The first hotel to be completed entirely by Hong Kong-born designer Andre Fu, the Kerry Hotel in Hong Kong is the epitome of style and class
From Hong Kong staycations to 5-Star Spas and decadent dinner buffets, hotels in the city offer a wonderful selection of luxurious amenities for both guests and locals to enjoy. Overlooking the crystal clear waters of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong Island skyline, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong oozes luxury to match this spectacular scenery, making it the perfect place to unwind. Dine at a restaurant under the stars, enjoy a cocktail by the bar or take a dip in the infinity pool. Sounds like a dream? It doesn’t have to be anymore.
Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong
#ICYMI we went over to Kerry Hotel Hong Kong recently to take a peek at the region's newest hot accommodation. Take a look at the infinity pool!
Posted by Honeycombers Hong Kong on Wednesday, 14 June 2017
One step ahead
If you don’t already know, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong is the first hotel to open along the Kowloon waterfront since 1995 and is Hong Kong’s first urban resort. Located on the shoreline of Hung Hom Bay, this 16-storey hotel has been vibrantly conceived by renowned interior designer Andre Fu.
We just love the generous space and openness he has achieved throughout the property – it feels extremely resort-like – a true escape from hectic Hong Kong! The design also takes full advantage of its waterfront setting, particularly noteworthy are a pair of monumental bronze sculptures inspired by the fluidity and movement of water, celebrating the views of the harbour seen from the hotel.
Live in Style
Retreat into the lap of luxury in guestrooms that have been designed with today’s traveller’s needs in minds. It really wowed us, as every little detail has been taken into consideration. Even the colours have been carefully picked to create a relaxing ambience – featuring a lovely palette of eucalyptus timber, anodized bronze, and mineral blue carpeting in addition to the sweeping views of Victoria Harbour.
And of course, nothing beats the friendly and warm hospitality offered by the staff at Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong. Isn’t this what’s most important to every traveller? The 24-hour concierge provides guests with tips to discover truly local experiences and hidden gems only known to local residents instead of the usual booking and ticketing services.
Amazing flavours at its dining venues
The hotel’s signature restaurant Hun Tong honours Hong Kong’s past while creating a modern Chinese cuisine experience. Inspired by the 19th century shipyards that once dominated the Hung Hom Bay neighbourhood in which the hotel now sits, the walls of Hung Tong are lined in red bricks that were once a signature of buildings along the shoreline – such a nostalgic touch!
For a little more action, head on down to Big Bay Café, where seven pavilions await. Offering a selection of different cuisines, all are worth a try before tucking into the cakes pops and sorbet bombs at the Pastry and Dessert Lab.
Stirring up a storm
For the ultimate drinking experience, Red Sugar definitely gets a thumbs-up from us with its stunning 270-degree wraparound terrace and mixologist Joe Villanueva crafting mind-blowing cocktails with his killer smile.
Two of the must-try drinks include the refreshing Midori-Shiso Sour and the yoghurt-based Lucky Cat that comes with a lai see (red packet) inside which another treat awaits. If you swing by on a Monday, it’s hospitality hour from 6-9pm, with these libations at just half price.
Spirit of Wellness
Kerry Sports Base Camp goes beyond the typical hotel fitness facility and extends an active lifestyle beyond the hotel’s doors, with outdoor activities including running clubs, HIIT on the deck, boating and hiking adventures. Or simply chill by Kerry’s outdoor infinity pool after your spinning class and take a dip in the Jacuzzi while witnessing junks whizzing across the harbour including Hong Kong’s iconic Aqua Luna.
We guarantee that you’ve never experienced Hong Kong like this before.
Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong, p. 2252 5888, 九龍紅磡灣紅鸞道38號