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Dazzling MICE option in Hong Kong

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For years, Hong Kong has impressed as a corporate hot spot, with its stunning scenery and excellent meeting spaces.

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For years, Hong Kong has impressed as a corporate hot spot, with its stunning scenery and excellent meeting spaces. One location has received great acclaim among business travelers.

The Kerry Hotel Hong Kong, which opened in April 2017, is a 546-room facility and the fourth property the Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts hotel group has launched in the city. The building was designed by internationally-renowned interior designer André Fu and combines urban design with intuitive services.

From Kerry Hotel’s lobby, travelers are treated to uninterrupted views of the waterfront that are amplified through an eight-meter-high curved glass window. The hotel also offers incredible sights from its guestrooms; more than 60 percent of them have panoramic views of the Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island skyline, as well as comfortable facilities.

Kerry Hotel is perfect for MICE events of different sizes and requirements. Its Grand Ballroom, Hong Kong’s largest pillarless ballroom, stands at 1,756 sq m and can accommodate more than 1,000 guests for a banquet dinner. It is decorated with nearly 20,000 overhanging rock crystals.

There are 16 additional event spaces for visitors, including the Harbour View Room, which includes a spacious terrace and bi-folding doors that look onto Victoria Harbour. These spaces can hold conferences, weddings and other occasions, all the while giving visitors stunning views of Hong Kong.

The technological facilities at Kerry Hotel are second to none and can be used to create high impact meetings, special functions and events, in both indoor and outdoor areas. For example, it boasts the city’s largest LED screen, standing at more than 15 meters wide.

The hotel is in an easy to access location by the Kowloon waterfront in the Hung Hom Bay community, and close to attractions such as the Hong Kong History Museum and Culture Centre, as well as taxi, limousine and other transport services.

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Editor in chief is Linda Hohnholz.