Shangri-La to unveil new Hong Kong property in December

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts will unveil its fourth Hong Kong property in December this year, the 545-room Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong, which will boast the largest ballroom space in the city.

Shangri-La to unveil new Hong Kong property in December
Shangri-La to unveil new Hong Kong property in December

The 16-storey hotel will be located on Hong Kong’s popular Kowloon waterfront area and will offer a variety of indoor and outdoor space with impressive views across the city.

More than 60% of its rooms will have harbour views, including the 294sqm rooftop suite and its five restaurants and bars.


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The hotel’s ballroom space will be the city’s largest with a total of 1,756sqm seating up to 1,030 people banquet style. A further 17 meeting spaces can accommodate groups from 30 to 660.

The opening marks the hotel group’s third property under its five-star Kerry Hotels brand, which aims to attract modern business travellers through the latest food and beverage trends, stylish designs and a focus on guests' lifestyle needs.

The Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong will begin to take reservations from September 2016.

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