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Sitting in the famous Tsim Sha Tsui east district, overlooking Victoria Harbour, Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong is perfectly located for exploring the city.
A modern black glass exterior leads to the hotel lobby, with its striking mural of Tibetan mountains, three-tiered white marble waterfall and the renowned welcome of the hotel staff - immediately conveying a sense of calm and sanctuary on Kowloon's waterfront.
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Kowloon Shangri-La is home to some of the city’s largest and most elegantly furnished guestrooms and suites. Contemporary art, marble bathrooms and fine linens are complemented with floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of Victoria Harbour or Hong Kong’s metropolitan skyline.
New world wines served with international tapas and entrancing views of Victoria Harbour are on offer at Tapas Bar, while in a down-to-earth and informal atmosphere and set against the backdrop of Victoria Harbour, Angelini delivers stylish Italian cuisine. Dine on innovative Japanese dishes in the elegant main room or get close to the chefs at the teppanyaki grill and sushi bar in Nadaman. Or luxuriate in the ornate décor and Cantonese specialities that evoke the grandeur of traditional China at Shang Palace, the hotel’s two Michelin star restaurant.
The Health Club has state-of-the-art fitness equipment and facilities, supported by a team of trained and experienced staff. The hotel also offers an indoor swimming pool with badujets, sauna, steam bath, Jacuzzi, and solarium.
Choose from a range of relaxing therapies including aromatherapy, massage and reflexology, ideal to ease aching muscles after a day in the city.
Two Michelin star restaurant
Ideally located for shopping and sightseeing
A sanctuary in the city
Hong Kong International Airport
Approximately 35 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.