Island Shangri-La has launched a total of 10 family-themed rooms and suites that have beds and play areas specially designed to keep children entertained. There are two rooms and eight suites with views of iconic Hong Kong landmarks, such as Victoria Harbour, The Peak, Kowloon peninsula, Hong Kong Park, Mid-Levels, and Admiralty.
The highlight of the new offerings is the Hong Kong Wonders Themed Family Suite, which has a bunk bed modelled after the city’s signature green trams, with an attached slide. The suite comes with role-play costumes and a mural with UV elements that shows off the city’s landmark and vibrant neon lights. And to top it off, the room has sweeping views of Victoria Harbour and Kowloon Peninsula to give guests the complete Hong Kong experience.
The Underwater Treasure Themed Suite has a submarine bunk bed, as well as a treasure chest with toys, a sea wave projection, and an ocean wave. Families with princess-crazy kids can book the Enchanted Castle Themed Family Suite, with its castle bunk bed in front of a UV mural with winged unicorns, dragons, and castles. Children can use the trumpet on the bed’s upper deck to change voices and play with an assortment of musical toys.
The other suites include Campervan Haven, Treetop Hideout, Safari Adventure, Airship Voyage, and Fairy Garden — of which have bunk beds with attached slides, toys, UV murals, and décor specific to their themes. Each suite has two bedrooms spread across 948 square feet and comes with a walk-through closet and two bathrooms. Guests will have access to a dedicated family concierge and The Hangout for all-day light food and refreshment and children’s books and games.
The two themed rooms, spanning 446 square feet, each have a king-size bed and single tent bed with a slide. The Garden Lodge Themed Family Room is a mountain-facing sanctuary with a tiered climbing deck that leads up to a viewing platform, from where a child can slide down, and a log cabin-inspired bed. Guests who choose the Fisherman’s Cove Themed Family Room will stay in a child-friendly haven inspired by Hong Kong’s maritime heritage, with a single deck bed reminiscent of one on a junk boat and a rope walkway leading to the observation hut and slide.
For more information, visit the Island Shangi-La website.
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