A group of plates with dim sum options at The St. Regis Hong Kong

Foodies will be thrilled with the dining options at these hotels, including The St. Regis Hong Kong. (Photo: Marriott International)

Eat + Drink

Fine Dining for Discerning Foodies at These 6 Indulgent Hotels

Long gone are the days when hotel dining was a late-night, last-minute resort. Instead, hotels around the world have upped their offerings and made in-house meals a main attraction. You can get your fine dining fill at these exceptional hotel restaurants with fabulous menus and unmatched ambiences — and yes, they’re absolutely worth traveling for.  

As always, check for travel guidelines and closures before planning your trip. 

The St. Regis Hong Kong 

In the heart of historic Wan Chai, The St. Regis Hong Kong has serious design cred spread across its 27 stories. Curated by legendary local designer André Fu, its interiors are ultraelegant and inspired, just like its dining venues. The hotel’s restaurants, Rùn and L’Envol, each have an impressive two Michelin stars. 

At L’Envol, marble walls and chevron wood floors welcome guests to a master class in French cuisine. Only the finest ingredients, from Brittany pigeon to Hokkaido sea urchin, are paired with rare vintages.  

Downstairs, at Rùn, the team artfully serves traditional Cantonese dishes in an open, sophisticated space. Book a table for Rùn’s legendary dim sum lunch, but also save room for a themed afternoon tea in The Drawing Room, a sparkling, sun-filled eatery. 

Rabat Marriott Hotel 

A plate of food on a table
at Rabat Marriott Hotel 
Enjoy French-inspired menus at Rabat Marriott Hotel. (Photo: Marriott International)

Like an oasis in the desert, Rabat Marriott Hotel is a luxuriously relaxed getaway in the middle of Marrakech, Morocco. Here, there’s not one, but two, dining options inspired by the late, great chef Joël Robuchon. For lunch, sit down to gourmet bites ranging from finely prepared burgers to perfectly prepared coffee and croissants at Le Café Robuchon.  

After you’ve explored the city’s souks and ruins, head to Le Grill Robuchon, which is decked out in warm woods and stunning chandeliers. Here, a French-inspired menu in the spirit of Robuchon, the father of modern French cooking, includes dishes like lobster gnocchi and prime cuts of beef. 

When the resort’s palm-tree-strewn pool comes calling, sit back and enjoy fresh sushi from Uni. A massive selection of inventive rolls and fish tacos are as refreshing as they are flavorful.


Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel 

A person cutting food on a plate at Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel 
During a stay at Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel, find out why the city is a must-visit food destination. (Photo: Marriott International)

Much like the city itself, Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel is a center for colorful culture and endless options. When it comes to good vibes and even better eats, Terraço Jardins is the place to be.  

This signature restaurant serves all three meals plus weekend brunch in its light and airy garden-inspired dining room. From a massive photoworthy breakfast spread to traditional São Paulo favorites like grilled ancho steak, there’s something local and delicious for every palate. 

As the evening winds down, make your way to the Living Lounge Bar & Sushi. Tap your foot to some of the city’s best performers as fresh sashimi and fabulous cocktails hit the table. After  few bites here, you’ll see why São Paulo is one of the world’s great food destinations.


Le Méridien Hamburg 

Dining tables and chairs at Le Méridien Hamburg

Enjoy your meal with a view at Le Méridien Hamburg. (Photo: Marriott International)

Considered one of Germany’s most beautiful and livable cities, Hamburg is home to the smartly designed Le Méridien Hamburg, which brilliantly reflects the city’s cutting-edge charm.  

HERITAGE Restaurant & Rooftop Bar, the ninth-floor rooftop restaurant, is a citywide go-to with stunning views over Outer Alster Lake. Featured in the Michelin Guide, the eatery has palatial floor-to-ceiling windows and offers massive cuts of dry-aged steak cooked on a top-of-the-line charbroiler. And in a city named Hamburg, you can bet they take their meat seriously. 

The rooftop bar combines the best of Germany’s famous DJ scene with unbeatable views and unmissable cocktails. Local ingredients are blended to create an impressive variety of drinks, like the Madagaskar, made with gin, soursop fruit, lime, sugar and Champagne.


The St. Regis Atlanta 

The Garden Room at The St. Regis Atlanta
The Garden Room at The St. Regis Atlanta provides an ornate backdrop for brunch. (Photo: Marriott International)

Southern charm and timeless elegance personify The St. Regis Atlanta. From its Italian-inspired pool to its Michelin-starred restaurant, ATLAS, this hotel celebrates the finer things in life. 

Start the day here with pinkies up for a traditional Afternoon Tea at Astor Court or a brunch filled with all the best Southern classics at The Garden Room.  

Book a table at ATLAS for dinner, where the team has perfected the fine dining, farm-to-fork concept. Dishes like Kristal caviar on white asparagus and Westholme wagyu have earned ATLAS a coveted star.  

End the evening with a nightcap at The St. Regis Bar, where fireside whiskey and Southern hospitality warm the space.


The Historic Cavalier Hotel and Beach Club, Autograph Collection 

An old fashioned sitting atop a bar at The Historic Cavalier Hotel and Beach Club, Autograph Collection

Sip on an old fashioned at The Historic Cavalier Hotel and Beach Club, Autograph Collection. (Photo: Marriott International)

History and luxury are the perfect pairing at The Historic Cavalier Hotel and Beach Club, Autograph Collection, an iconic Virginia Beach hotel. After playing host to presidents and stars for decades, the property was upgraded with modern amenities. But don’t worry — it has kept its charm.  

The hotel’s standout restaurant, Becca, has warm wood furniture and striking natural light. Its garden-inspired menu, including fun and fresh dishes like chilled summer peach soup and signature crabcakes, make it one of Virginia Beach’s top restaurants for locals and guests. 

At The Hunt Room, a casual, rustic pub atmosphere inspired by hunting guests from decades ago draws people in for a deliciously warm meal. The Eastern Virginia Brunswick Stew and lobster mac and cheese are hearty must-tries.  

And no trip to The Cavalier would be complete without a visit to Tarnished Truth, the country’s only in-hotel distillery. Take a tour and try housemade bourbon from the barrel or a classic old-fashioned.