Staff Writer
Jan 2, 2019

Kerry Hotel Hong Kong: Keeping events high-end

The flagship property of the Kerry brand defines a new generation of business events.

Kerry Hotel Hong Kong exterior, set along the Kowloon waterfront
Kerry Hotel Hong Kong exterior, set along the Kowloon waterfront

As Shangri-La’s fourth hotel in the locale, Kerry Hotel Hong Kong is making strides to keep the city at the top of its game for business events. Designed by world renowned architect and interior designer André Fu, Designer of the Year 2016 by Maison et Objet, the five-star hotel sits in a prime location, featuring breath-taking views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong Island skyline.

Top-notch events space

The hotel is home to one of Hong Kong’s largest pillar-less ballrooms. At an impressive 1,756sqm, the Grand Ballroom—decorated with nearly 20,000 overhanging rock crystals—can accommodate over 1,000 guests banquet-style. The venue is also equipped with one of the city's largest LED walls, measuring 15.4m x 4.3m. Offering another adaptable function space—the Hung Hom Ballroom, at 1,125sqm, is dressed in hand-painted wall- coverings embellished in an artisanal gold patina.

Grand Ballroom, assembled banquet-style

On the fourth floor is the Harbour Room, one of the most unique venues with natural light in Hong Kong. Fit for more intimate events, the space is lined with 30 tungsten bulbs, equipped with a drop down LED screen and wide bi-folding glass doors that open out onto a vast private courtyard with sweeping views of Hong Kong’s iconic harbour.

Altogether, Kerry Hotel Hong Kong has a roster of 17 beautifully-appointed, flexible indoor and outdoor event venues. Delegates also benefit from the hotel’s supplementary facilities, including expansive alfresco space, breakout meeting rooms, wellness and fitness facilities, and comfortable accommodation.

Hung Hom Ballroom, classroom-style

Gourmet delights and beyond

The five restaurants and bar at Kerry Hotel Hong Kong offer quality and creative food & beverage experiences for the adventurous and newcomers alike. From locally-inspired menus at the Lobby Lounge, to live cooking kitchens at the all-day-dining Big Bay Cafe, to the international marketplace of Dockyard, modern Chinese cuisine at Hung Tong and Asian flavours at Red Sugar, the culinary team at Kerry Hotel Hong Kong offers dining experiences for any palate. The strong line-up of restaurants is further enriched by live entertainment and unbeatable views.

For groups looking to explore the city, the property is conveniently located by the panoramic waterfront of Kowloon in the Hung Hom Bay community, and seamlessly connected to the rest of Hong Kong via Hung Hom ferry, Whampoa MTR Station, a bus interchange station and taxi and limousine services. Around the neighbourhood, the hotel is only steps away from Tsim Sha Tsui East shopping district and attractions such as the Hong Kong History Museum and Cultural Centre.

Hung Tong private dining room

To start planning your next event at Kerry Hotel Hong Kong, visit or email [email protected].


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