This November, the St. Regis is opening its first resort in China — the St. Regis Lhasa will open in Tibet and be located on the “Roof of the World” nearly 3,700 meters above sea level. For those looking for a truly unique destination wedding site, the St. Regis Lhasa Resort will provide an unsurpassed elegant setting for your special day.
From mesmerizing views of the lake to a regal ballroom, the St. Regis Lhasa will feature endless possibilities for your ceremony and reception. Newlyweds will also enjoy a complimentary night in the honeymoon suite, which is majestically set for an unforgettable wedding experience.
Guest Rooms at the St. Regis Lhasa Resort
Rooms at the new luxury resort will be accented by local artifacts and feature distinctive decor that reflects Tibetan culture and heritage. The rooms will also feature plasma TVs, multi-channel cable, high speed internet access, spacious marble bathroom, exquisite furnishings, and exclusive amenities.
Dining Options at the New St. Regis in Tibet
The new St. Regis Lhasa Resort will feature a number of excellent dining options for you and your guests during your stay. Here is a peek at the extraordinary culinary offerings:
Si Zi Kang – will feature authentic Tibetan and Nepalese cuisine in a sophisticated and relaxed setting
Social – all-day dining restaurant offering a wide selection of international cuisine
Yan Ting – Chinese restaurant that specializes in Cantonese and Sichuanese style cuisine. It will also feature six private dining rooms.
Tea Room – a unique experience, noted to be the first of its kind, offering different blends of local and imported teas, while serving vintage teas aged from 10-25 years.
Decanter by Haut-Brisson – the first wine bar will serve over 140 labels of wine, liquors and aged cigars, all aimed to entice the adventurous’ palate.
The Drawing room – will offer baked goods and desserts in an elegant atmosphere.
Iridium Spa at the St. Regis Lhasa
The exclusive spa will be a delight for any bride and bridesmaids. The spa will combine a 5-star experience with traditional Tibetan herbal treatments and absolute soothing relief from any altitude stress. Guests can also choose to immerse themselves in the gold-leaf immersion pool, or partake in Yoga or Pilates in the Meditation Garden.
St. Regis Lhasa Resort to Be Green Hotel
The St. Regis will also be a “green hotel,” and has put forth significant effort to reduce its’ carbon footprint. They are utilizing solar energy and underground water, which allows them to save on diesel energy consumption each year by 93,000 kg and 75,000 kg respectively. The hotel will also operate a fleet of hybrid vehicles that will help reduce emission by 30%.
For those looking for more information or to consider booking your upcoming wedding in Tibet, please see the St. Regis Lhasa Resort website.