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The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong in Hong Kong, China
The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong is situated in Central; the territory's most prestigious business and retail address. Rooms boast of stunning views; either of the famous Victoria Harbor; or historic Statue Square and the verdant Peak just beyond the skyline.
“Horse Galloping Across the Sky,” a stunning masterpiece by Chinese artist Yuanming He provides the first clue to those meandering through our ground floor entrance that a dynamic environment buzzes and hums above in our luxury hotel located in the acclaimed International Commerce Centre. There, on the top floors of the building known as “The Dragon Tail” for its scale-like, overlapping shingle fašade, guests sip Afternoon Tea in The Lounge and Bar, dance to thumping music mixed by local DJs at OZONE, savour refined Cantonese and Italian cuisines in our celebrated restaurants, relax in The Ritz-Carlton Spa«by ESPA, rated a “Five-Star Spa” by Forbes Travel Guide 2014, and return to their opulent guest rooms to reflect on their days spent exploring. From above, guests can survey the magnificent vista unseen by those staying in any other luxury hotels in Hong Kong, and realise that The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong is a place unlike any other.
Location of The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Nearest Airport: HKG
Amenities for The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
- General Information
- 201 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Meeting Rooms
Reviews for The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
I stayed there during the Christmas period. I stayed at their corner harbour view room and the view was just stunning. The overall staff experience was nice even though we had a little problem with the speaker in the room also the housekeeping staff which took more than 30 minutes to give me a phone charger. However, view there is just worthless.
WilliamC_WC - Hong Kong, China
This is the first time I'm posting anything on TripAdvisor, and because the Ritz-Carlton asked me to do so, I figured I would oblige them. Everything about my three nights at the Ritz-Carlton in Hong Kong (on the Kowloon side) was pretty near perfect. The check-in was fast and the two people to whom I spoke were courteous and friendly. I asked if it were possible to have a room overlooking Victoria Harbor, and they granted me that request; it was, by far, the nicest view I've ever had at a hotel stay. Though I was traveling for pleasure, I had to connect to my work systems via the room Wi-Fi with my laptop, and the speed and signal strength were first-rate. I'd just come from high-end hotels in Beijing and Shanghai, and their Wi-Fi wasn't nearly as strong as the Ritz-Carlton's. Most people might just need signal for web browsing, but for those business travelers requiring more powerful Internet access, you certainly got it here. I didn't get to partake in any of the hotel's restaurants because I had reservations at other places, but I did get to try Ozone Bar on the 118th FL, supposedly the highest bar in a man-made structure in the world, and those views were breathtaking. Even taking the dedicated elevator banks from the lower levels to the 102nd FL where reception is wasn't a problem; there was never a long wait, and the ride takes maybe 65 seconds. Maybe I should've mentioned it to the front desk, but if I had one criticism, it's that a couple of television channels had poor signal; the picture would pixelate and the sound would crackle every couple of minutes for over an hour at times. Also, the faucet fixtures could've used a little tightening; the bases would rotate slightly as I turned on and off the water. Neither of these proved a big deal, at all. The location of the hotel is perfect; I took the express train from the airport, and the Kowloon station is only two stops away. I was able to get to the hotel from the train station without having to go outside; I had a pleasant walk through the high-end shopping mall to get to the hotel. I totally recommend the Ritz-Carlton for anyone visiting Hong Kong.
Solo_Food_Travel_71 - New York City, New York
I would award even more than 5 stars to the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, if possible. The hotel exceeded all our expectations in every aspect. Our stay began with a surprise Happy Birthday banner and balloons adorning the floor to ceiling window displaying the most breathtaking view of the Harbor, from 116 floors up. The suite was exquisite, and one of the bathrooms offered the same view (when desired). There was plenty of storage, work-space, lighting, and all else to make the rooms functional, and then there was the quality of materials, furniture, and design, that set the suite apart. For a child, there were smaller slippers, a welcoming rubber ducky, and her own daily set of pink towels, details that enhanced the experience. The building is very solid, so even at that height, there was never outside wind sound, nor was there any interior noise. The elevator ride was very sooth and extraordinarily swift. Service was exemplary, from the Concierge to Housekeeping, to the staff who kept wishing me a Happy Birthday throughout our stay. Breakfast was a reason in itself to book the Ritz: the buffet offered everything imaginable from nearly everywhere imaginable, and the quality was superb. There were not just omelet and waffle chefs, but also those who customized dumpling and noodle soups. The two-starred Michelin restaurant, Tin Lung Heen, served a terrific dinner. We planned each day of our trip with logistical help from the Concierge, and each night we returned to the most amazing view and accommodation; we had a perfect visit at The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, and are most anxious to return.
LA1289 - Los Angeles, California
Having stayed here a few times before, I knew what to expect. Impeccable service, amazing rooms, friendly staff. This hotel deserves more than a 5 star rating. Special mention to Fim from the Guest Relations team. Fim went above and beyond making our stay extra special and birthdays memorable. I cannot thank him enough! We will be back!
This hotel is currently the tallest building in Hong Kong with a great view of the harbor. The actual hotel starts on the 103rd floor which is where the lobby is. There is an express elevator from the ground floor to get you there. Our very nice room was on the 124th floor. Accessible from the ground floor is Elements, a very exclusive, expensive mall (think Chanel, Gucci, Tiffanys, etc.). There are also a number of restaurants in this mall. which you might want to take advantage of since the ones in the Ritz are extremely expensive. For lunch my hubby ordered a hamburger which was $40 and entirely too big to finish. Our room included a nice buffet breakfast. The service is outstanding in the hotel with hostesses always around to answer questions or give you any help you need. The location of the hotel can be problematic at rush hour as it is somewhat off the beaten track and there was a lot of construction around. The doormen are very helpful in assisting with taxis and language issues.
msdillo - Northern Virginia, Virginia