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The Ritz Carlton Hong Kong

By January 16, 2013 No Comments

As one of the most remarkable cities in Asia and a hub for shopping, dining and finance, Hong Kong receives millions of visitors each year. Although there are thousands of different accommodation options available in Hong Kong, travellers who are seeking out luxury know to look no further than The Ritz Carlton. The Ritz Carlton, which is located in the International Commerce Centre on Kowloon Island, is officially the world’s highest hotel.

Everything from the guest rooms to the restaurants come complete with breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour and the surrounding city, and staff are attentive and helpful. Keep reading to learn more about the incredible dining opportunities in the Ritz Carlton, the rooms and suites available, hotel amenities and nearby attractions.

Dining at the Ritz Carlton: Travellers have come to expect high quality dining options at Ritz Carlton hotels around the world, and the Hong Kong location is no exception. For fine Italian cuisine, Tosca is the place to visit on the 102nd floor. Famed Chef Vittorio Lucariello runs Tosca and whips up amazing specialties like freshly made tagliatelle with egg yolks, spinach and burrata cheese and beef tenderloin with truffle potatoes. Tin Lung Heen is the hotel’s exceptional restaurant serving local Cantonese fare with a view, and Cafe 103 boasts international buffets at lunch and dinner. For a quick pastry to start the day or a sweet treat for dessert, the bakery Pastry Gems in the lobby offers exceptional baked goods at surprisingly affordable prices.

Bars and Nightlife: There is no doubt that guests at the Ritz Carlton in Hong Kong all appreciate OZONE, the amazing bar located on the 118th floor of the hotel. This means that OZONE has the honor of being the world’s highest bar, and nothing can come close to describing the breathtaking views from this staggering elevation. In addition to the scenery from inside, guests at OZONE can sit on the outdoor terrace and enjoy the refreshing breeze at night, enjoy light appetizers and sip on delicious cocktails. On most Friday and Saturday nights, OZONE transforms into a contemporary night club complete with an international DJ and a spacious dance floor. For a more casual place to enjoy a drink, head to the Lounge & Bar, a beautiful space that boasts frequent live jazz.


Nearby Attractions: Although there is so much to enjoy right in the hotel and the International Commerce Building, travelers will also want to get out and explore the city. Within walking distance of the ICC building are attractions like the waterfront Avenue of the Stars, Hong Kong Cultural Center, Hong Kong Space Museum and Kowloon Park. To get to the bustling districts of Central on Hong Kong Island, guests can either use the convenient MTR metro system or they can enjoy a relaxing ride on the Star Ferry across Victoria Harbor.Hong Kong Disneyland, the Ocean Park Amusement Park and the Peak Tram are a few more popular attractions that visitors to Hong Kong will certainly enjoy.

Hotel Amenities: There is no arguing the fact that the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong is so popular largely because of its location at such a staggering height. Along with amazing views, however, guests also receive impeccable service from staff in the hotel. On the 116th floor, the luxurious spa provides a way to relax, unwind and escape from the stress of the busy city. A fitness facility, sauna and the world’s highest pool round out the facilities. Each room’s decor is thoroughly contemporary and crisp, but it also echoes the British and Chinese influences on Hong Kong.

For the ultimate experience in Hong Kong, be sure to stay at the Ritz Carlton and enjoy a drink at the amazing OZONE bar.

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