Neiman Marcus Closet: Another Wonderful Addition at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort

St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort has come up with an interesting idea, which will allow its guests to try out any dress, shoe or accessory in their own hotel room. The Miami resort has roped in Neiman Marcus for this personal shopping experience, which is called the Neiman Marcus Closet. Before the guests check in, they will be given a questionnaire and their room or suite will be filled with a selection of outfits or accessories based on their preferences. 

Neiman Marcus’ personal shopping team will use their expertise to select that perfect cocktail dress, or beautiful stiletto from their huge collection encompassing a 100 plus designers. After going through the collection sent to their room, the guests will have the choice of either buying whatever they liked or sending it back to the store through The St. Regis Butler. 

They will get three days to decide upon their purchase. Hence, guests will have the opportunity to update their wardrobe with the help of stylists without even going outside the comfort of their rooms.

The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort & Residences is leaving no stone unturned to make it the hottest luxury resort in Miami. Located just minutes away from South Beach, this 27 storey property houses 243 rooms and suites. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the resort has beautiful interiors with its antique mirroring, Chinese God Flower stone marble among several such beautiful touches. It has beautiful pools and relaxing cabanas, and an impressive Wine Vault containing 2,500 international vintages.
The resort has a great Butler Service, amazing restaurants including the J&G Grill, under the world-renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and the Reméde Spa, a 14,000 square foot abode for relaxation. The Neiman Marcus Closet will be an interesting addition to a wide range of services already available at St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort and Residences.
Via: Luxurytravelmagazine
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