- The Ritz-Carlton is an uber luxe hotel – one of the highest hotels in the world and offers sweeping views of the famed Hong Kong skyline.
- Some of the best epicurean venues in the city, all with spectacular view overlooking Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline.
- Dining including the two Michelin-starred Tin Lung Heen, featuring Cantonese cuisine, and the Michelin-starred Tosca Italian restaurant
- Ozone rooftop lounge with sweeping views over the city, Asian tapas, creative cocktails, Sunday brunch and dance parties featuring popular DJs
- 116th-floor spa with water and skyline views and treatments employing advanced skincare technology alongside traditional massage techniques
- Indoor infinity pool with a mirrored ceiling and LED wall display
- 17,000 square feet of meeting and event space including a large ballroom and foyer, a rooftop lounge and Sky100, located three levels down in the ICC
- Spacious guest rooms, one- and two-bedrooms suites and Club Level accommodations, all with different views of the city or water.
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- 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.
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The Hong Kong peninsula is nothing short of foodie paradise. Walk the city’s energetic streets, and you’ll find locals eating pretty much any time of day (and night, for that matter). To get a true taste of the city, experience both the old-school authentic institutions — which serve chewy noodles, piping hot buns and towers of delicious dim sum — and the new guard of restaurants, which are defining the future of Hong Kong cuisine. Along the way, sip plenty of sophisticated creations from the city’s white-hot cocktail scene.
There’s far more to Hong Kong than the five-star dining and luxe shopping that the city is known for. Rich in history and tradition, it’s also home to a burgeoning cultural renaissance, as a new wave of artists, musicians and entrepreneurs infuse the city with a vibrant energy. Explore the galleries, museums and spiritual sites that call the region home.
The Hong Kong Cultural Centre is a multipurpose performance centre, it is a prime venue for varieties of cultural activities such as art show, convention, and musical performance. 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon.
This new multi-billion HK dollar cultural development located at the harbor-front offers art, education and public space over a 40-hectare area. The district is comprised of a number of indoor and outdoor attractions with the iconic Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong skyline providing a dramatic backdrop.
10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Space Museum is a museum of astronomy and space science located in Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. If you and your child are interested in astronomy and space science, pay a visit to the city’s planetarium located in the unique egg-shaped domed building.
Madame Tussauds is located in the peak tower; it is an ultimate celebrity experience where the world’s most famous wax figures can be found.
The Hong Kong Heritage Museum is divided into 12 exhibition galleries; the most famous exhibition is “The Bruce Lee: Kung Fu – Art – Life”.
Promenade, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. The Avenue of Star is a place to celebrate the effort of Hong Kong Movie Industry; it is also one of the most popular tourist attractions in Hong Kong. The Avenue of Star opens to the public, you can enjoy the stunning Victoria Harbour view and capture “The Pearl of the Orient”.
Tsim Sha Tsui/Kowloon Ferry area. Acqua Luna is a traditional hand-crafted vessel operates on the Victoria Harbour. You may experience the stunning views of the Victoria Harbour on the open Aqua Luna Harbour Cruise.
Lan Kwai Fong, Central. Lan Kwai Fong is one of the must go places to experience the local dining and entertainment culture in Hong Kong. It is also a place where many locals will go for after work drinks, dinner with friends and a great place to experience the night life of Hong Kong.
Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, Outlying Island. Ngong Ping 360 is a 25 minutes cable car ride trip from Tung Chung. It provides an amazing views of Hong Kong, As you step out of the cable car, you will be greeted by the culturally themed 1.5-hectare Ngong Ping Village, where a wide array of shops and eateries in Ngong Ping Village offer a delightful shopping and dining experience.
PMQ was formerly a Hollywood Road Police Married Quarters, it was included as one of the eight projects to be preserved under “Conserving Central” in 2009. After the refurbishment and upgrade, PMQ converted into design studios, shops, restaurants and night market, opens to the public and promote the local design industry.
Developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties, sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is located on the 100th floor of International Commerce Centre, the tallest building in Hong Kong. With breath-taking 360-degree views of Hong Kong’s world-renowned skyline as well as features on Hong Kong’s culture and its unique story via fascinating multimedia exhibits and regular festive campaigns, sky100 has delighted visitors from over 60 countries worldwide and is a must-see attraction in Hong Kong. Café 100 by The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong is the first café located inside an observation deck that is operated by The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong. It offers simple yet delectable menu, allowing guests to have a remarkable new sky-high dining experience at 393 meters above sea level.
