The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, Puerto Rico

  • State Road 187 kilometer 4.2
  • Rio Grande,
  • Puerto Rico
  • 00745
  • United States
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Age Requirement Policy

All St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort guests must be 18 years old to register. We request that minors be accompanied by an adult.

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 344 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amzing We had a wonderful time. There was something for everyone in the family to do and love. Th staff was amazing and the property was gorgeous. I have already recconded this to everyone I know. You cannot be disappointed. Many favorites don't know where to start, the lake, nature center, beach, pool, food, activites for kids.... December 2, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by This Hotel Needs More Lounge Chairs & / Or Another Pool When we arrived at the pool we were told there were no more lounge chairs. They said people come to the pool btw 7-8:00AM to reserve chairs. We then proceeded to the beach & just stayed there. The next day we went back to the pool & there were 2 chairs left in the shade so we decided to go to the beach again. Only this time they didn't have any chairs left there either!! OUTRAGEOUS! I have no interest in reserving a chair at 7 AM ... it totally reminded us of a family trip to the Atlantis. RIDICULOUS!!! The manager somehow got us 2 chairs by the pool when we complained & even offered us a cabana. We told him we only wanted the chairs & weren't looking for anything free. After 2 hrs of enjoying the lounge chairs we went to get lunch & left some of our stuff on the chairs only to come back to find our stuff removed! Apparently the cabana was sold & they needed our chairs! NO APOLOGY was even given nor did they find us more chairs!!!! WE WILL NEVER GO BACK. The St. Regis should be ashamed to charge $1000 day without having enough chairs to accommodate ALL their guests. TRULY SHOCKING!! January 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Wonderful property except for the beach I really enjoyed my stay at the St. Regis in Puerto Rico. Everything was as expected from a St. Regis quality property. The staff was great, the room amazing, the "fern" restaurant world class, the pool distintive, and the stay incredible. I did not enjoy the beach...was a bit dirty and cloudy water. Unfortunately nothing to be done about the ocen water (there is a river that cuts thru the property that brings lots of "silt" to the ocen from the rain forest), but the would have expected a bit more about the beach...it was quite dirty with debries, platic bottles, etc. December 9, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Service work required. The location of the property is beautiful but the service needs great improvement. The staff is generally slow or nonexistent. With the exception of Jesus and Braulie at the Molasses Restaurant and Kathy at the Fern, the staff was underwhelming. The above mentioned individuals were wonderful . The property needs maintenance and there are not enough employees to service the guests. No guest carts to take guests from the Plantation House to various on property locations. I would not return to this property or recommend it. April 8, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Poor follow up with customers I booked my stay for this property over a month in advance before my arrival and chose to use 3 of my earned suites stays that was awarded to me for becoming a repeated Platinum member. When I arrived to the property after my flight, I was told that I wasn't going to be living in a suite during my stay and that I would be placed in a regular/standard room. After speaking with the front counter staff about my suite being taken away, I was told that the suites are upon availability. I explained to staff that I was never informed via telephone or email that I wasn't going to be able to have a suite during my stay prior to my arrival and had I been, I would've re-scheduled my stay for another date or perhaps went to the property in Punta Mita, Mexico instead. I asked to be placed in an ocean-view room (standard) which was available at the time and I was still denied. I felt as though the rug was pulled from under me once I arrived . Room Cleanliness - When I arrived to my room (818) , there was a very bad mildew smell , worms on the floor in different areas and a lizard in the bathroom. Also the lights weren't working in parts of the room in which I called for maintenance to come and fix. I personally cleaned up the worm and lizard problem, but the mildew smell remained . I didn't complain to management about being switched to another room because I didn't want to go through the experience of rejection again . So I dealt with it instead. Follow up with customers - I think that St. Regis fail to do follow up with customers as promised. I was told before checking out of the property on Monday morning that I was going to be emailed information as it pertains to my bill due to some questionable charges that were placed on it . Here it is Wednesday morning 48 hours later and no one has yet to followup with me about the price adjustments being done about my breakfast charges. Not to mention informing me prior to arriving about not being able to live in a suite during my stay. In conclusion - I'd like to say that I enjoy being a platinum member of Starwood, but I didn't feel like a platinum member during my stay at this property. With this being said, these trips and stays don't come cheap. The way you make a person feel and how they're treated always be the deciding factor in the end. I don't want to feel bad about my experience with St. Regis (Bahia Beach) . I want this feeling to go away. Thank you for listening . March 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 An overwhelming experience--Already booking a return The Bahia Beach resort continued to exceed our expectations from the moment we walked through the big door until the saddest part--our departure. We highly recommend the rooms with their rain-showers and huge tubs. We loved the personal attention at the dining room at Fern. And, there is no better pool setting which we enhanced by renting a cabana. The prices are marketable for a 5-star resort, so don't expect to pay less. We even did the Zip-line tour and we'll be back! May 31, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by st regis hostage it was like being on a cruise, captive with 2 dining options and one that enforces a dress code. they take a cut of the taxi's fare (about 50% more), they charge 20%+delivery fee for room service. $5+tax and fees for a soda. the molasses restaurant which is one of 2 dining options food is marginal at best. i was repeatedly charged for valet parking when i repeatedly told them i dont have a car and was the reason why i needed a taxi to the airport. if you go to the pool afternoon , there are no pool chairs. it felt like they always had a hand in your pocket. February 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beautiful natural setting offers a great escape After the fourth trip in less than two years, it's clear this destination is one that should make everyone's wish list! Nestled in a tropical and beautiful setting, this resort is a true escape. PRO's: *setting - you can't find a more beautiful and natural setting *pool - it is masterfully designed with many levels and a feeling of privacy, even when completely full *rooms - well designed with modern and very comfortable yet elegant and sophisticated furnishings *privacy - if you want a true getaway and appreciate the opportunity to have your own space, you'll appreciate this resort and the layout CON's *Service - while the attempt and intent is appreciated, the small details are not consistently met....the timeliness of the details is where the opportunity exists. I do however want to thank Edwin for continuing to remember us as a returning guest (very few have done this), and Etienne, who was an extremely engaging server at Fern *Food - while certain dishes and meals are good, there is a lack of options for restaurants...take advantage of the private dining...when they get it right, it's one of the best options. *Grounds - while the natural setting and grounds are beautiful and someone may say i'm crazy to call it a con, the hotel has been around for two years and there are some areas that need addressed..i.e. marsh like grass right outside our patio and on the estate lawn, beach is raked by a large tractor, but consistently have to walk past trash all over the natural area of the beach. Overall, it's a fantastic resort, hence our multiple trips back. The service is the biggest opportunity and once mastered, should be considered one of the top resorts in US/Caribbean! December 2, 2012
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