The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, in partnership with renowned French glassmaker, LALIQUE introduce a series of exceptional luxury experiences for guests.
The St Regis Bal Harbour presents the most expensive macarons in the world at $9,703, a play on the resort’s address at 9703 Collins Avenue. The Crystal Macarons made with white tea, decorated with gold, rests on a cushion of sugar crystals and sit within an outstanding LALIQUE Dahlia-shaped crystal box that guests can take home as a keepsake. Included with purchase of the Crystal Macarons is an overnight stay at one of the new four-bedroom Sky Palace Suites, where the macarons are served with Afternoon Tea on one of the suite’s four oceanfront balconies.
As if the one-of-a-kind macarons were not enough, the resort has taken their partnership with the glassmaker a step further by developing a unique cocktail program consisting of three signature cocktails served in beautiful (take-home) LALIQUE glassware for $200 each. The three signature LALIQUE cocktails include, the Muses, inspired by the Sirènes Collection by LALIQUE & Terry Rodgers, and is made with Hayman’s 1850 Reserve Gin, fresh lemon, chamomile infused honey syrup, and raspberry. The Eternal, inspired by the Butterfly series: Hope, Love and Beauty by LALIQUE & Damien Hirst, and is made with Hendrix Gin, Elderflower liqueur, grapefruit bitters and fresh squeezed grapefruit juice. Finally, the Sensory Awareness, inspired by the GEO Collection by LALIQUE and Mario Botta, made with Hennessy VSOP, Busnel Calvados, Averna Amaro, a sweet hibiscus reduction tea and angostura bitters. As a special gift for The St. Regis Bal Harbour’s “regular guests“, LALIQUE will specially engrave their name into their glass, which will be kept at the bar and served exclusively for him/her when visiting.
The Ultimate Private Dining Experience
The St. Regis Bal Harbour rounds out the offerings with a rare dining experience. The resort’s highly skilled culinary team is able to create memorable, tailored private tastings or intimate dinners, with customized menus, Sommelier knowledge and Executive Chef Franck Stiegerwald’s presence in the resort’s private Wine Vault room. Complementing the already exquisite set-up is a series of unique, limited edition pieces by some of the world’s leading contemporary artists, foundations and designers, on loan from the LALIQUE Art Division.
For reservations or more information, visit www.stregisbalharbour.com