Sheraton celebrates opening of sophomore Hong Kong hotel
With 218 stylish rooms and suites, plus a 1,300-capacity pillar-free Grand Ballroom, the new Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel is already turning plenty of heads.
Marriott International has announced the launch of Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel, which enjoys a prominent location atop T-Bay in Tung Chung. We take a closer look at the scheme.
Sheraton shines in Hong Kong
Sheraton’s second property in Hong Kong, this 218-key property boasts panoramic views out over the water, as well as a sophisticated design and the timeless offering that the brand is known for.
“We are delighted to be planting Sheraton’s iconic roots here yet again with the opening of Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung, creating a new destination for leisure or business travellers,” said Sander Looijen, general manager of Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel.
“In early 2021, we are also planning to launch the city’s first Four Points by Sheraton – Four Points by Sheraton Hong Kong, Tung Chung, together with Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel. This will mark Marriott International’s first dual-branded hotel opening in Hong Kong.
“We look forward to welcoming guests to enjoy our elevated guest services, the authentic local flavours and experiences the city has been known for.”
A community-focused hotel
Sheraton is doubling down on its commitment to bringing communities together with its latest outpost. Indeed, the hotel is engaging directly with locals through its partnership with Mui Wo Lychee Hill Holiday Farm, which produces honey that’s then used in signature dishes and cocktails. There’s also a dedicated community manager onsite who can help guests unearth the best local experiences around.
The hotel boasts four F&B outlets – the rooftop Sunset Grill, the modern Chinese eatery Yue, the casual Lobby Lounge and the day-long Cafe Lantau. In addition, there’s a 24-hour fitness centre, a kids’ playroom, a relaxing swimming pool deck and 3,400 sq m of flexible meeting spaces – with the star of the show being a vast pillar-free Grand Ballroom accommodating up to 1,300 guests and delegates.