- Rosewood Hong Kong opens as a magnificent new ultra-luxury property in the heart of the Victoria Dockside district on the shores of Victoria Harbour.
- Conveniently situated on the Kowloon harbour-front, on a historic site where the city’s future as a global trading hub was first established Framed within the ambitious, landmark of urban regeneration project that is the Victoria Dockside arts and design district, Rosewood Hong Kong is a new icon for Asia’s world city.
- With a prime harbour side location showcasing spectacular views across the water and with pockets of landscaped outside space scattered around the hotels exterior the Rosewood Hong Kong conjures up a feeling of respite and retreat in the heart of one of Asia’s most dynamic cities.
- The 413-room Rosewood Hong Kong offers eight restaurants and lounges complemented by recreational facilities including Asaya, a fitness centre and swimming pool.
- A new centre of gravity on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, Rosewood Hong Kong’s numerous bars and restaurants will create a vibrant gastronomic hub, showcasing unique concepts which convey Rosewood’s signature, innovative approach to intimate, casual and lively dining.
- The hotel is connected to Hong Kong Island by quick, convenient water, road, MTR, and Star Ferry transfers. Airport Express Kowloon Station is 10 minutes away by car.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Once home to Hong Kong’s various cottage industries from fashion manufacturing in the 1980s, is now a nine-storey multidisciplinary arts hub. Spread over almost 20,000 square metres, including an open-air central courtyard, JCCAC provides studios for over 100 artists and cultural organisations from all corners of the arts world, as well as housing a two-storey exhibition gallery, black box theatre, teahouse and craft shops.
This heritage-listed building began its life more than a century ago as a slaughterhouse before being reborn as an artists’ village in 2001. The handful of distinctive red-brick blocks arranged around a courtyard are home to more than a dozen art groups, including an independent black box theatre run by local group On & On Theatre Workshop. Other prominent residents include larger-than life artist Kwok Mang Ho, more commonly known as Frog King, and the unesco-listed media art organisation Videotage. Visitors can come to admire the building’s historic architecture anytime (original elements such as water troughs and metal rings for securing the cattle remain) and visit the artists’ studios when they’re open.
Originally built in 1908 as the clubhouse of the Royal Yacht Club, this heritage-listed series of buildings has been given a new lease on life as a contemporary arts space designed to engage directly with the community. Set around a leafy courtyard, the three beautifully restored Arts and Crafts-style buildings offer a quietly contemplative contrast to North Point’s urban bustle. Focused on fuelling creative thinking, experimentation and collaboration, Oi! plays host to a varied programme of art exhibitions, workshops and events; many showcase the work of emerging local talent, while others draw people from the broader community into the role of creators.
Resembling a crouching lion, hence the name, this 495-metre-high mountain sits between Kowloon Tong and Tai Wai, in a country park that forms part of the border between Kowloon and the New Territories. A hike up to the summit (look out for wild monkeys and birds along the way) encapsulates of one of Hong Kong’s greatest joys — that you can be completely immersed in natural beauty, but only a short distance away from the urban metropolis below.
This sleepy, car-free island is just a short ferry ride from Central, and only around one square kilometre in size, making it an ideal day trip to explore life on the outlying islands. Many of Peng Chau’s residents are fisherfolk, but remnants of a former lime kiln and match factory offer glimpses of the island’s brief but glorious manufacturing heyday. It’s also home to three temples, including a 200-year-old Tin Hau Temple. A walk up Finger Hill offers scenic views of the island, surrounding ocean and Tsing Ma Bridge; the tranquil (and new) Peng Yu Path will appeal to those after a relaxing shoreline walk, while sunseekers should head to Tung Wan Beach. Be sure to stop by SunSatStore if you have the chance; only open on weekends, this charming café and shop sells vintage collectables and locally made products.
The only part of Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark that’s accessible on foot, the area around High Island Reservoir is stunning proof that this city is so much more than a concrete jungle. One of Hong Kong’s most unique sights, the hexagonal volcanic columns along the coast here are around 140 million years old, and the Geo Trail, a boardwalk path around High Island Reservoir East Dam, offers an opportunity to admire these awe-inspiring staggered formations, including a sea cave, up close.