Albany Road, Central, Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens is located on the northern slope of Victoria Peak, it is one of the oldest zoological and botanical gardens in the world.
Mid Levels, Hong Kong. The Peak is the most fancy, amazing highlight of Hong Kong. Is one of the must go places when you visit Hong Kong. The Peak Tower has the most dramatic views of the Hong Kong city skyline, you may also enjoy the view of The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong which is located in the ICC building, the 8th tallest building in the world.
Po Lin Monastery, Ngong Ping, Lantau Island. The Big Buddha is the world biggest Buddha. And it is one of the landmarks in Hong Kong; many travellers and tourists visit the Big Buddha every year.
The Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is a place where locals and and villagers would toss paper into the tree branches for good fortune. The higher the branch the paper landed, the more likely your wish will come true. It is a residential area with more than 700 years of history and Tin Hau Temple is a place where local culture and heritage can be experienced.
The Ritz-Carlton once held the title of the highest hotel in the world. It offers a stupendous panorama of Hong Kong island, Kowloon and the loop of the harbour that separates the two. You won’t see as astonishing a vista as this anywhere else in Hong Kong. The hotel’s reception is on the 103rd floor of the International Commerce Centre, the tallest building in Hong Kong. It’s directly above Kowloon MTR station, which means it’s about 20 minutes to the airport on the Airport Express and five minutes to Hong Kong island on the Tung Chung Line. To get to the station, however, you have to walk through Elements, one of the most confusing of Hong Kong’s many shopping malls.
This is not the sort of place you pop into on a whim so it doesn’t have the same casually buzzing atmosphere as some of Hong Kong’s other luxury hotels. The lobby is for checking-in and out, and there’s not much loitering (gobsmacked tourists, understandably, are not encouraged but the hotel runs tours for guests). The corridors, scented with a bespoke fragrance called Black Orchid, feel quietly plush; all the crystal and glittering opulence are on display in the public areas. The less frenetic pace is rather pleasant. The hotel’s height means all its facilities are mind-boggling: there’s an indoor infinity pool and an outdoor whirlpool on the 118th floor. The spa, on the same level, styles itself as a cocoon in the clouds. During spring fogs, you’ll feel cut off from the universe.
Gaspworthy. This is probably one of the few hotels in the world where you walk over to your window, then take a stunned step back. There are padded seats along the ledge so you can sit and (try to) take it in. The spacious rooms come in 13 categories, depending on aspect and Club-floor access but even the basic level of luxury – like the view – is exceptionally high. All rooms have Nespresso machines, Asprey amenities, baths and separate showers.
Grand Victoria Harbour Room
The Grand Victoria Harbour Room features spectacular view of Victoria Harbour and skyline of Hong Kong Island. The spacious room offers contemporary interiors and complimentary high-speed internet access.
Grand SeaView Room
The spacious Grand SeaView Room features contemporary interiors and large windows with harbour views of China Sea. Complimentary high-speed internet access is available.
Deluxe Victoria Harbour Room
Featuring complimentary high-speed internet access and contemporary interiors, the spacious Deluxe Victoria Harbour Room features spectacular views of Victoria Harbour and skyline of Hong Kong Island.
Deluxe SeaView Room
The spacious Deluxe SeaView Room features views of the magnificent vistas of South China Sea and skyline Kowloon. Offering luxurious room amenities, 24-hour Club Lounge access and complimentary high- speed internet access.
The Deluxe Room features city views through the floor-to-ceiling windows, offering luxurious room amenities, complimentary high-speed internet access and contemporary interiors.
Club Grand Victoria Harbour Room
The Club Grand Victoria Harbour Room features views of the panoramic vistas across Victoria Harbour and skyline of the Hong Kong Island. Offer contemporary interiors and complimentary high-speed internet access.
Club Deluxe Victoria Harbour Room
Offering spectacular views of the Victoria Harbour and skyline of Hong Kong Island, the spacious Club Deluxe Victoria Harbour Room features 24-hour Club Lounge access, complimentary high-speed internet access and six food and beverage presentations daily.
Club Grand SeaView Room
The spacious Club Grand SeaView Room offers spectacular views of the panoramic vistas across South China Sea and skyline of Kwoloon. Featuring 24-hour Club Lounge access, luxurious room amenities, complimentary high-speed internet access and six food and beverage presentations daily.
Club Deluxe SeaView Room
Featuring spectacular views of South China Sea and skyline of Kwoloon, the Club Deluxe SeaView Room features 24-hour Club Lounge access, complimentary high-speed internet access, luxurious room amenities and six extraordinary food and beverage presentations daily.
