The St. Regis Bar, recently renovated, will reopen its doors with the visit of Limantour and Baltra Liquor Store, the #4 and #16 Best Bar according to the renowned World's Best 50 Bars list, as part of its World Tour in countries like Taiwan and Italy.
Following an exquisite renovation, The St. Regis Bar's design pays homage to the hotel's unrivaled location on Banderas Bay, with object art-inspired motifs specially designed for the hotel by artisans from Jalisco, as well as a stately bar marble
Liqueurería Limantour will take up residence on May 19 and 20, with the presence of the talented Dani Gonzalez and Yayo Nava who prepare classics such as the Margarita al Pastor and Mezcal Stalk.
Baltra will take over the bar at The St. Regis Bar on July 14 and 15 with Fanny Palma who, in addition to preparing the bar's great favorites, will create the Blue-footed Booby Cocktail for this occasion, inspired by the blue-footed booby bird which is endemic to the Marietas Islands located in front of the hotel and the Galapagos Islands, a place that Darwin visited and where Baltra takes his inspiration from.
“We are very excited to present the new bar experience of The St Regis Bar. Ideal to start the evening with a view of the best oceanfront sunsets in the area, or close the night with a signature cocktail, The St. Regis Bar is the jewel in the crown of St. Regis Punta Mita, it is the center of activity of the resort” mentions Gonzalo Guelman Ross, General Manager of The St. Regis Punta Mita. “Reopening our completely renovated bar doors by the hand of these great global mixology talents is a unique experience for our guests, travelers from the Riviera Nayarit and residents of Punta Mita”
A Hacienda-inspired beige and terracotta color palette allows the dazzling view of The St. Regis Bar, the resort's most Instagrammable area, to take center stage, evoking a feeling of total restoration.
At the entrance to the lobby and framing the view is a sculptural central table in calacatta viola marble, on which is suspended a thermoformed glass lamp made by the Mexican artist Isabel Moncada. Manufactured in her workshop in Guadalajara, each glass piece was handcrafted and suspended from tubular brass elements to materialize the initial concept of the piece: the abstraction of the movement of waves. As main materials in this remodeling, metal and handmade glass were considered, with which the design integrates both the concierge area, bookstore and bar. Within the pieces that decorate the lobby, only Mexican handicrafts were considered, such as black clay vessels from Oaxaca, ceramics from Mata Ortiz, sculptures from Caralarga, among others, which add texture.