Harbour Grand Kowloon will launch 360 guestrooms in the new Tower as well as revamped Grand Ballroom and harbour-facing Salons this month.
The new Tower is connected to the hotel’s main building by a sky bridge, and its location promises unobstructed views of Victoria Harbour and the city in more than 75 per cent of the hotel’s room inventory.
With the new guestrooms, the hotel now offers over 900 keys to travellers.
All new guestrooms come with contemporary furniture, exquisite marble bathrooms and modern facilities.
The renovated Grand Ballroom and Salons are now dressed in bronze with hints of teal and gray accents, and adorned with sculptural chandeliers made with crystals from Swarovski, offering a perfect setting for celebratory and gala events.
The Grand Ballroom can take up to 600 guests for cocktails and 33 round tables for banquets.
The venues are also outfitted with state-of-the-art facilities including a high definition LED wall in the Grand Ballroom and built-in LCD projectors and screens.
The Grand Ballroom and Salons join the Whampoa Conference Centre which opened on the same floor late last year. The latter has seven function rooms, all with natural daylight. These combined facilities span 2,350m2, allowing Harbour Grand Kowloon to position itself strongly for meetings and events.
As well, Waterfront Bar & Terrace and Corner Café have also been given a new look.
“Harbour Grand Kowloon has a long-standing reputation for its warmth and comfort, and the recent renovations and new Tower are big steps in improving our guests’ hotel experience,” said Tady Cheng, director of rooms.