The St. Regis Maldives is nestled between nine hectares of rainforest and white sand beaches on the island of Vommuli. Travellers can explore the island’s eco-conscious settings, tropical beauty and rich marine life.
There is a wealth of sports and activities available such as diving, snorkelling, water skiing and tennis, and the resort is also home to an impressive observatory tower.
Number of Rooms
No. of Restaurants
Number of Bars
Seaplane (45 Mins)
Villas and Residences
The St. Regis consists of 77 villas,
21 Over water villas with pool
14 Beach villas with pool
14 Sunset over water villas with pool
12 2 bedroom family villas with pool
8 over water St Regis suites
4 Garden villas with pool
2 2 bedroom beach suites with pool
1 Caroline Astor Estate
1 John Jacob Astor Estate
Food & Beverages
There are 6 options for dining at the St Regis
Alba – is the main restaurant featuring local and International cuisine
Crust is the pizzeria on the beach
Craft is next to Crust on the beach and serves Burgers and Tacos
Cargo is a pop up restaurant situated in the tropical gardens serving Middle Eastern cuisine
Orientale is a restaurant by the lagoon and serves Asian cuisine
Decanter is a subterranean 5 course private dining experience.
The Whale bar is a stunning over water bar
The St. Regis Maldives’ very own ‘Iridium Spa’ is an expansive overwater spa with stunning panoramic views and the largest hydrotherapy pool in the Maldives. It offers Ayurvedic treatments, fitness counselling, hair and scalp treatments, acupuncture, anti-gravity yoga sessions and specialist men’s services.
The St. Regis Maldives resort is located a 45-minute seaplane flight from Male International Airport.
The Whale bar – An architectural marvel emerges from the azure waters of the private coral reef, inviting guests to savor a selection of locally sourced seafood, freshly prepared tapas, wines, and spirits.