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Inside the New-Look Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers

Whether you’re visiting Hong Kong for business or leisure, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers is well worth considering for a convenient city-center stay. The longstanding property in Kowloon’s ever-vibrant Tsim Sha Tsui neighborhood has just emerged from a nearly two-year-long renovation that wrapped up this summer. All 782 guest rooms and suites throughout the property—from the approximately 27-square-meter Deluxe rooms to the Harbour View suites offering 77 square meters of living space—were completely reimagined in line with the global transformation of the Sheraton brand.

Returning guests will find serene, light-filled accommodations done up in a residential style. Featuring soft finishes and light wood tones, alongside layered lighting to give off a warm, sophisticated glow, the rooms also come with integrated power and charging equipment. The design has thoughtfully retained signature amenities such as plush Sheraton Sleep Experience platform beds with feather-down pillows, as well as luxury bath products by Gilchrist & Soames in the newly redesigned bathrooms.

Details in the living room of a spacious Harbour View suite.
Details in the living room of a spacious Harbour View suite.

For more exclusivity, book a Sheraton Club room. You’ll be ushered into a private reception area and given access to the second-floor lounge, where complimentary breakfast is served and daily evening cocktails are paired with delectable hors d’oeuvres.

With six restaurants and bars under one roof, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers is also a culinary destination in its own right. Elegant Cantonese fare awaits at the award-winning Celestial Court Chinese Restaurant—it holds a One Diamond rating in the prestigious Black Pearl guide that showcases China’s best fine-dining venues. Another highlight is Unkai Japanese Cuisine for its teppanyaki and sushi paired with fine sakes; the top-floor Oyster & Wine Bar delights gourmands with champagne brunches and premium seafood. Closer to the ground, The Café, Sheraton’s all-day buffet eatery, plates up a sumptuous spread of local and international delights, while cocktails and afternoon tea treats (alongside views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline) beckon at Sky Lounge on the 18th floor.

The redesigned bathroom of a Harbour View room at the hotel.
The redesigned bathroom of a Harbour View room at the hotel.
An artist’s impression of the renovated Grand Ballroom.
An artist’s impression of the renovated Grand Ballroom.

In addition, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers boasts more than 1,400 square meters of flexible event space, including 14 well-equipped function rooms for meetings, events, and special occasions. Reopening in September 2024 is the newly revamped Grand Ballroom, a pillar-less space where soaring ceilings, crystal LED chandeliers, textured wall covers, and bronze-accented light fixtures exude a timeless, chic feel. The ballroom will feature the latest technology including built-in LED Walls as well as short-throw projectors with screens. Harking back to the Sheraton brand’s roots as a community hub, public areas can also host social gatherings and casual client meetings—for the hotel is a vibrant place where global business and leisure travelers congregate and share ideas.

And if you’re in need of some downtime, the harbor-facing outdoor pool on the rooftop is temperature-controlled to allow comfortable swims all year round; make sure to have a soak in the three heated Jacuzzis. You can also stay on top of your fitness goals at the health club, which comes stocked with plenty of weight-training and cardio equipment.

Exploring the rest of Hong Kong is a cinch: the hotel’s prime location at the southern end of Nathan Road promises easy access to top visitor attractions and business hubs around the city. Right across the street lies the Avenue of Stars waterfront promenade and a tourism precinct comprising the Hong Kong Cultural Center, Hong Kong Space Museum, and the Hong Kong Museum of Art. One station away on the MTR’s Tuen Ma Line, must-see attractions at the emerging West Kowloon Cultural District include the M+ museum of visual culture and Hong Kong Palace Museum. Tsim Sha Tsui and East Tsim Sha Tsui MTR stations are just a few minutes’ walk from the property, as is the pier for boarding the iconic Star Ferry to Hong Kong Island.

For more information, visit sheratonhongkonghotel.com.

The hotel faces Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong Museum of Art.
The hotel faces Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong Museum of Art.

This article was brought to you by Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers.