The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong
5 Star Elegance
One of the Hong Kong skyline’s most notable features, the non-smoking The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong deftly combines dazzling views, rooms that are a tech-lover’s dream and amenities ranging from a soothing spa to a crystalline swimming pool. Billed as “the world’s tallest hotel” when it opened in 2011, the Ritz-Carlton occupies the top 17 floors of the 118-story International Commerce Center.
Set on the Kowloon Peninsula, this slender glass tower gazes down on the boats bobbing on Victoria Harbor. The lofty perch means that when you’re indulging in a one-of-a-kind treatment in the ultramodern spa, swimming laps in the infinity pool or working out in the extensive fitness room you’ll probably be sneaking peeks at the view.
The 312 non-smoking rooms and suites pamper you with pillow-top beds dressed in luxury linens, marble bathroom stocked with high-end beauty products and wired and wireless internet access. Amenities include 42-inch flat-panel TVs with pay-per-view movies (and another TV hidden behind the mirror in the bathroom), DVD players and iPod docking stations that come complete with an iPod.
The destination restaurants serve everything from Chinese fare to Italian favorites. Parking is available. On the Kowloon Peninsula, the Ritz-Carlton gives you easy access to the West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade. The hotel is close to important institutions like the Hong Kong Cultural Center. The Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Hong Kong Museum of Modern Art and the Hong Kong Space Museum are all within a few kilometers. Hong Kong International Airport is 21 miles west. our guests say location is the big draw at the Ritz-Carlton, meaning its spot more than 100 stories off the ground. Enjoy endless vistas from the spa, the pool, the fitness center and the top-drawer eateries.
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