This heritage revitalisation project in the western New Territories sees three former cotton mills transformed into a multifaceted design hub that pays homage to the site’s manufacturing past while embracing the city’s emerging creative talents.
Seafood feasts don’t come much fresher than those enjoyed in this historic fishing village on the eastern edge of Kowloon. Here, diners can select and purchase their own live seafood from the fishmongers’ tanks — popular choices include mantis shrimp, spiny lobsters and grouper — to be cooked immediately at one of the nearby restaurants. A leisurely pre- or postprandial wander will take you past the village’s stilt houses (some of the last remaining of their kind in Hong Kong) to the more than 200-year-old Tin Hau Temple, dedicated to the goddess of the sea who protects fishermen and sailors. At low tide, you can visit Lei Yue Mun Lighthouse; located on a small island, it offers especially beautiful sunset views over the ocean.
Wander into the hills of Sha Tin and you’ll soon be surrounded by foliage. Among this lush greenery is Wing Wo, one of the city’s longest-running apiaries and one of Rosewood’s Partners in Provenance, a network of local farms and purveyors that provides our guests with fresh, seasonal produce year-round. Here, the Yip family oversees the beehives as they produce honey, beeswax, royal jelly and other products throughout the year, thanks to the area’s subtropical climate and the hills, which provide lychee and longan flowers in the summer and blooms from the native ivy tree in the winter. Visitors are welcome to taste the numerous varieties of floral honey and explore the hives.
Over a decade in the making, Tai Kwun is a 13,600-square-metre arts and cultural landmark that has revitalised a series of 16 heritage buildings, including three declared monuments: the former Central Police Station, Central Magistracy and Victoria Prison. The complex is also home to two new spaces including modern arts centre JC Contemporary arts, one of numerous performing arts spaces that host theatre productions, concerts and film screenings, and several chic restaurants, bars and lifestyle stores. A compelling destination for all the family.
If a day spent in the great outdoors appeals, you might try the two-kilometre path along Plover Cove Reservoir’s dam wall; a favourite among walkers, cyclists and kite flyers, it boasts beautiful views over the lake and countryside. The more ambitious might try the 15.5-kilometre Plover Cove Reservoir Country Trail, which skirts the reservoir and starts (or ends) near the iconic Bride’s Pool. If the water tempts instead, Tai Mei Tuk Water Sports Centre has kayaks, sailing craft and windsurfing boards available for hire (note that you’ll need to provide evidence of certifications). When you’ve worked up an appetite, choose from the row of al fresco restaurants along Ting Kok Road.
However many times you’ve visited Hong Kong or however long you’ve lived here, the breathtaking city views from Victoria Peak never lose their appeal. Circling its way around the island’s highest point, this gentle walking trail is mostly flat and paved, making it an easy choice for those wanting to take in the city’s many panoramas without breaking much of a sweat. Starting from Lugard Road, the route takes you past several designated observation points that offer a near bird’seye view of the skyscrapers below, as well as plenty of signage describing the flora and fauna you’ll pass along the way. For some more elevation and less crowded environs, head a bit further uphill to Victoria Peak Garden, former home and private grounds of Hong Kong’s colonial governors.
The 413-room Rosewood Hong Kong offers eight restaurants and lounges complemented by recreational facilities including Asaya, a fitness centre and swimming pool. The Manor Club executive lounge provides exclusive privileges while The Pavilion, the brand’s signature residential-style meeting and function space, hosts corporate events and social celebrations.The latest addition to the ever-changing Hong Kong skyline, The Rosewood expertly merges heritage and contemporary design offering guests luxurious suites, spectacular views and manicured gardens and terraces – a rarity in the Hong Kong hotel scene.
Located in the heart of Hong Kong’s creative epicentre, the Victoria Dockside precinct and surrounded by contemporary retails outlets and arts and culture attractions, The Rosewood Hong Kong is a stand out addition to the cities eclectic skyline. With a prime harbour side location showcasing spectacular views across the water and with pockets of landscaped outside space scattered around the hotels exterior the Rosewood Hong Kong conjures up a feeling of respite and retreat in the heart of one of Asia’s most dynamic cities.
