Venue of the Week: St Regis Langkawi

C&IT's Venue of the Week is the stunning St Regis Langkawi hotel, which opens for conferences and incentives on 6 April.

St Regis Langkawi
St Regis Langkawi

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The property is the first all-suite resort to open on Malaysia’s 99-island archipelago, coined the ‘Jewel of Kedah. A total of 85 luxury bedrooms are on offer for C&I groups, including 20 pool suites with cabanas and patio suites. 

The six bars and restaurants in the hotel grounds include the L’Orangerie Signature Restaurant and the Asian-inspired Kayuputi Specialty Restaurant, as well as two bars specialising in wines, whiskies, cocktails and champagne.

Meetings can be held in the Astor Ballroom, which is the property's largest event space and seats up to 300 delegates theatre style. A further five meeting rooms can host groups from six to 200.

Business guests will have one eye on the 'top-of-the-range' 800sqm spa that will offer a variety of specialty massages and treatments, as well as a fitness centre and outdoor pool.

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