a walk-in double shower and bathtub.
The debut of the Royal Suite marks the completion of The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, which opened late 2011. The suite, which occupies the top two floors of the resort’s west wing, is priced at approximately $35,000 per night.