The ultimate in refined comfort and sophisticated residential luxury, Rosewood Hong Kong invites guests to escape to the rarefied world of the vertical estate. Verdant landscaping, impeccably detailed interiors and the first urban outpost of Asaya signature integrative wellness, await. Among the most spacious in Hong Kong, the hotel’s accommodations feature luminous harbour views, with a total of 91 suites enhanced by personalised butler service and Manor Club access. Setting a new benchmark for outstanding residential luxury in the metropolis, Rosewood’s 18 Specialty Suites will be launched in 2019.
Kowloon Peak View Room
The Kowloon Peak View Rooms face North, with views of the glimmering Kowloon cityscape, the Lion’s Rock and Sha Tin mountains in the distance. These spacious, ultra-residential rooms feature 53-square-metre (570-square-foot) of curated objects, a marble bathroom with freestanding bath and twin sinks, twin showers, and an ample walk-in closet.
Harbour View Room
OThe 53-square-metre (570-square-foot) Harbour View Rooms boast expansive water views, spanning Causeway Bay to East Tsim Sha Tsui. Ultra-residential interiors reveal eclectic luxury in curated objets d’art, thoughtful amenities, the generous marble bathroom with freestanding bath, twin sinks and twin showers, and the spacious walk-in closet.
Grand Harbour View Room
The 53-square-metre (570-square-foot) Grand Harbour View Rooms boast peerless, glittering harbour views. Livable residential luxury is revealed in the eclectic objets d’art and curated interior details, thoughtful amenities, and the generous marble bathroom with freestanding bath, twin sinks and twin showers, and a spacious walk-in closet.
Club Grand Harbour View Room
The 53-square-metre (570-square-foot) Club Grand Harbour View Rooms boast panoramic harbour views. Warm, residential luxury is revealed in the eclectic objets d’art and curated details, with a marble bathroom and freestanding bath, twin sinks and twin showers, and spacious walk-in closet. This refined room stay includes Manor Club access.
Kowloon Peak View Suite
The 118-square-metre (1,270-square-foot) Kowloon Peak View Suites enjoy electric city views. Warm, residential luxury is revealed in the eclectic objets d’art and curated details, with a marble bathroom and freeform bath, twin sinks and twin showers, and a spacious walk-in closet. A refined suite stay includes Manor Club access with a private butler.
Harbour Corner Suite
The 123-square-metre (1,324-square-foot) Harbour Corner Suite boasts expansive water views of Causeway Bay. Residential luxury is revealed in the spacious corner layout, with collectable, curated details, a marble bathroom and freeform bath, twin sinks and twin showers, and a generous walk-in closet. A suite stay includes Manor Club access, and a personal butler.
Deluxe Harbour Suite
The 105-square-metre (1,130-square-foot) Deluxe Harbour Suite boasts expansive Easterly water views. Residential luxury is revealed in the spacious corner layout, with collectable, curated details, a marble bathroom and freeform bath, twin sinks and twin showers, and a generous walk-in closet. A suite stay includes Manor Club access, and a personal butler.
Grand Harbour Corner Suite
The 123-square-metre (1,323-square-foot) Grand Harbour Corner Suites offer glittering panoramic harbour views. Residential luxury blends refined curated details, thoughtful amenities and a marble bathroom with freeform bath, twin sinks and twin showers, and a generous walk-in closet. A suite stay includes Manor Club access, and your own personal butler.
The 174-square-metre (1,873-square-foot) Manor Suite enjoys magnificent harbour views. Storied luxury incorporates a dining room, with refined, curated details, thoughtful amenities and a pampering bathroom with freeform bath, twin sinks and twin showers, and a roomy walk-in closet. A suite stay includes Manor Club access, as well as your own personal butler.
With a dedicated private entrance to the Rosewood Residences, luxury Studios offer fuss-free comfort and bespoke services to guests residing in Hong Kong for over one month. The Studio features a fully-equipped kitchen with a sumptuous neutral palette, luxurious interior textures and simple, elegant touches in a compact, yet invitingly spacious setting. The Rosewood Residence Studios feature a marble bathroom with a deep bath and shower, toilet and vanity area. Inspired by the lifestyle of a modern private mansion, carefree living will be the guiding principle of each extended stay, and can include the services of a private butler, personal assistant, driver, private chef and concierge.
