Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong | Hong Kong | If Only

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Known for its legendary warmth and friendly smiles, Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong, is filled with decorative pieces including the impressive "Great Motherland of China", a 16-storey landscape silk painting deemed the largest in the world and a 140-year-old Banyan tree. From the soaring views and French cuisine of Restaurant Petrus to the friendly international ambience of cafe TOO, and the two Michelin starred Summer Palace, dining options are difficult to resist.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 565 Rooms



Accommodation at Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong provides award-winning comfort for every traveller. Appointed with Asian-accented European furnishings, all rooms and suites command magnificent views of the city, the Peak or Victoria Harbour. The spacious rooms and suites are furnished with modern amenities and each has a well-defined seating area.



Savour an evening cocktail at Lobster Bar and Grill before sampling the innovative dining menu. The bar features live performances six nights a week and signature dishes from the experienced chef. Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong has established the first Nadaman Restaurant outside of Japan, which features separate teppanyaki, sushi and a la carte dining areas. Perched high above the city with breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour, Restaurant Petrus epitomises the highest standard of excellence in French cuisine, and at the two Michelin star, Summer Palace, Chef Ip Chi Cheung presents the best of Cantonese cuisine with award-winning culinary flair. The restaurant offers authentic Cantonese and seasonal favourites in a setting that evokes the grandeur of old China.



The health club is equipped with a gym and swimming pool. Get your heart pumping with a personal training session or slow down and stretch out in one of the hotel's yoga classes.



Relax and rejuvenate in the hotel's health club. The whirlpools, steam room and sauna can soothe tired muscles after a day's sightseeing. Skilled therapists are available offering a range of relaxing massages, facials and body treatments.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Hong Kong International Airport


Approximately 30 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport


This 24/7 destination is great to visit at any time of year, but summer temperatures can make things hot and humid (it also the wettest time of year). October to December is considered the best time to visit but avoid Chinese national holidays and large conventions as hotel prices can be high.



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