Island Shangri-la Lobby Lounge
Lobby lounges in Hong Kong Hotels are fast becoming part of a social trend
A few years back, going for after work drinks at a hotel lobby lounge would have been a bit of a no no for the young and hip but that trend is fast disappearing as young high earning bankers or office yobs are choosing to be seen at the high end of the drinking venues scene. And The Shangri-La Hotel sitting on top of the Admiralty MTR station on Hong Kong Island at Pacific Place is one of those lobby lounges that pulls in this crowd.
The Lobby Lounge here is no short of the word elegant with a completely relaxed atmosphere, comfy big blue seats, massive hanging glass chandelier light as the focal point, looking out to a tropical garden with banyan trees with live music played on the piano as you would expect from a hotel bar. Drinks are standard of all hotels throughout the city with food and light snacks served throughout the day. Some of the more popular picks include seared tuna with fennel shavings and sun-dried capsicum and the duck liver pate with melba toast. The Shangri-La Lobby Lounge also offers a selection of vegetarian dishes for the non-meat eaters amongst us carnivores.
So if you’re on the island MTR line, instead of jumping off at Central station for Lan Kwai Fong, get off earlier or later by one station at Admiralty and check it out!
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