Shangri-La to Open Kerry Hotel Hong Kong in December 2016

Shangri-La has confirmed that it will open its fourth hotel in Hong Kong on Kowloon’s vibrant waterfront in December 2016.

Offering sweeping views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong Island skyline, the 545-room Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong will begin taking room reservations in September.

Over 60% of the guestrooms at the 16-storey waterfront hotel in Hung Hom Bay feature harbour views, with rooms ranging from 42 square metres for a Deluxe City View Room to 294 square metres for Kerry Hotel’s rooftop suite.

The hotel will have five restaurants and bars, including a vibrant food marketplace with ten concepts that incorporate modern and traditional culinary techniques. Alfresco dining options will feature unobstructed views of the harbour and Hong Kong skyline.

Hong Kong’s newest hotel will have some of the largest meeting, event and catering facilities in the city. In addition to the 1,756-square-metre Grand Ballroom that seats 1,030 people banquet style, the hotel has 17 flexible meeting venues that can accommodate from 30 to 660 people, plus indoor and outdoor areas perfect for high-impact creative events.

 Other hotel facilities include The Club Lounge, a 25-metre outdoor swimming pool, 24-hour fitness centre and select retail shops.

“People no longer look just for accommodation and dining facilities in a hotel. They desire a holistic destination that satisfies a variety of needs while at the same time provides a sense of belonging and connection to the community,” said Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong General Manager, Nicholas Smith. “With its extensive amenities and outlets, spectacular views and vibrant ambiance, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong will become a favourite waterfront destination for both Hong Kong residents and visitors.”

The hotel will be seamlessly connected to the rest of Hong Kong via ferry, MTR, a bus interchange station and taxi and limousine services.

The Hung Hom Ferry Pier is located at its doorstep and Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong is within short walking distance to the Tsim Sha Tsui East shopping district.

Source: http://www.asiatraveltips.com/

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