Weddings at The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur: Where Modern-Day Luxury meets Old-World Elegance

Located in the prestigious KL Sentral, The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur is set in one of the most romantic neighbourhoods in the city.

Boasting sweeping views of the vibrant capital, Lake Gardens and key landmarks like the National Museum and House of Parliament, the panoramic view is just one of the many reasons why couples want to get wed at this venue.

Pictured: The Grand Ballroom

Its chic interiors, plush furnishings and classy ambience are perfectly accompanied with graceful service, pampering treatments and exquisite cuisine.

If you are in search of a sophisticated and luxurious wedding venue for your celebration, The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur checks off our list.

Here’s what’s in store for you at The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur for your big day.

1. A sophisticated wedding venue

The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur’s Grand Ballroom is inspired by the opulence and grandeur of the highly respectable Mrs Caroline Astor’s Patriarch Balls during the Gilded Age.

Fun fact: You’d only be able to receive an invitation to her parties if you were one of “The 400” or “The Patriarchs”.

Pictured: The Grand Ballroom

The interiors are decked with custom-made Calacatta marble door panels, Austrian crystal chandeliers, and signature diamond patterns, creating a grand ambience for your wedding banquet.

To complete your ballroom experience, The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur offers the exclusive use of the Bridal Salon.

Pictured: Bridal Salon at The St. Regis | Image by Marie Stella

Located on the same floor as the Ballroom, brides and grooms get a dedicated space for wedding preparations, gown changes, and even a refreshing area to enjoy a little private time when you need it.

Pictured: Bridal Salon at The St. Regis | Image by Marie Stella

The salon also provides a live video feed of the ballroom so you can stay connected to the event and ensure everything is running smoothly.

Exuding luxury at every turn, the experience is whole with The St. Regis service: the events team serves couples with meticulous and personalised service to help bring their dream wedding to life.

Pictured: Meticulously assembled wedding favours

Each wedding package also comes with a bevy of entitlements: St. Regis wedding favours, a decorative wedding cake for your cake cutting ceremony, a bottle of champagne, free flow of The St. Regis mocktail, a food tasting menu for 10 persons, exquisite centrepieces and flower arrangements, one VIP parking space, special room rates for loved ones, usage of audio and visual equipment.

The package comprises a minimum of 50 tables and starts at MYR399+ per person.

Pictured: Private Dining Room at The Brasserie

Ballroom aside, The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur houses other event spaces for you to host more private and intimate events. Check out the floor plan and capacity chart here.

2. Avant-garde technology for a surreal experience

Though its interiors are inspired by olden day grandeur, its tech fittings are certainly futuristic.

Straying away from the traditional ballroom functions, each ballroom comes with the world’s first LED-seamless projection system that enables the complete transformation of your venue into any setting.

Pictured: LED video wall projection in The Grand Ballroom

The LED video wall projection system runs along each wall, creating a panoramic digital display to immerse guests in virtual reality.

You and your guests get to feel transported into an entirely different realm; it’s an enigmatically surreal experience that you and your guests will remember for years to come.

3. Elegant & luxurious interiors

Needless to say, one of the most outstanding features of The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur is its breathtaking and opulent interiors.

The sparkling high-rise building opens its doors to reveal swanky interiors that combine contemporary glamour with vintage sophistication.

Pictured: The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur lobby area

The lobby possesses a magnificent towering ceiling and showcases impressive Austrian crystals, gleaming chandeliers as well as hand-made Italian gold tiles.

Exquisite details such as horse-hair leather panels, saddle stitch and stirrup motifs, are a hat tip to the Astor family’s love for Polo.

Named after the founding family, the Astor Bar features one of the largest guest rooms available.

Pictured: Astor Bar

Here, guests will be able to roam the halls embellished with glamour walls, plush furnishings, and subtle details that pay tribute to the Astors’ lavish lifestyle and passions.

4. Indulgent accommodation

The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur houses a total of 208 rooms that belong to either the three room types (Deluxe, Grand Deluxe, Metropolitan Room) or five suite types (St. Regis Suite, Caroline Astor Suite, John Jacob Astor Suite, Presidential Suite, Royal Suite).

Pictured: John Jacob Astor Suite Living Area

All rooms utilise a fresh yet neutral colour palette comprising cream, grey and teal.

The suites are expansive and incredibly luxurious. Each room had floor-to-ceiling windows, ensuring an abundance of natural light and awe-inspiring views.

Pictured: St. Regis Suite – Bedroom

Each room features a gorgeous swish marble bathroom that comes with a host of amenities. Extra pampering comes with the signature butler service, too.

Pictured: St. Regis Suite Bathroom

Wedding packages come with a complimentary stay in The St. Regis Suite, with in-suite breakfast for two and late check-out at 3pm.

The 138 sqm suite is split into a living room furnished with a study desk, a dining table, a spacious walk-in wardrobe, a well-lit vanity table and a beautiful bathroom with a rain shower, huge bathtub and stocked with Remède amenities.

It even has an en-suite massage room for you to enjoy the ultimate in-room spa service without having to leave your suite!

Pictured: The Signature Mini Bar Trunk

The room comes with a St. Regis Mini Bar Trunk, which is so generously stocked that it looks more like a pantry.

For added convenience, if you want to stay close to family, The St. Regis suite can even be expanded into 2-bedroom units with an adjoining Deluxe Room.

5. Personalised attention with 24-hour butler service

Experiencing the legendary St. Regis butler service will undoubtedly be one of the most unforgettable parts of your stay.

Pictured: Exterior shot of The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur

Unlike any other butler service you’ll experience, the staff even helps you with your packing and unpacking.

Discrete, personalised and anticipatory, it is at St. Regis where you get to experience service and hospitality that is unmatched.

Image by via Unsplash

No matter how extravagant or simplistic your needs may be – whether it is to make a dining reservation at one of the popular restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, to set up a romantic afternoon itinerary for you or arrange for transportation – the butlers of St. Regis are always helpful in attending to requests.

Also included is complimentary daily pressing and in-room morning coffee and tea.

6. Days filled with dining pleasures

The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur is home to 6 distinct restaurant and bar venues where you can indulge in fine dining.

The hotel focuses on providing a memorable gourmet experience created by a team of skilful chefs.

Pictured: The Brasserie

During your stay at The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur, kickstart your food adventure with an eclectic dining experience at The Drawing Room.

Wake up each morning to enjoy breakfast at The Brasserie and for lunch, a selection of seductive fusions of French and Mediterranean cuisine.

Pictured: Astor Bar

Fresh sushi and authentic Japanese cuisine are available at Taka by Sushi Saito by three-Michelin star chef Takashi Saito or head over to Ginza Tenkuni for some delicious edo-style tempura.

Wind down the day at Astor Bar and Decanter, where you can select from an extensive menu of wine, whisky and champagne.

Premium cigars are also available and can be booked for exclusive wine-tasting sessions.

Pictured: Crystal rooftop bar

Alternatively, head to the 6th-floor rooftop bar, Crystal, where you can enjoy refreshing drinks while lounging at the pool.

This article was written for The Wedding Vow Singapore.