Last week, the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong opened as the world’s tallest hotel. They’re calling it “the pinnacle of luxury”–with good reason.
The new hotel occupies floors 102 to 118 in Hong Kong’s International Commerce Centre. The views, as you can guess, are so panoramic as to take your breath away. Beneath your feet, China’s gateway city and its harbor unfold in a sparkling landscape of glass towers and meandering waters. The city is special regardless, but to see it from this height is truly something unforgettable.
In Asia, luxury is taken seriously and is often taken to new levels. In that regard, the Ritz-Carlton is the perfect partner. The hotel’s 312 rooms and suites are huge. The entry-level room is 530 sf and suites go up to 3,920 sf. By any standards, even Asian ones, that is impressive. There are six dining venues in all, including Ozone, on the 118th floor. The chic restaurant/bar concept looks like something straight out of the future, and offers alfresco seating on the terrace, as well. Caution: Vertigo sufferers enter at your own risk!
The Grand Opening package (through May 31) starts at HKD 4,888 (USD 629) for one night, including breakfast for two, two cocktails at Ozone, and a hotel credit. (852) 2263 2263 for details.
A room with a (stunning) view
Ozone, on the 118th floor
Cutting edge decor and a view to thrill, at Ozone
The lobby lounge with fabulous fire element