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Kerry Hotel Hong Kong – the Pinnacle of Luxury in the Heart of Hong Kong

The first new build hotel to open on the Kowloon waterfront in over two decades, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong is the city’s first urban resort for visitors and local residents, offering an unparalleled array of dining options, leisure activities, business and meeting services, and wellness programs.

Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong brings a dynamic approach to hospitality to the shores of Victoria Harbour.

Set on Hung Hom Bay, the 16-storey hotel was conceived by renowned interior designer Andre Fu and award winning architect Rocco Design. Famed for his innovative approach to hospitality projects, Fu has created an “urban resort,” emphasising light and space within Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong.

AFFLUENT’s General Manager Catherine Ng was regaled by the luxurious hotel during her stay.

“Spectacular indoor and outdoor spaces that offers sweeping views of Victoria Harbour from our premier room and the Hong Kong island Skyline, club access throughout with wonderful spread for breakfast, afternoon tea and cocktails in the evening. Most importantly, the hotel staff service is impeccable,” gleams Catherine.

The design takes full advantage of its waterfront setting with a multi-level podium space with extensive elevated outdoor landscaped gardens that connect seamlessly to the hotel’s public leisure areas.

Over 1,000 pieces of art can be found throughout the property, many of which were specially commissioned for the hotel from leading Asian contemporary artists.

Over 60 percent of the hotel’s 546 guestrooms feature panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong Island skyline.

Rooms start at 42 square metres and range up to 294 square metres for the impressive Presidential Suite. The views and space are complemented by a full range of services including Internet Protocol Television with complimentary videos on demand and complimentary mini bar choices upon arrival. An e-concierge attends to guests’ needs both inside and outside of the hotel.

Catherine also praised the hotel’s tranquility, despite its busy location, “it’s really relaxed environment; definitely one of its kind and never experienced anything like this before.”

The Club offers guests a 300-square-metre lounge with a comprehensive offering of personalised services and amenities. Unique to Hong Kong, all of the hotel’s five restaurants and bars include both indoor and outdoor space overlooking Victoria Harbour. The Lobby Lounge serves Hong Kong comfort food and nostalgic classics in a relaxed environment for afternoon tea and evening cocktails. Hung Tong takes inspiration from the heritage of the Hung Hom neighbourhood and creates a modern experience of Chinese cuisine in a setting that plays homage to the area’s industrial past as a shipping yard.

Guests at the bar, Red Sugar, enjoy 270-degree views of the harbour and Hong Kong’s skyline from an expansive wraparound terrace. Seven individual pavilions greet diners at the all-day dining restaurant Big Bay Café, offering up a variety of international cuisines. Grab n’ Go Cart at Big Bay Cafe’s entrance offers fresh pastries, deluxe sandwiches and premium coffee for takeaway.

Dockyard brings a wide array of international culinary talents under one roof in a food market hall. Diners can select offerings from ten different kitchens to sample Indian fusion dishes, Korean snacks, Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches, Thai street food, and Hong Kong noodles.

The famed Tsim Sha Tsui East shopping district is within short walking distance. The fourth hotel from Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts in Hong Kong, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong brings an inclusive and modern approach to luxury hospitality. A vibrant hub for the city’s residents and guests, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong seamlessly integrates business, leisure, wellness and local knowledge.

For more information, please go to http://www.shangri-la.com/hongkong/kerry/about/.

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