"The iconic masterpiece of the Island Shangri-La soars high above the heart of Hong Kong."
Drawn heavenwards, your eyes trace the 56 storeys of Island Shangri-La, a luxurious tower overlooking the city’s most prestigious shopping, cultural and business addresses. Within this urban sanctuary are remarkable treasures waiting to be discovered. Step inside with anticipation.
In the atrium, the arresting 'Great Motherland of China', the largest Chinese landscape silk painting in the world, is grand and inspiring. It almost stops time; you do not realize how long you were held by its artistry. But the wonders never cease here. When you step into Lobby Lounge for a quick drink, the 130-year-old Banyan Tree holds your gaze. This had cost 24 million HKD to conserve and is a unique artefact in this bustling metropolis that lets nothing stand in its way.
Known for its legendary warmth and friendly smiles, Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong, is home to 565 spacious rooms and luxurious suites. Exquisitely appointed with Asian-accented European furnishings, all rooms and suites command magnificent views of the city, the Peak or Victoria Harbour. Akin to a luxurious sanctuary, accommodations at Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong, provide award-winning comfort for every traveller to this electrifying city.
The experienced staff at Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong, cater to the needs of guests by providing an extensive range of services and facilities. The hotel has attained fame for its health and wellness facilities where guests can regain their energy and rejuvenate their bodies.
- Health club
- Swimming pool
- Steam rooms
- Hair salon
- Beauty treatments
Honoured by Condé Nast Traveler as one of the best hotels in the world for dining, Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong, presents some of the finest restaurants in Hong Kong. From the soaring views and French cuisine of Restaurant Petrus to the friendly international ambience of cafe TOO, you’ll find the tempting dining options hard to resist. The Lobby Lounge features an elegant tropical ambience for meetings and gatherings, while Waterside Terrace offers refreshing drinks and snacks amid the verdant greenery of Victoria Peak.
The climate of Hong Kong is sub-tropical, with temperatures reaching above 30°C in summer but dropping below 10°C in winter. The coolest months are mid-December through February, when conditions are mainly cloudy and cold but dry. During the months of March through May temperatures and rainfall increase dramatically, and there is little sunshine. The months of June to mid-September see the highest temperatures and rainfall, so conditions are incredibly humid. Perhaps the best time to visit would be in autumn, between mid-September and December, when temperatures are moderate, skies are clear and the sun shines.
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