"Kowloon Shangri-La sits in the famous shopping and entertainment district of Tsim Sha Tsui East."
At the break of dawn, you awake to the gentle embrace of silky soft sheets. A night of perfect respite at Kowloon Shangri-La has invigorated your senses.
Remembering the romantic views of Victoria Harbour by night, you soak in its sunny morning scene. The gentle, warm sunlight streams in through the floor-to-ceiling windows of the most spacious of rooms in Hong Kong. You feel the draw of Kowloon. But first, a hearty buffet breakfast. On your way to Café Kool, you walk past the Michelin two-star Shang Palace. You look forward to savouring its Cantonese specialities, but also resolve to make time for the delicate Japanese cuisine at Nadaman and the seductive Italian classics at Angelini. Whatever you choose, it will be an unforgettable culinary journey. The moment you step out into Kowloon, your adventure begins. The day passes too fast. By sunset, you find yourself scouting for bargains at Kowloon's Temple Street Market, one of Hong Kong’s most popular retail streets. As the day winds down, you find yourself along the waterfront, taking a scenic stroll back to the hotel. Night lights accentuate the breathtaking beauty of the promenade and the stunning skyline. The magic in the air is palpable, irresistible. And the enchantment all began at Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong.
The hotel has 688 of the city’s largest and most elegantly appointed guestrooms and suites. Decorated with contemporary art, marble bathrooms, soothing earth-tone fabrics and sleek furnishings, all rooms have floor-to-ceiling bay windows featuring sweeping views of world famous Victoria Harbour or the Hong Kong city skyline and the stunning lights of the city.
The experienced staff at Kowloon Shangri-La cater to the needs of guests by providing an extensive range of services and facilities.
- Indoor pool
- 24-hr business centre
- Free WiFi
- Conference facilities
- City shuttle
- Taxi/limo service
- Foreign exchange
At Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong, the exquisite restaurants and bars make dining truly enjoyable. Savour the delicate tastes of award-winning Japanese cuisine at Nadaman, enjoy Italian classics at Angelini or indulge in Cantonese specialities at Shang Palace. For international dining, head to the generous buffets at Café Kool, which features food from around the globe along with some of Hong Kong’s finest desserts. For a glass of wine and light snacks, there is no better place in Hong Kong than the hotel’s Tapas Bar. And, at the end of the day, retire to the refined elegance of Lobby Lounge, where an unparalleled selection of drinks and cocktails help close a day of meetings or sightseeing.
Kowloon's subtropical climate means that winters are generally mild and summers are hot and humid. The peak time to visit is between October to the end of December, when temperatures comfortably arm and sunny and nights are pleasantly cool. The months of January through early March are cold and rainy, and March and April are very changeable. May to September sees hot, humid weather with plenty of rain, and the city is at risk of typhoons.
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