Classic sophistication and elegant, modern flair unite in a five-star luxury setting at the St. Regis in Nur-Sultan, formerly Astana. Located in the heart of the city on the banks of the Ishim River in Astana Central Park, the St. Regis Astana carries on a longstanding tradition of excellence and luxury that began more than a century ago with the original St. Regis hotel in New York City. Guests who wish to explore the capital of Kazakhstan will find easy access to all of the best attractions the city has to offer. For those who would prefer to stay in and relax, the St. Regis Astana boasts a spa and athletic club, two restaurants, and a bar offering an exclusive selection of the world’s finest champagnes, rare vintage wines, and hand-crafted cocktails. Guests may also enjoy the unique 24-hour St. Regis Butler Service – a treasured hallmark of the St. Regis tradition. The hotel offers a range of room types, from the spacious, functional deluxe room to the opulent presidential suite.
Outstanding Service: Experienced, thoughtful butlers are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week to ensure that guests want for nothing.
Feature-Rich Accommodations: Heated floors, plush bathrobes, a wireless Geneva Model sound system, and a 27” AquaVision in-bathroom television are a few St. Regis room standards.
Prime Location: Close to some of the most breathtaking natural landmarks and treasures, such as the Baiterek Monument and the Hazret Sultan Mosque.
Events and Traditions: Enjoy and choose from numerous classic hotel rituals and experiences such as afternoon tea, the delicious, zesty St. Regis Bloody Mary, and champagne sabering.
St. Regis Astana guests may choose from several choices of rooms and suites, including the Deluxe and Grand Deluxe rooms, the Ambassador Suite, the St. Regis Suite, the Royal Suite, and the Presidential Suite. All include stately furnishings and unique art pieces, along with a Juliette Balcony. Amenities such as in-room dining and access to the hotel Butler Service come standard in all room types, with still more luxurious elements to be had in suites such as the regal Royal Suite and the plush, top-floor Presidential Suite. All rooms and suites at the St. Regis Astana have complimentary Wi-Fi and the option for connecting rooms.
At a spacious 732 square feet, the Deluxe Room features a living room, separate bedroom with a king-sized bed, oversized bathroom, and a Juliette Balcony. Amenities include access to Iridium Spa Facilities and the Athletic Club, a mini bar, complimentary Butler Service, an in-room safe, and more. The Deluxe Room also includes features such as a large working desk, a toilet with bidet, and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Central Park or the Ishim River, among others.
These rooms offer the signature elegance of Deluxe Rooms with an additional private balcony and added space. With an eye toward fine art and contemporary culture, Grand Deluxe Rooms at the St. Regis Astana also display inspired photography commemorative of the nomadic history and rich culture of Kazakhstan.
Ambassador suites offer a 1,184-square-foot space perfectly suited to refined living. A king-sized bed and marble bathroom complete with a freestanding bathtub and separate rain shower set a high standard of luxury alongside sophisticated suite spaces. The suite provides a separate living room and bedroom, as well as a spacious dressing room. Other features include a 55” LED television in the living room, a guest bathroom, and a fully stocked minibar, among others.
Royal suites offer still another level of residential feel and majesty with 2,530-square-foot, four-guest capacity and a lavish king-sized bed. The Royal Suite offers the same amenities and features as the St. Regis Suite.
Like the aforementioned room and suite types, the St. Regis Suite sleeps four and includes a king-sized bed; at 1,615 square feet, however, it has been designed as a flawless, expansive living space. A fully equipped kitchenette and fireplace join other previously mentioned amenities such as heated floors, a wireless sound system, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Inspired wildlife photography and abstract paintings alike adorn the walls and display unsurpassed craftsmanship and glamor.
The crown jewel seated atop the hotel, the 5,490-square-foot Presidential Suite reaches new heights of lavishness and sophistication. The Presidential Suite sleeps six guests and includes one king-sized bed, and includes such unique features and amenities as a pantry and wine vault, a study, and an outdoor terrace with a private dining area for eight.
Whether guests seek a relaxing day of detachment and reflection at the Iridium Spa or are looking to make use of the hotel’s gorgeous event space for a wedding, the St. Regis Astana’s facilities will not disappoint. Also available upon request via the St. Regis Athletic Club are personal trainers in addition to state-of-the-art gym equipment. Guests might choose to follow a yoga instruction session with a trip to the sauna and a relaxing tea ritual and massage at the spa – the possibilities are numerous and guarantee a tranquil yet invigorating experience.
A visit to the Iridium Spa at the St. Regis Astana will see all five of guests’ senses stimulated in a tailored, cleansing experience. The spa features six treatment rooms, along with a private Jacuzzi, private sauna, and a pool. A hair, nail, beauty, and grooming salon and a hammam are also available. The treatment menu comprises facials, body treatments, massages, and ample beauty services.
Guests may satisfy their 24-hour fitness needs while looking out upon inspiring views of Central Park and the Ishim River. In-house personal trainers provide minimum one-hour sessions focusing on cross training, stretching, yoga, and more. Separate men’s and women’s locker rooms, an indoor pool, steam rooms, and saunas are also available.
St. Regis Astana guests may choose between two restaurants – The Grill and La Rivière – and the hotel bar. While The Grill offers a contemporary fine dining experience with a focus on local fare, La Rivière is situated on the riverfront and offers a Mediterranean menu and a wide selection of wine. The St. Regis Bar rounds out the hotel’s food and beverage offerings with a lively, fashionable environment in which to socialize and celebrate after a busy day.
Featuring a summer terrace and a warm, inviting atmosphere with an open kitchen and pastry and baking corner, La Rivière brings a Mediterranean flavor to dining at the St. Regis Astana. Fresh seafood and rare, fine wines are mainstays. La Rivière offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as an especially well-regarded brunch.
Serving Astana’s best local cuts of meat, aged meat, fish, and vegetables, the grill is a savory dining experience suited to the refinement of the St. Regis tradition. Classically inspired menu selections such as Steak Beef Tartare and Crispy Duck Leg Confit appear alongside tantalizing, inspired options including Baby Chicken ‘Devil Style,’ prepared with a cognac flambée.
Featuring an awe-inspiring selection of the finest champagnes, wines, and handmade cocktails, The St. Regis Bar is a social mainstay for guests. When stopping in for a drink after a day out in the city, don’t forget to sample one of the Bar’s signature St. Regis Bloody Mary cocktails.
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