To cater to the ever-increasing demand for luxury around the globe and Macau, St. Regis Hotels & Resorts, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide has debuted The St. Regis Macao, Cotai Central. Located in Macau, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with more than 450 years of history and cultural exchange between China and Europe and owned by Venetian Orient Limited, the new St. Regis Macao rises to elevate Macau’s luxury hospitality landscape with its uncompromising experiences, signature butler service, exceptional culinary venues and grand design.The 400-room hotel is the seventh property of St. Regis in Greater China and the 36th worldwide. The St. Regis Macao also celebrates as the largest hotel in the brand’s portfolio.Ideally positioned within the coveted Cotai Strip, renowned as a luxurious tourism destination, the hotel boasts of lavishly appointed guestrooms and suites, ranging from 53 to 477 square meters. It also celebrates Macau’s reputation as a world-class gastronomic destination by offering a multi-experience dining venue, comprising of five distinctive offerings from cosmopolitan, high-end cuisine to a bistro-style indoor garden experience.The newly opened hotel is also home to the signature St. Regis Bar, an elegant space to indulge in a selection of fine wines and spirits, as well as the hotel’s twist on the legendary Bloody Mary cocktail, which was first created at the brand’s flagship hotel in New York in the early 1900s.The Iridium Spa, located on the 38th floor, offers panoramic views over the Strip along with a luxurious and revitalizing experience. Guests can also soak in the lap of luxury by relaxing in the expansive outdoor pool with 2,457 sqm of deck space and private cabanas.The St. Regis Macao ups the ante by offering the signature St. Regis Butler Service for all guests, a first in the destination of Macau.The St. Regis Macao opening will be followed by the unveiling of five new St. Regis hotels in 2016 in the world’s most coveted destinations, including Kuala Lumpur and Langkawi in Malaysia, the Maldives, Changsha in China and Cairo, Egypt.