Island Shangri-La Hotel Hong Kong

Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong

Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Central, Hong Kong | Tel: (852) 2820 8526

Cruise visitors to Hong Kong can choose from two Shangri-La properties to stay at when cruising to or from Hong Kong: the Kowloon Shangri-La, which is located closest to the ship at Ocean Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui on the Kowloon side or the Island Shangri-La, which is located on Hong Kong Island in the Central district; both properties offer 5-star luxury accommodations and service.


Central location

Tucked within the heart of Hong Kong’s Central district, the  Island Shangri-La is located close to the action. The hotel is directly linked to the expansive shopping and entertainment complex at Pacific Place, close to the Admiralty MTR Station, within walking distance to Hong Kong Park, close to the Peak Tram Station and near the Soho and Lan Kwai Fong districts.

Afternoon tea with a view from my room overlooking Victoria Harbour.

The hotel’s luxury rooms and suites are among the largest in any hotel in Hong Kong, and feature breathtaking views of the city and world-famous Victoria Harbour. With several restaurants, including the Michelin-starred Restaurant Petrus, there are many amenities to keep cruise visitors busy while enjoying a visit to Hong Kong.

Unique Features: Don’t Miss

While staying at the Island Shangri-La Hong Kong make sure to take some time to explore the property and take note of some of the unique features hidden throughout.

Great Motherland of China

Hard to miss this focal point. Make sure to take a moment to check out  The world’s largest Chinese silk painting, The Great Motherland of China, spans 16 stories in the atrium.

Relax by the pool, workout, or go to the spa

Cruise visitors will enjoy Island Shangri-La’s luxurious health club, spa and swimming pool.  If a little pampering or self-care are on the agenda, head to level eight.  

Refreshment Bar

Located inside the health club, the refreshment bar offers a selection of mineral waters, soft drinks or refreshing concoctions which help to invigorate after a work out.

Find the library


Tucked away and worth the time to find: the views from the library windows are amazing.

Located on level 39, the two-story library commands a stunning vista of the Hong Kong skyline.  The library carries a selection of titles ranging from encyclopedias to special interest books.

Bon Appétit

There is no shortage of fantastic dining venues in Hong Kong, the only problem is that there is usually not enough time to enjoy all the options available. The Island Shangri-La has 8 restaurants and bars to select from.

cafe TOO 

Located on level seven of Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong, cafe TOO has eight live?cooking kitchen theatres and seats 255 people.

The artistry in both preparation and display is a feast for the eyes at cafe TOO.   From the teppan, to the noodle station there are  signature dishes galore: like the Double-Boiled Black Chicken and Ginseng Soup, or freshly steamed Xiao Long Bao (Steamed Pork Dumplings in Soup).


  • Cable Car Ride
  • Evening Harbour Cruise on Victoria Harbour
  • Hong Kong Disneyland
  • Jade Market
  • Knutsford Terrace
  • Kowloon Park
  • Lan Kwai Fong – trendy shops, restaurants and bars (close to hotel)
  • Museum of History
  • Ocean Park
  • Victoria Park
  • Wong Tai Sin Temple

Getting Around:

The Hong Kong International Airport is also just 45 minutes away.

The hotel’s fleet of limousines, offers complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, and includes a Rolls-Royce Phantom, luxury six-seater vans as well as Mercedes Benz S Class saloons.

The Island Shangri-La is located in the city’s Central district, which offers many convenient transit options such as: , light rail, airport express trains, and ferries.  The hotel provides a complimentary shuttle service to Central and Wanchai districts.

Train – Airport Express

  • Train Charge (one way): HK$100.00 (HKD). Time by train is 45 minutes.


  • Subway Name: Admiralty MTR Station


  • Taxis are plentiful. A ride to the airport can cost about HK$300 for the ride.

Cruise Line Transfer

  • Check with your cruise line if they offer a transfer to or from the hotel. This option is convenient for getting to the port from the airport directly from the ship.

Helpful resources

“Discover Hong Kong” from the Hong Kong Tourism Board
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