Escape to the countryside
Escape the hustle and bustle of modern life
Lush tropical gardens, a trickling waterfall and leafy stone pathways blend with luxurious pampering in 49 en-suite rooms to offer a delightful sense of tranquillity.
Did you know
Named after the mythical earthly paradise (described in British author James Hilton’s 1933 novel Lost Horizon), the term Shangri-La has become synonymous with any permanently happy paradise land isolated from the outside world.
Amenities & Facilities
Offering charming old-world elegance, cheerful staff and a refreshingly uncommercialised atmosphere, this beautiful 30+ year old hotel also boasts its very own spa, several conference areas, swimming pool and tennis courts.
A unique pool experience
Relax at the sparkling swimming pool with terrace loungers and pergola.
An iconic spa
Expect elegant simplicity in an atmosphere of pure relaxation.
We have two in-house restaurants, each with a distinctly unique appearance and ambiance.
The magical main building
View the impressive interiors of Shangri-La’s main building, from the welcoming reception to the inviting lounges where guest comfort takes precedence.
Please note that we are presently upgrading select venues at Shangri-La, including the reception area, guest toilets and conference halls, and that images of these venues will be updated in the coming weeks once these projects have been completed.