St.Regis Names Signature Suite After Sir Winston Churchill
LL - The spacious two-storey suite was inaugurated in the presence of Randolph Churchill, the great grandson of the inspirational Prime Minister who led Britain to victory in WWII, and Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, chairman of Al Habtoor Group.
When you’re staying at the St. Regis you know for sure that the suite would hold meticulous attention to quality and detail. Extending the St. Regis legacy to Dubai, this lavish and luxurious hotel influenced by the beaux-arts architecture of the original St. Regis New York, brings to us the epitome in luxury in the form of a suite designed after Sir Winston Churchill.
Holding a strong connection with the Middle East, Churchill was responsible for the creation of a Middle East Department at the Foreign Office. The St. Regis Dubai is honoured to name their signature suite after him and present its guests a rare and refined opportunity to enjoy his art.
Fittingly designed to meet the discerning eye of Sir Winston Churchill, the three-bedroom 913 square metres suite, will house 15 paintings and art pieces mastered by Churchill himself, and a well maintained Cuban cigar that once belonged to him from the private collection of Chairman Khalaf Al Habtoor. The La Corona Cubano cigar, dated April 1949, was given by Sir Winston Churchill to Oscar C. Preuss, the manager of Parlophone Records. Housed in a ‘La Espana box’, the cigar has a Colorado claro wrapper with a special label bearing Churchill’s name.
Prices start from $ 20,420 for a one night stay in the Sir Winston Churchill Suite.