Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila
|Shangri-La at the Fort|
The Shangri-La at the Fort in June 2018
|Hotel chain||Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts|
|Location||5th Avenue corner 30th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines|
|Construction started||July 2008|
|Opening||March 1, 2016|
|Owner||Shangri-La Asia, Ltd.|
|Architectural||229.3 m (752 ft)|
|Floor area||111,568 m2 (1,200,910 sq ft) or 130,000 m2 (1,400,000 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Developer||Shangri-La Asia, Ltd.|
|Other designers||GF & Partners Architects|
(architect of record)
Manny Samson & Associates
|Number of units||530 hotel rooms|
195 residential units
|Number of suites||46|
|Number of restaurants||7|
Shangri-La at the Fort is a 5-star luxury hotel and mixed-used building in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines. It opened on March 1, 2016 and one of the three hotels managed by Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts located in Metro Manila, Philippines. It also hosts residential units.
Architecture and design
US-based Handel Architects is the design architect of the Shangri-La at the Fort while GF & Partners Architects Co. is the architect of record. Manny Samson & Associates were the interior designers of the building.
The groundbreaking for the building took place on July 3, 2008 in a ceremony led by then-Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, though construction began in 2011. The hotel had a soft-opening on March 1, 2016.
The Shangri-La Hotel at the Fort hosts 576 rooms and suites as of August 2017 with each room at least 45 m2 (480 sq ft) big.
The building has two designated residential areas namely Horizon Homes and Shangri-La Residences. The 98-unit Horizon Homes, which are privately owned, occupies the upper levels of the tower. 97 units ranging from 90 m2 (970 sq ft) to 239 m2 (2,570 sq ft) are allocated for Shangri-La Residence.
Two levels occupying an area of 8,000 m2 (86,000 sq ft) of the Shangri-La at the Fort building is dedicated to Kerry Sports Manila., a sports and leisure area that host indoor courts for basketball, tennis, and squash, as well as a lap pool, gymnasium, exercise studio and a spa facility. For events the building has two events hall; a pillar-less 1,800 m2 (19,000 sq ft) Grand Ball Room which can accommodate 1,800 people and the 780 m2 (8,400 sq ft) Bonifacio Hall which can hold 715 people. 19 multi function rooms are also spread across the building's several floors. The Adventure Zone is a multi-level children's playground.
The building also hosts seven main dining outlets namely: High Street Café, High Street Lounge, Canton Road, Raging Bull Chophouse & Bar, Samba Poolside and Limitless. 6,000 m2 (65,000 sq ft), concentrated mostly on the building's ground floor is dedicated to retail.
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