Ritz-Carlton will make a quite an impact when it
returns to Hong Kong with the opening of what will be one of the
world’s tallest hotels in the fourth quarter of 2010.
Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, will occupy floors 102 to 118 of the
International Commerce Centre (ICC) in Kowloon.
is one of the world’s great cities and we are delighted to be
returning with such an iconic and dynamic hotel,” said Simon
Cooper, The Ritz-Carlton’s president and COO. “Occupying the top
16 floors of the ICC tower in Hong Kong is a truly unique location
for a hotel, offering panoramic views across Victoria Harbour and
Hong Kong Island. Modern in design, the hotel will be the heart
and soul of Kowloon and will attract visitors from all over the
world for its world-class style, design, service and its landmark
With interiors by Singapore’s LTW in a building
developed by Hong Kong’s premier developer Sun Hung Kai Properties
working with New York architects KPF, the hotel will offer 312
guest rooms all providing spectacular city and harbour views.
Starting at an impressive 50sqm for a Deluxe Harbour Room, and reaching an
incredible 365sqm for the Ritz-Carlton Suite, all
rooms provide state of the art technology including WiFi, iPod
docking stations and stylish flat screen TVs.
In addition, Club
room guests will be able to enjoy the panoramic Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge with
complimentary food and beverage presentations 24 hours a day, as
well as a dedicated Club Concierge, work stations, meeting rooms
and WiFi throughout.
One of the unique aspects of the
hotel, which reflects a move to more casual elegance of The
Ritz-Carlton brand, will be its bars and restaurants, which have
been designed by Japan’s Spin Studio.
With six dining
venues starting on the 102nd floor, including state of the art
designer Chinese and Italian restaurants, and lobby lounge, the
alfresco rooftop bar will be a truly stunning venue at 490 meters
above sea level. Asian-style
tapas and contemporary cocktails will be served on the roof
terrace, where fire pits and casual seating will create an
atmosphere of stylish luxury.
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong will
boast one of the largest ballrooms in the city at 930sqm.
Elaborately decorated with a sea of crystal chandeliers, the décor
is suited to weddings, meetings and gala events. This will be complimented by
an additional four meeting rooms giving a grand total of 1,300sqm
of meeting space.
For those wishing to
relax and indulge, the ESPA located on the 116th floor will consist of
860sqm of treatment rooms and relaxation areas. Featuring nine
deluxe treatment rooms and three couples suites, every treatment
room offers floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views.
The hotel also features a fully equipped
fitness centre and indoor pool on the 118th floor.
At the base
of the ICC tower, the Elements shopping mall offers some of the
finest luxury shopping in Hong Kong with brand names and
international fashion brands fighting for space in this
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong is
scheduled to open in December 2010.
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