Club Deluxe Room
The spacious Club Deluxe Room features sweeping city views through floor-to-ceiling windows, offering luxurious room amenities, 24-hour Club Lounge access and complimentary high-speed internet access.
Ritz-Carlton Suite-Victoria Harbour
The luxurious Ritz-Carlton Suite-Victoria Harbour offers 270 degree panoramic view of the scenic vistas across Victoria Harbour and skyline of Hong Kong Island. Featuring exclusive Personalized benefits and services such as the meet and greet service at the airport, massage for two at the Ritz-Carlton spa and exclusive access to personal shopping experience.
Carlton Suite-Victoria Harbour
The luxurious Carlton Suite-Victoria Harbour offers 180 degree panoramic view of the Victoria Harbour and skyline of Hong Kong Island. Featuring spacious layout, luxurious room amenities, complimentary high-speed internet access and 24 hour Club Lounge access.
Premier Executive Suite-Victoria Harbour
The Premier Executive Suite-Victoria Harbour offers scenic vistas across the Victoria Harbour and skyline of Hong Kong Island. Featuring spacious room layout, luxurious room amenities, complimentary high-speed internet access and 24 hour Club Lounge access.
Deluxe Victoria Harbour Suite
The Deluxe Victoria Harbour Suite offers scenic vistas across the Victoria Harbour and skyline of Hong Kong Island. Featuring spacious room layout, luxurious room amenities, complimentary high-speed internet access and 24 hour Club Lounge access.
The Deluxe Suite offers spectacular city views through floor-to-ceiling windows. Featuring a spacious living room and work area, luxurious room amenities, complimentary high-speed internet access and magnificent marble baths.
Set on the upper floors of the ICC, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong presents elegant dining in beautifully designed spaces. The futuristic bar set on the top floor and the Michelin-starred Tin Lung Heen and Tosca Italian restaurants all overlook Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline. If you’re planning to stay, make restaurant reservations ahead of time as the outlets are popular with locals as well as guests. Tin Lung Heen, the Chinese restaurant, has two Michelin stars and Tosca, the Italian restaurant, has one. Ozone on the 118th floor, the world’s highest bar, is utterly stunning. It has tapas, sushi and live music (also a dress code after 9pm). If you fancy something more cosy – and exclusive – you can try Almas Caviar Bar, which seats seven. Café 103 has lunch and dinner buffets, plus a daily chocolate afternoon tea and The Lounge & Bar, which has a fire in the winter and lovely window seats, offers all-day dining.
This Michelin-starred restaurant was inspired by the beloved opera and features inventive Italian cuisine, Victoria Harbour views and an open kitchen. Private diningis also offered.
Tin Lung Heen
Authentic Cantonese cuisine with a focus on Dim Sum is offered at this two Michelin-starred restaurant. The elegant setting includes a private dining room for business events and celebrations.
The world’s highest bar offers a sleek, modern setting with live music, DJs, creative cocktails, sushi, tapas and a Sunday brunch. Private dining is available for special events.
Located on the hotel’s 103rd floor, this aptly named café features an elegant setting for the signature Afternoon Tea. Lunch and dinner buffets feature international delicacies.
The Lounge & Bar
This all-day dining venue offers a spectacular view of Hong Kong morning and night. An a la carte menu, organic salad bar, Afternoon Tea and cocktails are offered.
Almas Caviar Bar
The world’s finest caviars and the famous Balik salmon fillet are presented with champagnes and vodkas. Ideal for a pre- or post-dinner outing.
The hotel’s height means all its facilities are mind-boggling: there’s an indoor infinity pool and an outdoor whirlpool on the 118th floor. The spa, on the same level, styles itself as a cocoon in the clouds.
Located on the 116th floor of the hotel and overlooking Victoria Harbour, The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Hong Kong redefines luxury and indulgence in a truly serene setting. Featuring nine lavish treatment rooms, including two couples spa suites, this idyllic Hong Kong spa is an elevated getaway from the busy world below, a retreat that appeals to anyone with a need for highly-crafted pampering. Open your eyes and mind to a breathtaking horizonless view from our on-site fitness center or indoor infinity swimming pool. Indulge in a soothing signature treatment or celebrate a wedding anniversary or honeymoon with a romantic spa getaway in the private couples’ spa suite. At The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Hong Kong, discover serenity in the sky, where having your head in the clouds is a desired state.
The Ritz-Carlton Spa fitness studio located on the 118th floor provides luxurious wellness environment and five-star standard of service with extensive range of Technogym equipment including Kinesis One and the latest cardiovascular equipment.