The Pool Piazza of the St. Regis Atlanta.
Part Two: Unique Services
The St. Regis Hotel in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia is set apart in the world of luxury hotels by its design and also its unique services. Regarded as one of the premier hotels in Atlanta for a myriad of reasons, the hotel staff is uniquely warm, attentive and genuinely concerned with the comfort of guests.
The St. Regis offers a concierge that will arrange dinner, show tickets, transportation and anything else one might desire during his or her stay. In addition to this, however, a personalized butler service is available to all guests. Upon arrival, a butler is assigned to each party for the duration of their stay. The butler program motto is, “Allow me,” and it shows. The butler will act as a concierge, take care of wake-up calls, bring tea or coffee service to the room each morning, and even unpack and pack.
Another exclusive service the St. Regis provides is afternoon tea, served in the beautiful Long Gallery. Pastries and sandwiches are served in grand English tradition along with an impressive selection of gourmet teas. The St. Regis’ fine collection of original area artwork on display in the Gallery can be enjoyed along with tea daily from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm.
Other very notable services and amenities that the St. Regis offers include the Remède Spa and fitness center and the Pool Piazza area. The spa is expansive and offers an extensive list of relaxing, specialized treatments such as the Athlete’s Relief package—the perfect follow-up to a hard workout. The tropical piazza is unmatched in outdoor living space among area hotels.
It is the personalization of each guest’s stay that sets the St. Regis, Atlanta apart in its genre. Simply put, the St. Regis is a beautiful hotel with outstanding service. The addition of its unique services in addition to all other factors render it…exceptional.
Travel Information: Both US Airways and Frontier Airlines currently have tickets from the Denver International Airport to Atlanta Hartsfield Airport for around $350. A non-stop flight is just shy of three hours.
For more information: Please visit the St. Regis Atlanta online.
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Examiner’s Note: A special thank you to Kimberly Murdock of the St. Regis and Jenn Myres of Glodow Nead Communications!! This is part two of my two-part series on the St. Regis of Atlanta. Check back in a day or so for part one of my story on the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs.