Kowloon Shangri-La Hong Kong

Address: 64 Mody Road, Hong Kong, China | 5 star hotel
 
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located in the 尖沙咀 area of Hong Kong, is near Hong Kong Museum of History, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong Science Museum, and Clock Tower.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsKowloon Shangri-La Hong Kong

          Reviewed by kwdestinations

          Now this the way to travel - wonderful last stop hotel

          Reviewed Jun 1, 2015
          by (15 reviews) San Diego , United States Flag of United States

          Another of fabulous hotels on this trip. Rooms with harbor views, well cleaned glass to take pictures through, tea presented in rooms, turn down service as others, breakfast fantasatic selection....a visit around the world of breakfast items. Lobby elegant and luxurious. Serivce is 6 star!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Reviewed by tizwoz

          One of the best city hotels

          Reviewed Mar 6, 2015
          by (34 reviews) Sutton , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          An excellent hotel with good lobby and bar with live music. Initially we were upset as there was a damp brown patch on our carpet. Hoewever when we complained we were instantly moved from the 9th to the 15th floor. An excellent large room with harbour view. Tea & coffee making in the room but a nice touch is that we were presented with a pot of tea and fruit basket in the room. The staff are very pleasant and helpful. The bar lady even gave us 2 lemons to have with our morning tea. I would certainly return to this hotel.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Reviewed by storylady7

          Day one

          Reviewed May 26, 2014
          by (3 reviews) Jupiter, FL , United States Flag of United States

          Beautiful view overlooking Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island.

          Dinner in our robes!
          Hong Kong, China
          Our first home away from home
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          Reviewed by lucys.adventure

          Wow

          Reviewed Jun 1, 2013
          by (3 reviews) Eastleigh , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Stunning 5* hotel, staff were extremely helpful, room and all communal areas were excellent and spotless, great facilities, great location, and great food and cocktails!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Reviewed by utopieye

          Exquisite Amenities and Hospitality make this a true Shangri-La

          Reviewed Nov 7, 2011
          by (1 review) Los Angeles , United States Flag of United States

          Shangri-la Kowloon has a world class staff who are diligent, efficient, polite and absurdly pleasant. The lobby is impressive and fragrant and the restaurants were magnificent. The rooms are very comfortable and come with a good amount of complimentaries; fresh fruit daily, bottled water, oolong tea. The rain shower head makes for a pleasant shower and the location is very close to central transportation. Not sure if I'd pay $2600US to stay 5 nights there though...but for free it was extraordinary!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Historical Traveler Reviews Kowloon Shangri-La Hong Kong

          Unbelievable

          from

          Probably the best experience ever. Bought a full price club floor room as it included airport transport and late check out (as well as free laundry). Got to airport after 12 hour flight at 9am, went straight to hotel desk in airport. Whisked to a nearly new Mercedes S-Class. Water and cold towels. Straight to Kowloon. Car door opened by man with clipboard. "Welcome to Kowloon Shangri-La Mr+Mrs Wright - please follow me". Escorted to Club Floor check in on 21st floor I think - no delay. Checked in and in bed for top-up sleep by 10am. Up at 1pm excellent corner room with fantastic harbour view. Only equalled by Island Shangri-La. We have stayed in many top hotels - this was the best. Even got a voucher for a further free stay as we had paid top dollar.

          Great Hotel but watch out for the phone fee

          from

          I recently stayed here for two nights on a business trip. The rooms are huge, with amenities aplenty (lavender shampoo, remote control cutains, free bottled water!). The Kool Cafe on the mezzanine has a good breakfast (skip the buffet and order a la carte), the lobby is spacious and comfortable.

          The staff are about as attentive as any I've even seen. My bags practically got to my room before I did, the "welcome tea" was close behind. I never had to open a door and everyone behind the reception desk adressed me by name when I appeared.

          A few complaints - 1) the area around the hotel (tsim sha tsui) is undergoing a lot of constuction, which makes walking around rather inconvenient. Normally the location of the hotel is perfect for exploring (near the mtr and the ferry).

          2) a fee of $HK20 (about $4 US) is added onto every phone call you make from your hotel room, even if you use a calling card. This is a huge annoyance especially for a business person who needs to make a lot of calls.

          Tired

          from

          we have stayed at shangri las all, over asia this was the worst not friendly staff tied place only good thing is the location for the money look elsewhere brissy couple, qld, australia

          Mixed Views

          from

          This is a lovely hotel with a great location, but I am sorry to say I think it was a little pricey considering the location of other hotels. Staff were very nice and I cannot fault the view in my room after I asked for an upgrade which was a little difficult to get. I think if I stayed again I would insist on a river view or go to another hotel. I am being picky as this still is a lovely hotel.

          Wonderful

          from

          We stayed 5 nights on vacation in March 2005 in an executive harbour view room. We had paid "only" £126 per night and feared the room would be small - a common feature of Hong Kong hotels according to our guide book. Instead we found ourselves in a wonderfully large, luxuriously appointed room with a fantastic view of the harbour (only available on the Kowloon side). We arrived at close to midnight but the check-in was faultless and the concierge attentive. We were also presented with a complimentary tea and fruit bowl. Complimentary water and tea/coffee facilities were provided each night The sumptuous hotel lounge offers great, if expensive, drinks with nightly entertainment . The hotel is located away from the frenetic tourist streets - for which we were thankful - but is still very convenient for the main attractions and excellent public rail network. The Shangri-La is of the best luxury hotels we have stayed in (and at our age we have tried a few) - and a bargain at the price. Very strongly recommended.

          Absolutely fantasic hotel, what views!

          from

          We have just returned from our trip to Hong Kong as part of our honeymoon. We were staying over the Chinese new year celebrations and were lucky enough to have harbour view room which is an absolute must have in this hotel. The room was wonderful, floor to ceiling window with very high quality finishes. On new years eve we had a window table in their Napa Restaurant with birds eye views of their incredible firework displays.

          The staff at the hotel were very attentive and its location very good for all manners of Hong Kongs transport systems. Live classy music in the lobby everyday made your return to the hotel very welcoming. Their little touch in the lifts, where each day the mats were changed with the correct day of the week to remind you what day it was, was very nice particularly when you have a little jet lag!

          It made a very memorable part of our honeymoon and will certainly be returning in the very near future.

          Great location, great views

          from

          We stayed at Kowloon Shangri la for 4 night just after Xmas 03.

          The hotel is in a great location - only a couple of minutes walk fronm the high speed ferry to HK island and 15 minutes walk to Star Ferry and Nathon Road area.

          Our room was spacious and comfortable with a huge picture window giving breathtaking views of HK harbour - this was worth the trip on it's own.

          Big soacious marble bathroom and all mod cons. Attentive and friendly staff and decent range of restaurants and nice bar area mad this a greta experience. We would definatly stay here again on return to HK and would highly ereccomend it. We can be a bit picky and hard to please but we thought it was one of (of not the) best hotels we have stayed in.

          Fantastic Hotel

          from

          We stayed here as part of our honeymoon in the Far East. Awesome harbour view room with full floor to ceiling panoramic view of the harbour. This is definitely the best side to stay on as the view is much better from Kowloon. Very centrally located - few minutes walk to the Star Ferry and Underground. Plenty of good restaurants within 10 mins walk. Room was huge plus one of best bathrooms I've ever seen. Fantastic lobby - extremely helpful concierge and doormen. Couldn't fault this hotel, would definitely stay here again. They even change the carpets in the lifts every morning to say what day of the week it is - nice touch when you're on holiday and lose track of the days!!

          One of the best in Kowloon

          from

          Although not as perfect as the Island Shangri-La, it is definitely one of the best hotel I have been to and my favourite when in HK. The view on the harbour is stunning. The service is wonderful and rooms have everything you may wish to make your staying the most comfortable possible. The Chinese restuarant at the lower lobby is said to be one of the best in HK. I quite agree.

          Breathtaking Views!

          from

          Very plush, beautiful decor, super service. They upgraded us to a harbour view..totally stunning with large floor to ceiling picture windows. Not cheap! We had an argument over a room service bill on which they failed to honour one of their own special offers! We won in the end but it took some badgering to get them to alter our bill! The view is worth the money and it's within easy walking distance of Nathan Road.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Kowloon Shangri-La Hong Kong

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

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          A travel blog entry by irmenjoop on Oct 28, 2015

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          Toch is het gek hè, het is net of je kleren uitzetten
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          A travel blog entry by irmenjoop on Oct 30, 2015

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          Vandaag gaan we met de Star Ferry veerboot naar Central Hong Kong. Lekker even uitwaaien en als we uitstappen, komen we terecht in een soort Hoog Catherijne, maar dan tig keer zo groot. Je kunt naar …

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          A travel blog entry by irmenjoop on Oct 29, 2015

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          Ontbijt, een enorme zaal met aan twee kanten buffet en heel druk; goed onthouden waar je je tafeltje hebt. De lobby van het hotel is ook heel druk met veel reuring; dit is een totaal ander China dan dat we hebben gezien. Het is heel westers maar er wordt wel veel Chinees gesproken, dus je waant je toch nog wel een beetje in China. Dit gebied werd …

          Time for Chinese

          A travel blog entry by jack.briggs53 on Jun 19, 2015

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          Today, was the day. The day both myself and Dan were to begin our highly anticipated journey. Off we went from Manchester, en route to Hong Kong, China. Our excitement was ***********tain during takeoff; especially as we had both had a bit to drink and were rather squiffy. However, boredom soon took its toll on us, and our …

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