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Grab Your Black Amex, The St. Regis Bal Harbour Is Now Taking Rezzies

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September 30, 2011 at 2:30 PM | by | ()

Just the other day, we compiled a list of the Shiny New Hotels Coming to Miami. Now we have more intel on the most exclusive of the bunch, The St. Regis Bal Harbour. But before we tell you the news, you'd better run and grab the most elite credit card in your wallet... You ready?

The new St. Reeg is now taking reservations from March 1, 2012, with rates starting at $809 a night.

Of course, that's $897.99 when you add tax. And it's for the lowest-category room available, a Deluxe Ocean View room on a lower floor. But, this being a St. Regis, it does include a 210-square-foot balcony, and the room itself is a whopping 650 square feet.

Let's take a look at the other details that have just hit our hot little hands...

The new St. Regis will actually soft open on January 19, but you can't make a rezzie before March 1. The hotel is one of the biggest to hit the Miami area in a few years, with 243 fancy-pants ocean-view rooms and suites located right on the water and opposite the Bal Harbour Shops. The building also includes 270 private residences, if you really want to flash that black Amex all over the place.

Hotel guests will be served with all the standard St. Regis niceties, from butler service to a signature Remède spa. The interiors were designed by Yabu Pushelberg, blending contemporary design with Art Deco touches and a nod to Miami's legendary architect, Morris Lapidus.

Restaurants will include J&G Grill, the first restaurant from Jean-Georges Vongerichten in Florida, the more casual Fresco Pool Bar & Grill and another outdoor restaurant called Atlantico.

We're still hoping that the hotel will offer an opening special between now and March 1, but in the meantime, start socking away those Starwood Preferred Guest points!

[Image: St. Regis Bal Harbour website]

Archived Comments:

Yabu Pushelberg

They also designed the St. Regis in San Francisco, which is one of the most beautiful and modern hotels in the country.  This one should be very nice.  But $809?  That is simply ridiculous.