Two new Hong Kong hotel openings
Two hotels are opening up in Hong Kong this April, offering visitors new accommodation options to enjoy on a stay in this spectacular Asian city.
The Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong is set to open along the shoreline of Hung Hom Bay on 28 April, becoming the first hotel to open up on the Kowloon waterfront since 1995. The hotel is the fourth Hong Kong property of the luxury hotel group Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts and will be the city’s first urban resort. With 546 rooms, many with panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong island skyline, guests can enjoy access to a variety of facilities, all designed to seamlessly integrate with the surrounding environment. Visitors can dine in one of five restaurants each featuring outdoor terraces overlooking Victoria Harbour, plus take advantage of spa treatments and extensive fitness facilities, including a 25-metre outdoor infinity swimming pool.
Additionally, opening on 30 April, the new Disney Explorers Lodge will become Hong Kong Disneyland Resort’s third hotel, inviting guests to immerse themselves in the adventures of intrepid explorers. The seven-storey property has 750 hotel rooms, each featuring an open sea view or landscape view of one of four lush themed gardens. The gardens, which exemplify the cultures of Asia, South America, Africa and Oceania, are all named after characters from beloved Disney and Disney•Pixar animated films. They include the South American-themed Kevin Garden, named after the giant bird in Up, and the African Savannah-themed Rafiki Garden, named after The Lion King’s wise mandrill. As well as providing a place to stay within Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, the new property will offer a gateway to exploring all there is to see on Hong Kong’s Lantau Island, including fantastic shopping, cultural attractions and outdoor excursions.
For more information please visit discoverhongkong.com