Island Shangri-La Hong Kong

Posted On March 22, 2011 

With more than 500 master pieces of art, Viennese chandeliers, creative arrangement of flowers, and lavish Tai Ping carpets; Island Shangri-La Hong Kong is the best hotel for a visually striking experience coupled with comfort as well as convenience. Regarded as the region’s tallest hotel, this is the supreme luxurious retreat that even has the power to beat the towering majesties of London. So, it is definitely worth a stay and an experience to relish!

Among all the comforts and visuals, the most striking feature of the Island Shangri-La Hong Kong is the 17-storey atrium wherein you can explore a 16-story painting showcasing the talent of 40 Beijing artists, big library, and private lounge. By the way, this painting is regarded as the biggest landscape art on this planet.

And if you choose to stay in this wealthy asset, you will also get the benefit of exploring some attractions on foot – Pacific Place, Hong Kong Park, Exhibition and Convention Center, and shopping centers of Causeway Bay.


At the Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, 565 guest rooms are rightly perched in the atrium and that each of them ensure great scenes of the splendid Victoria Harbor as well as of the Peak. Based on these vistas, two room types are on offer here: Horizon Peak View and Deluxe Harbor View. No matter which you choose, all are 100% non-smoking! In addition, each room offers TV, telephones, pay movies, direct-dial phones, high-speed Internet access, DVD/CD players, trouser, desk, cribs, video game consoles on request, rollaway beds on request, printers with fax, fruit as welcome amenity, fresh flowers, premium bedding, hypo-allergenic bedding, AC, climate control, complimentary newspaper and breakfast, curtains, voice mail, free local calls, coffee/tea maker, refrigerator, housekeeping, complimentary bottled water, turndown service, in-room childcare (surcharge), hair dryer, mirror, slippers, sewing kit, iron/ironing board, electronic/magnetic keys, safe, and bathrooms with bidets, TV, weight scales, sinks, bathrobes, designer toiletries, and tub/shower areas.


• Limo or Town Car service  • Air-conditioned public areas  • Parking (surcharge) • Babysitting or child care • Airport transportation (surcharge)  • Coffee shop or café  • 5 Restaurants  • 24-hour room service

• Ballroom(s)  • Lounge  • 24-hour front desk  • Safe-deposit box – front desk • Event catering  • Business center/services

• Multiple conference/meeting rooms  • Audio-visual equipment  • Concierge desk  • Security guard  • Exhibit space  • Secretarial services  • Technology helpdesk/Tour assistance • Translation services • Doorman/doorwoman  • Banquet facilities  • Currency exchange • Dry cleaning/laundry service  • Elevator/lift  • Computer and cell phone/mobile rentals • Express check-in and check-out • Multilingual staff • Porter/bellhop • Gift shops  • Medical aid


• Swimming pool (on eight level)  • Jacuzzi  • Steam room  • Beauty services • Sauna, spa tub, and spa treatment room(s)  • Outdoor swimming pool  • Hair salon  • Video library

• Fitness center with weights, cycles, and treadmills  • Racquetball/squash, tennis, volleyball, running track/path, aerobics, golfing, Pilates/Yoga classes/instruction, and playground nearby


The Restaurant Petrus is an expert in serving modern French cuisine, especially tantalizing vegetarian menu at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. And yes, you also enjoy the vistas of the outside harbor. By the way, this is an award-winning eatery, which was grabbed Michelin two-star rating. This restaurant prescribes jackets as its dress code that matches with its casual ambiance.

Next is the Summer Palace, another Michelin starred eatery, serving pure Cantonese items including the mouth watering vegetarian dishes during lunch as well as dinner. If you wish to have pure Japanese cuisine, head off to the Nadaman restaurant that is run by the Japanese chefs who prepare delicious sushi for lunch as well as a la carte dinner. This is where you will find different zones for dining – Sushi area and private room. And yes, above all, the seven-leveled floor-to-ceiling windows have good vistas for you.

On the same 7th floor is the cafe TOO with several cooking areas for international experience with salads as well as desserts served from morning until late. For some chocolates, tea, breads, sandwiches, and fresh pastries; Island Gourmet is the bets place to be on level five.


From $584.
Free for kids below 11.

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