Bonnie Kwok joins Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong as Director of Public Relations

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 29 June 2010

 Bonnie Kwok has been appointed as Director of Public Relations at The  Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong.

 The hotel, which will open in late 2010, is located on floors 102-118 of the ICC in Kowloon - which also features luxury retail and office space, residential property and a transport hub - and will be one of the tallest hotels in the world and the flagship property for the luxury hotel company in Asia.

Kwok has an MA in English Studies from The University of Hong Kong. Bringing 10 years of public relations experience to The Ritz- Carlton, Hong Kong, Kwok was most recently with The Peninsula Hong Kong.

Kwok will work with Ivy Kwan, Director of Sales & Marketing, and the team to open The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong which will feature 312 guest rooms and suites all of which will offer spectacular panoramic views over Hong Kong and the harbour.

The hotels six signature dining venues will include Italian and Chinese restaurants, a lobby lounge, a tea lounge and a bar and restaurant on the 118th floor. The ESPA will feature 12 deluxe treatment rooms on the 116th floor.

I am excited to be able to open The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong as the Director of Public Relations, said Kwok. The opening of the tallest hotel in the world will not only be a momentous breakthrough in the industry, it will also signify a significant milestone for The Ritz-Carlton and a long-awaited return of the legendary brand to Hong Kong. Being born and raised in Hong Kong, I am genuinely proud to be a part of this amazing mission!

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