Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila

A contemporary hub in Manila's city center

Towering above the posh urban jungle that is Bonifacio Global City (BGC) is the sleek and contemporary Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila.

Located in BGC — the most walkable space in Metro Manila— Shangri-La at the Fort is surrounded by verdant greenery, the trendiest hangouts, the most talked-about restaurants and the headquarters of some top multinational companies. Though you’ll find plenty of desirable hangouts, destination restaurants and a standout gym that trumps most facilities you find in hotels within the walls of Shangri-La at the Fort.

Speaking of which, the entire complex is LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certified for its high-quality and thoughtful design that is sustainable and eco-friendly.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • One of the greatest things about the Manila hotel is Kerry Sports, an exclusive 86,111-square-foot sports and leisure club. It has an NBA-grade indoor basketball court, two tennis courts, two indoor squash courts, an outdoor lap pool, top-of-the-line gym equipment and exercise studios for yoga, Pilates, spinning, boxing and mixed martial arts.
  • The Spa at Kerry Sports is a haven of relaxation with nine treatment rooms (including two couples’ suites) and a reflexology room. Indulge in services such as the Aroma Wellness Massage and hilot massage, a traditional Filipino treatment.
  • Horizon Club Rooms (and all suites) enjoy exclusive privileges like private check-in and airport transfer services upon request, but the ultimate perk is access to the Horizon Club Lounge. This private retreat serves a daily buffet breakfast, beverages and refreshments throughout the day, and cocktails and canapés each evening, so you'll never go hungry during your stay.
  • Squeeze in some retail therapy when you browse the more than 30 shops found within Shangri-La at the Fort. Afterward, take stroll down One High Street to peruse a collection of exclusive restaurants, including the only non-U.S. branch of L.A.'s iconic Pink’s Hot Dogs.
  • The hotel quickly became a foodie destination thanks to its excellent restaurants. The property manages six dining outlets, serving everything from Cantonese cuisine to South American specialties.

Things to Know

  • The BGC complex is home to three different yet equally luxurious living spaces: the 576-room Shangri-La hotel, Horizon Homes and Horizon Residences.
  • Shangri-La Horizon Residences is the hotel's answer for long-staying guests (more than seven nights) who want to live in luxury right in the heart of the metro. It has 97 fully furnished residence units, tastefully designed for comfort and efficiency and ranging from one to three bedrooms.
  • Guests of Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila have access to the state-of-the-art Kerry Sports Manila and all its amenities and facilities, including Adventure Zone, a members-only daycare facility with exciting activities and games for kids facilitated by trained and certified personnel.

The Rooms

  • Shangri-La at the Fort has 530 guest rooms and 46 lavish suites. The hotel was designed with Filipino culture and heritage in mind — this influence spreads into the rooms with neutral tones and warm wooden accents.
  • All accommodations have the Shangri-La signature bed with its 300- to 600-thread-count linens, soaking tubs and a fully stocked mini-bar with complimentary refreshments.
  • Every room has an equally stunning bathroom with marble features, a deluxe tub and Shangri-La signature robes and towels. All suites use premium toiletries like L'Occitane (Premiere Suite and Horizon Deluxe Rooms) and Acqua di Parma (Specialty Suites Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao and Manila, and Shangri-La Suite).
  • The Shangri-La Suite is the ultimate expression of elegance and sophistication in 2,573 square feet — one of the largest suites in Manila. Aside from the stunning interiors, the space also features a panoramic view of the thriving city, topped off with attentive butler service.

The Restaurants

  • Canton Road is where traditional and modern Chinese cuisines meet. The opulent interiors reminiscent of imperial China provide a backdrop for unforgettable dishes like grilled specialties (go for the trio of honey-glazed Iberico pork, roasted Peking duck and suckling pig), e-fu (egg) noodles and unique dim sum selections like steamed Iberico pork dumplings with abalone and black truffle.
  • With its off-kilter black-and-white-checkered floor and art deco accents, Raging Bull Chophouse & Bar is a new take on a classic steakhouse. The venue is known for its drinks and extensive wine list that pair best with Maryland crab cakes, grain-fed Tasmanian ribeye and roasted Atlantic salmon with grilled asparagus and lemon-chili butter.
  • The success of Raging Bull Chophouse resulted in a grab-and-go outlet Raging Bull Burgers, which slings flavor-forward sandwiches for people who are looking for a quick, tasty bite.
  • Samba has been praised by foodies as one of the best Peruvian restaurants in the metro. Plates like ceviche limeño, conchas al carbon (char-grilled scallops, aji amarillo ceviche, cilantro leaves, red onions), Brazilian moqueca de camarao (Malagueta chili powder, lapu lapu fillet, coconut milk, extra virgin olive oil, cilantro, white rice) and trio de arroz con leche (three kinds of rice pudding with lucuma fruit, oporto del abuelo wine, cinnamon and raisins) are bursting with colorful and vibrant flavors from South America, Spain and the Philippines.

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Getting There
30th Street and Fifth Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Manila, Philippines
NAIA (14-22 min)  
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