Inspired by the lifestyle of a modern private mansion, Premium Studios provide 44-86 sq.m. of elevated luxury living that is unrivalled in the city. Premium Corner Studios offer private outdoor terraces for expansive views of the Hong Kong skyline. The Rosewood Residence Studios feature a marble bathroom with a deep bath and shower, toilet and vanity area. Premium guest services include exclusive lifestyle facilities on the Club 53 floor, in addition to access to enhanced benefits throughout the hotel.
Sophisticated touches distinguish the Premium One-Bedrooms with living spaces of up to 155 square metres. Corner options offer rare 270-degree panoramic views of Victoria Harbour with the choice of having an outdoor terrace set among the top 19 floors of the vertical estate to enjoy al fresco living at its finest. Allowing for privacy and contemplation, as well as entertaining, a beautiful marble-finished bathroom features space to unwind in luxury. Premium guest services include exclusive lifestyle facilities at Club 53, in addition to special access, recognition, and benefits throughout the property.
A new centre of gravity on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, Rosewood Hong Kong’s numerous bars and restaurants will create a vibrant gastronomic hub, showcasing unique concepts which convey Rosewood’s signature, innovative approach to intimate, casual and lively dining.
DarkSide is a sophisticated, timeless celebration of rare aged spirits, vintage cigars and confident classic cocktails complemented by sultry live jazz. Our dark spirits selection spans back to the early 19th century and includes exclusive casks of single-harvest tawny port from 1969 and Grande Champagne cognac aged in oak, as well as an extensive library of choice rum, whisky and calvados. The concise cocktail list pays homage to Kowloon’s “Dark Side” moniker and focuses on time-honoured traditions updated with innovative technique
Holt’s Café provides an upscale and contemporary take on Hong Kong’s traditional Cha Chaan Teng culture with homey, comforting local and international cuisine in a stylish parlour as well as a traditional high-end tea retail in Tea Conservatory.
The Butterfly Room
The Butterfly Room is an elegant all-day lounge versatile for everything from a simple continental breakfast and mid-day coffee to luxurious afternoon tea and dignified pre-dinner drinks. Afternoon tea is a glamorous and modern progression of refined savoury bites, sandwiches and warm scones followed by artful pastries and delicate confections.
The Legacy House
The Legacy House honours the Cheng family heritage and pays homage to patriarch Dr. Cheng Yu-Tung. Stunning views from the Chinese restaurant overlook Victoria Dockside, the premiere property the businessman first developed in the 1970s before its current iteration reimagined by his grandchildren. The seven private dining rooms are named for landmarks in Dr. Cheng’s life, including the founding of New World Company and acceptance of his Grand Bauhinia Medal.
The first urban outpost of Asaya signature integrative wellness, Asaya means “setting an intention or hope” [to propel self-change and transformation] in Sanskrit and approaches complete wellness for the mind, body and inner self. Asaya’s beautifully landscaped, verdant spaces encourage journeys of quiet contemplation, with the 25-metre-long outdoor swimming pool enjoying luminous, panoramic views overlooking the glittering harbour. Integrative progammes allow guests to develop their current state of being, with elevated wellness gastronomy, specialty Wellness Suites, the Asaya Social Suite which accommodates multiple guests, and spacious fitness facilities outfitted with the latest state-of-the-art equipment. In addition to a nail boudoir, Asaya Hong Kong will showcase a unique lifestyle retail concept.
Whether you’re kick-starting the day with a few vigorous laps or soaking up some rays of an afternoon, our 25-metre-long outdoor Hong Kong infinity pool will serve you well. Set on the sixth floor, the spacious, landscaped deck promises glittering, serene views of Victoria Harbour, while our friendly associates are on hand to serve delectable snacks, drinks and tempting edible delights poolside.
From state-of-the-art equipment to personal coaches, harbour views and dedicated spaces for yoga and meditation, our 260 Sq. M (2,798 Sq. F) fitness centre is much more than just a gym. Let our expert team assist you in your unique wellness journey, and enable us to help you reach your health and fitness goals with personalised programmes.