Shangri-La’s Kerry Hotel set to open in Hong Kong in April

by James Wilkinson

Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong, the fourth hotel by Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts in Hong Kong, is on target to open in April 2017 with reservations now open for the 546-room property.

Standing at 16 storeys on Hung Hom Bay, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong rises to be the latest icon on the Kowloon skyline, animating the waterfront and promenade with design excellence, and embracing the neighbourhood with activities and lifestyle enjoyment.

Designed by internationally acclaimed interior designer Andre Fu, the hotel offers 546 rooms and suites, with the majority commanding incredible views. Designed to pamper guests with pure comfort and understated luxury, each room is fitted with floor to ceiling windows showcasing the magnificent Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong skyline. Guests have the option of upgrading to The Club privileges, which include personalised services and exclusive facilities.

Shangri-La says Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong aims to “build a vibrant hub where visitors and locals feel welcome and find many intuitive touches”.

“With the most spacious hotel meeting space, expansive alfresco venues, wellness facilities, and trendsetting food and beverage concepts, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong is about more ideas, more fun and more room for life,” the company says.

“It is an experience of relaxed indulgence, approachable luxury and an integration of modern business, leisure travel, wellness and local knowledge.”

The hotel is seamlessly connected to the rest of Hong Kong via MTR, ferry, a bus interchange station, taxi and limousine services, and only a short distance from the Tsim Sha Tsui East shopping district and attractions.