The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company To Open The Highest Hotel In The World

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company will make a magnificent return to Hong Kong when it opens the world`s highest hotel in the city in March 2011.


The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, which will occupy floors 102 to 118 of the International Commerce Centre in Kowloon, will be a stylish and thoroughly modern hotel that truly reflects the sophistication, style and elegance of the Ritz-Carlton brand in a contemporary way.

Hong Kong is a truly inspired location for the highest hotel in the world , offering panoramic views across Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island. Modern in design, the hotel will be the heart and soul of Hong Kong and will attract visitors from all over the world for its world-class style, design, service and its landmark location.`

The Hong Kong Ritz will offer 312 guest rooms all providing spectacular city and harbour views. Starting at 50sqm for a Deluxe Room, and reaching an incredible 365sqm for the magnificent Ritz-Carlton Suite, all rooms provide state-of-the-art technology including WiFi, iPod docking stations and stylish flat screen TVs.

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 stylishly designed by Japan`s Spin Studio and Wonderwall.


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 with outstanding views over Hong Kong. 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 be very much at the heart of the city and will become a must-see tourist attraction when it opens in March 2011.

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