Tropical radiance creates a vivid background for sleek modern homes and communities brimming with resort amenities.
Behind ornate gates that promote privacy and a sense of lavish exclusivity, the oceanfront communities of St. Regis Bahia Beach rest on a stunning, 483-acre private nature preserve near the Río Grande that’s abounding in unparalleled beauty. Residences are nestled in harmony with towering palm trees, manicured gardens, and peaceful walkways.
St. Regis Bahia Beach communities were designed with one crucial value right at the forefront: to preserve as much of the island’s nature as possible — without sacrificing elegance or the richness of modern accouterments. Ensconced by the enchanting El Yunque National Rainforest, this collection of residential neighborhoods works under the same umbrella to help protect the environment, promote eco-friendly living, and actively give back to the island’s population.
Homes in St. Regis Bahia Beach are polished and innovative testaments to modern luxury. Top-of-the-line technology and finishes elevate the day-to-day tasks of living into something refined, while crisp white exteriors reflect the ever-present sun. Penthouses, condos, and multiple-room homes are all available, often including a pool and set on at least one full acre of land.
Those living in the St. Regis Bahia Beach communities know that grandiosity and opulence can go hand-in-hand with the sublime harmony of nature, and they don’t want to settle for anything less. Affluent and rich with heritage, this area is surrounded by mountains and a 2-mile crescent beach that appeal to outdoors enthusiasts.
Much of the entertainment in St. Regis Bahia Beach is centered around partaking in the many exhilarating outdoor experiences, however, there are still plenty of epicurean restaurants and retail locations to visit as well. The Caribbean Trading Company, in particular, is celebrated for its assortment of gifts and Caribbean goods like foods and spices.
The resort itself is a magnificent source for dining options, and the revered Seagrapes Restaurant is a local favorite. Dine alfresco and sample the delicious cornucopia of menu items, inspired by the local cuisine but varied enough to suit all palates.
For site-seers and beachgoers, there’s a never-ending bevy of beautiful locations to delight in. Frequently photographed by visitors and residents, the Bahía Viva Cataño Waterfront leads to the Puente Rosado. A boardwalk stretches out into the lapping waves of the Atlantic, forming a T-shaped pier on which visitors can gaze and revel in the ocean vista. There’s also the serene Luquillo Beach, perfect for postcard-worthy pictures and water activities.
When it comes to adventure, there’s no shortage in St. Regis Bahia Beach. Those with special events coming up can book at the gorgeous Hacienda Campo Rico, a turn-of-the-century plantation home set on 2,000 lush acres. More than just an idyllic wedding spot, Hacienda Campo Rico offers ATV tours, archery, horseback riding, and ziplining opportunities.
The area is also renowned for its ziplining prowess in general, with multiple providers of aerial tours and thrilling experiences. Hit up to 65 mph while flying at 850 feet along the world’s biggest zipline, known as The Beast. Those who prefer to stay on land or in water can hike the challenging terrain of El Yunque National Forest or venture into the waters for a chance to scuba dive and snorkel along Puerto Rico’s shimmering coast.
St. Regis Bahia Beach is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
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